This application for the Parallel Perception Scholarship Program was submitted by Douglas. If you would like to vote for Douglas please leave a comment at the end of this blog post.
When I first saw the name ‘Lujan Matus’ my interest was instantly peaked. Who was this that had the audacity to use these names? Inside I hoped they were worthy.
Lujan, I knew was the name of that old Nagual. The one who was a seafarer from the orient. The one who received the gift of fifty positions of the assemblage point, and became fast friends with the tenant.
And of course, Matus. The name of my beloved Don Juan.
Skeptical and very curious I read through excerpts of The Art of Stalking Parallel Perception on amazon’s site, and discovered to my delight the signature of infinity on this work.
I am delighted that this man received these Names! Is there a finer gift? Zakai was right, I am amongst those drawn to the Nagual Lujan because of these gifts. Am I an old soul? I wonder.
I am delighted that this communication has pierced through the veil between the sacred and the profane, to where I am.
When I read the e-mail about the scholarship program my immediate reaction was elation. I could actually be close to the new Nagual! Maybe it was that I could be closer to those whom I am indebted to for changing the course of my life. I am not a groupie. My assemblage point has moved already because of this line. I know beyond the shadow of a doubt that there is more! How do you convey this to someone?
In reading The Art of Stalking Parallel Perception I have learned, or caught perhaps just a whisp of just how far away I am from being truly helpful. Part of the solution instead of perpetuating the problem for all of us. I am desperately caught between wanting to move forward and struggling against the weight of the anchor that i know could be easily thrown off with the correct something i cant yet define or become conscious of. Help!
Afraid to act, and afraid to not act. No one wants to be free.
This small literary work is a patchwork of threads taken from here and there that weave a raged burlap sack with frayed holes. I know that if i could spend time with Lujan I could learn to weave a beautiful tapestry with a single thread. Or perhaps to help others weave a powerful garment out of many opalecent threads as a gift to those to come.
I know this is not a bestowal, but a chance at a chance. Good luck to all those who seek this trophy!
If you would like to vote for Douglas please leave a comment at the end of this blog post.
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