For example, the official history claims that Templo Mayor in Tenochtitlan was built between the 1300s and 1400s by the Mexihcas, but according to oral tradition this temple was previously occupied by 19 other groups. Quite frankly I'm pissed i wasted the money. Basically, I recommend judging for yourself. Many years later, having written books and initiated many people into the traditions of ancient Mexico, I started to take groups of foreigners on journeys of initiation into the Toltec and Mexihca wisdom. In this book, red eyes are consider positive. And once again, as in the conquest of Mexico, the Christian God triumphed over the ancient tradition of nahualism and the power of dreams. I can't say any of it is easy.
But with this new sun, there is another way opening up: you can learn from books that will allow you to start practicing. Chicoacen : Temixoch: blossom dreams -- 7. For three years I saw my mother crying on that day and I always thought she was deeply moved by the ceremonies we were performing at the site of the Aztecs' main temple, the Templo Mayor. He provides a rich, deep, intact description of the practices of dream mastery which is, in fact, life mastery. Once in a lifetime, an inspiring book crosses your path and challenges all your beliefs about the real world. So, this book isn't just a read once and give away book. I am really fortunate to have been instructed in this lineage.
And to top it all of Sergio Magana finishes with obsidian mirror work. This book focused on the shamanic aspects, learning to travel the dream realms. The real life stories of miracles of manifestation will inspire you to try the exercises, and keep using them. I've read enough on dreaming and practiced my own dream work long enough to relate quickly with much of what was related. The Mexihcas completed the sacred count of 20 when Tenochtitlan was destroyed by Spaniards. In this remarkable book, the renowned Mexican healer Sergio Magaña reveals the fascinating secrets of the ancient Toltec tradition. Closed to outsiders until now, this rich spiritual tradition is over 5,000 years old.
Highly recommended for lucid dream study and practice. I struggle with this book. On that day the seed that would be planted at new year, 12 March, would be presented to the flowers, directions, heavens and Earth in a ceremony. Step by step Sergio is guiding the readers through the fascinating world of the ancient Toltecs, explaining why dreams, in general, played such an important role. When this energy body is formed, we reach the state that in Náhuatl is known as temixoch, that is, a blossom dream, a lucid dream, controlled at will.
Sacred plants such as peyote were also named mescal and were considered the supreme allies for changing consciousness. I have read many books on dreaming, the occult, spirituality, manifestation, etc. I struggle with this book. When we go to sleep, the tonal and the nahual come together, forming a unique energy body. Everything is designed to assist your dreams to become lucid, and for you to have more control over them, which automatically provides control over your waking reality and ability to manifest your dreams. This was not only of agricultural but also spiritual significance: it meant the seed of a new life. Sergio Magana shares in detail things I only ever learned from other teachers in skeletal form, all with a generosity and profound respect for his lineage.
Mahcuilli : Mexicatzin: the venerable Mexhicas -- 6. Sergio Magaña's dreaming teacher predicted that, after the eclipse on July 11, 2010, Sergio would be one of the spokespeople to carry the teachings of this rich spiritual tradition, which has been closed to outsiders until now. I would like to give this book 10 stars and I encourage anyone who is truly interested in this material and is practicing it to attend a workshop by Sergio to learn from him in person. In her dream, she saw the outgoing president handing the sash of office to his brother Maximino, who left in great joy, but both of them were dressed in black and Maximino left in the direction of the dead. A malleable gum was extracted from the tree, so tolli meant flexibility of movement — the only reality for ancient Mexicans. The first half fascinated me, especially the oral history that was passed on, especially of the incidents in and around Mexico city. It had the advantage, however, of being able to be exercised at will.
Two weeks later he died in very strange circumstances and my grandmother was overcome with guilt. She swore never to use prophetic dreams or the Spanish cards again and turned to the Catholic faith for comfort. Reading with more flexibility than the text may state in itself, will offer a richer experience. As someone in the Pacific Northwest, I relate to a different topography of animals and natural landscapes. We can also learn to recognise dreams sown long ago, that do not serve us and how to negate them. Closed to outsiders until now, this rich spiritual tradition is over 5,000 years old.
I previously taught others to do the same. An ancient culture that appeared soon after the moon lineages was the Toltec in the years around 1000 ad. I'm always squinting because of the sun. To view it, Not What I expected, I'm a Don Miguel Ruiz avid reader , the author Sergio is more focused about his personal life experience surrounding the Toltec Knowledge and Magic I stopped reading this book which I normally dislike on doing that, Anyone with interest on this topic Will find it very useful, he explains the importance and meaning of the dreams. Sergio speaks from a place of practical knowledge from the Toltec lineage that you can use. Although I did not follow the technique to the T, I found results still occured. Even looking up at the sky on a winter day with no sun would hurt my eyes.