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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan - Study Guide Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 6, Becoming A Hunter Summary & Analysis

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On June 23, 1961, the two meet again and Don Juan states that he feels Castaneda has not changed at all. Castaneda assures that although he finds the changes Don Juan suggests contrary to his way of thinking, he still wants to learn about plants and again, requests to be taught about peyote. Don Juan states that "intentions are not enough." and that to know about "Mescalito" is serious business. He gives Castaneda the strange task of rolling around on the floor of his porch until he finds a "beneficial place or spot." Castaneda falls asleep on a spot on the floor where he "detected a change of coloration on the uniformly dark dirt floor..."

The next morning they go into the desert. Don Juan explains the importance of finding a...

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