The Power of Silence: Further Lessons of Don Juan - Chapter 6: Handling Intent (Intending Apperances) Summary & Analysis

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Don Juan tells Carlos not to write anything down about their experiences yet but to store information in his assemblage point, giving Carlos's recollections as examples. Intensity allows the sorcerers to recollect from his assemblage point, which is contained in the shine of the sorcerer's eyes. Using more energy than usual is intensity. Sorcerers use their intense experiences to stalk themselves. And they can combine the moods of stalking by intending these natural positions of the assemblage point. He returns to the subject of controlled folly, describing it as an art that is hard to learn. He goes on to describe the stalkers' classification of personalities - assistants, the self-centered, and the indifferent. The middle type are called "farts" of which don Juan and Carlos are members. He then reviews the basic cores - the manifestations of...

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