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The Eagle's Gift Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, The Art of Dreaming, Chapter 8, The Right and the Left Side Awareness Summary

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Part 2, The Art of Dreaming, Chapter 8, The Right and the Left Side Awareness Summary and Analysis

Carlos and la Gorda try dream together again, spontaneously entering their "dreaming bodies," and finding themselves in a world of yellow sandstone and oppressive yellowish fog, hovering and easily fatigued. They collapse into the dreaming position and awaken where they begin, with identical memories. They have been in the "no-man's land" between worlds, between parallel lines, crossing over in their whole bodies through dreaming. Carlos has previously been there only under Don Juan's guidance and chalked it up to the effects of hallucinogenic plants. La Gorda vaguely recalls Silvio taking the Nagual woman, Carlos, and herself there while not dreaming.

Carlos recalls a visit to "limbo" that Don Juan allows when Carlos somehow enters the special "left left side." Silvio sends...

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