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The Fire from Within Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, The Glow of Awareness and Chapter 5: The First Attention Summary

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Chapter 4, The Glow of Awareness and Chapter 5: The First Attention Summary

Don Juan makes the narrator, who is at don Genaro's house with his two mentors, change awareness. Don Genaro laughs at the difference in the narrator's standards in the right and left side, such as the fact that though both sides respect and admire don Juan, his left side is terrified of Silvio Manuel. The narrator, influenced by suspicion, believes that don Juan and don Genaro are holding something back from him. Don Juan explains that the deepest learning takes place during the transition period. As don Genaro sleeps, don Juan explains a number of terms to explain the second truth about awareness and seeing. He also explains how seers see the Eagle's emanations before the narrator falls asleep. Don Genaro, who don Juan says is a doer who...

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