The Power of Silence: Further Lessons of Don Juan - Chapter 3: The Trickery of the Spirit (The Four Moods of Stalking) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3: The Trickery of the Spirit (The Four Moods of Stalking) Summary and Analysis

Again, the four moods of stalking are ruthlessness, cunning, patient and sweetness. The chapter opens with Carlos reflecting on the story and the four moods. He has an experience of recollecting past experiences with don Juan that are indescribable. This form of memory is distinct from normal memory and involves moving the assemblage point. Carlos and don Juan leave don Juan's house in Sonora for Nogales, Arizona, where they begin to discuss the four moods. Don Juan takes Carlos to see two men in Nogales, Silvio Manuel and Vicente Medrano. They are both sorcerers as well. He insults Carlos to his friends and they tie him up in their yard. Carlos is furious and tries to get himself out of the...

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