The Power of Silence: Further Lessons of Don Juan - Chapter 6: Handling Intent (The Two One-Way Bridges) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6: Handling Intent (The Two One-Way Bridges) Summary and Analysis

Carlos is euphoric about his experience with divided reference points. Don Juan tells him that a warrior passes through four stages in his connection with intent. First, he has a rusty, weak link, then he cleans the link; next he learns to manipulate it, and finally he accepts the designs of the abstract. He emphasizes that learning to maintain the link is up to the spirit. He says that impeccability is not religious morality, but rather the best use of one's energy level.

Don Juan returns to telling the story of his stay with Julian. Other visitors came to stay with Julian, but don Juan thought he was superior to them. Julian and don Juan develop an odd relationship, where Julian appears to seek don Juan's trust but continues...

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