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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan - Study Guide Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 12, A Battle Of Power Summary & Analysis

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Don Juan and Castaneda drive to the mountains. Don Juan tells Castaneda to stick close and not take chances. They are going in search of power. Castaneda asks what specifically they will do. Don Juan explains there is no set plan, but he must be in a state of constant readiness. Power commands and obeys, Don Juan explains, adding, that a warrior stores power. Castaneda asks how power is stored. Don Juan says it is a personal thing. Castaneda cannot understand how power is stored through a feeling.

He alerts Castaneda to watch wind shifts and use him as a shield to protect himself. He gives Castaneda eight pieces of dry meat to hang from his neck as power food, explaining that it came from an animal...

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