The relationship between Matus and Castaneda is the guiding force in the story, each helping the other learn and grow in their understanding of themselves.
Part 1: Describe the relationship between Matus and Castaneda at the beginning of this book, before their work together begins.
Part 2: Compare and contrast the relationship between Matus and Castaneda from the beginning of the book to the end of the book. What changes?
Part 3: Why do you think Matus took Castaneda on as a student? What reasons might he have had outside of what he shared?
The idea of having good intentions is something that factors into each session Matus and Castaneda share.
Part 1: Compare the intentions for Matus and Castaneda for at least two sessions they share.
Part 2: Why is it important to have a strong intention for the work the two men are sharing?
Part 3: What do you think might have...
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