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The Toltec secret : dreaming practices of the ancient Mexicans

Author: Sergio Magaña
Publisher: Carlsbad, California : Hay House, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"When the phase of the Sixth Sun began, it was time for the ancient teachings of Mexico to be shared with the world. Sergio Magaña's dreaming teacher predicted that after the eclipse of July 11, 2010, Sergio would be one of the spokespeople to carry the teachings of the spiritual traditions, which has been closed to outsiders until now. The origional holders of this secret knowledge, the Chicameca, were considered  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sergio Magaña
ISBN: 1401947115 9781401947118
OCLC Number: 874970078
Description: xv, 189 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Foreword / Don José Osuna Expósito --
Introduction --
1. (Ce): my footprints on Earth --
2. (Ome): Nahualism: the ancient knowledge of dreams --
3. (Yei): Xochicoponi: blossoming --
4. (Nahui): Quetzaltzin: how to become a dreamer --
5. (Mahcuilli): Mexicatzin: the venerable Mexhicas --
6. (Chicoacen): Temixoch: blossom dreams --
7. (Chicome): Temictzacoalli: the pyramid of dreams --
8. (Chicuey): Tezcatlipoca: the smoking mirror --
9. (Chicnahui): The chac mool --
Glossary.
Responsibility: Sergio Magaña Ocelocoyotl.
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"When the phase of the Sixth Sun began, it was time for the ancient teachings of Mexico to be shared with the world. Sergio Magaña's dreaming teacher predicted that after the eclipse of July 11, 2010, Sergio would be one of the spokespeople to carry the teachings of the spiritual traditions, which has been closed to outsiders until now. The origional holders of this secret knowledge, the Chicameca, were considered to be masters, with a deep understanding of the dream state and a working knowledge of how our perceptions form our reality, as well as their capacity to influence matter."--Back cover.

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