The Eye of the Dragon | Book Signing | 10/20/2012

Next Saturday (10/20/2012) I will be signing copies of  The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda at Bookmans (6230 E. Speedway — Speedway Blvd. and N Wilmot Rd) from 12 noon to 2 pm. I’ll see you there!

Also at Bookmans (1930 E. Grant Rd) on November 3 from 1 pm to 3 pm. Welcome!

The Eye of the Dragon at Bookmans | And a Great Video

Katy

and Mariko at Bookmans, Tucson AZ (1930 E Grant Rd — Campbell and Grant)

And a great video by Bookmans, click the following link: 

Bookmans Does Banned Books

Bookmans is the largest used books retailer based in Arizona.

Prescott Az | Arts and Crafts Fair | Thumb Butte

My camp at Thumb Butte

Sunrise in the forest.

Shower room

This tree brought an owl to camp.

At the Arts and Crafts Fair

Courthouse Plaza

Setting up

Mark Nelson with his copy of The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda. Mark bought the book at the fair, and came back a week later to get three more copies for his friends. He said he liked it a lot. Mark played one of the characters in the film Beyond Lemuria Home

A Peace of the Universe | Scottsdale, AZ

A Peace of the Universe  A Peace of the Universe Spiritual Bookstore  is an independent metaphysical bookstore in Scottsdale AZ. Judith, the owner, is the possessor of kindness, and a being on a path with heart. If you ever find yourself in Scottsdale, please make sure you stop by and say hello. Don’t miss out; she has a hug for you. You don’t have to buy anything . . . but tell her I said hello!

Judith and The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda

A Peace of the Universe! A beautiful Store!   7000 E. Shea blvd.  Suite 1710 Scottsdale AZ 

Downtown Scottsdale

The Road to Ojai | Bart’s Bookstore | Guerrilla Marketing |

I went to Ojai, CA. The librarian told me that their budget has been reduced by 70% or so, they can’t purchase books; she said because of the economy. I told her that the economy was bad because of the “flag attack” wars, and I gave her an AE 9/11 Truth flyer. She was reluctant, but eventually accepted the flyer. There is an elephant in our living room as big as Building 7 was, but we don’t want to see it. 

The road to Ojai, CA

A Dam somewhere . . .

Bart’s bookstore is carrying The eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda at the moment. Interesting bookstore: most of it is outdoors, under awnings and arbors.

Bart’s

Inside

Great Selection! Make sure you stop by if you visit Ojai.

My guerrilla marketing is working in Santa Barbara’s streets, flyers work.

The Eye of the Dragon | Published!

Published!

The Eye of the Dragon, Stalking Castaneda has been published. 

“In The Eye of the Dragon, Stalking Castaneda the author has written an engaging metaphysical narrative about the work of Carlos Castaneda. He is telling his own adventures and experiences, and using these as metaphors for the actual teachings.
At the premise level, this book is focused on a fairly generic subject, but at the execution level this generic quality is lifted with a personal and unique narrative. This personal touch warms up the material and makes the work accessible to the reader. Guzman’s writing style is particularly engaging, and he has a wonderful cadence to his writing that grabs readers and holds their attention.
This is ninety percent episodic narrative and ten percent outright teaching.”—CreateSpace

Although the main subject of the book is shamanism, the author juxtaposes the teachings with other major philosophies to show how they all converge at one point: the eye of the dragon . . . and to expose humanity’s bane.

To order: The Eye of the Dragon

To Excerpts 

It is also selling through amazon.com at: The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda The “search inside the book” option is available now.

Also available at the Kindle library, and you can ask at your local library.

And Barnes and Noble  The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda

The Eye of the Dragon | A Vagabond in Mexico

I resigned my post. We run out of time you know, and there are things to be done. I will be finishing  “The Eye of the Dragon” and promoting the new edition of  A Vagabond in Mexico It will be fun! Everything is interconnected. I may be on the road again soon. Last trip? Maybe.  Mexico? Maybe. And dancing . We are here to break boundaries, aren’t we?   

The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

— From “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost


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