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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan - Part One, Stopping The World, Chapter 9, The Last Battle Of Earth Summary & Analysis

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On July 24, 1961 Don Juan and Castaneda roam the desert. Don Juan comments that Castaneda has learned much, but that he has not changed. He reiterates that it isn't enough to know how to make or set traps. One has to live like a hunter. The key is to want to change.

Castaneda explains that he is more aware of his actions. He is impressed by Don Juan's methodology, his character and the certainty of his mastery. He concedes that Don Juan does not demand anything of him. The Indian's persistence about change is more a suggestion. Don Juan ways do not strike as useful remedies for his life. To Castaneda, Don Juan's ways would make his life more difficult.

Don Juan hints about the importance...

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