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 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. The original holders of this secret knowledge, the Chichimeca, 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 the capacity to influence matter. In this extraordinary work, Sergio shares the wisdom and practices that inspired Carlos Castaneda to write about nahual and tonal reality, and explains the deep power of dreaming, altered states of perception, and expanded consciousness that will enable you to:
• become lucid in your dreams
• heal and rejuvenate your body and send healing to others while in the dreaming state
• communicate with your ancestors
• develop different types of perception to see energy and altered reality
• use the mysterious obsidian mirror for cleansing and healing yourself and others
• see your teyolia, or path of the soul, to learn who you were in past lives and release parts of yourself that are trapped in old experiences.
Excerpt from the book:
“Nahualism: The Ancient Knowledge of Dreams
To understand what nahualism is we must first understand what the word nahual means. It comes from the Náhuatl language and refers to an ancient body of knowledge that according to oral tradition originated with the Olmecs, the Chichimecas and the Teotihuacans. It was then continued by the Xochicalcas and passed to the Toltecs, before finally reaching the Aztecs and their main indigenous group, the Mexihcas.1 The Mexihca culture originally developed in the United States of America, in what is now known as Utah. Its mother tongue was the Yutuazteca language. It then spread down the southeast of Mexico to the state of Veracruz. It was here that the first settlements gave rise to the Olmec tradition, and from here it spread to the centre of Mexico, a process that took thousands of years and resulted in what is currently known as Mexihcayotl or Toltecayotl, that is, the Mexihca or Toltec essence or energy, which is present in all of us who follow the ancient tradition of Mexico today. The etymological composition of Náhuatl hides a great part of the cosmology and mysteries of ancient Mexico. The words describe the creation process, the mathematical order of creation and the relationship between humanity and the cosmos, not only on a physical level but on an energetic level, too. Consequently, thanks to oral tradition and to the words mah toteotahtzin mitzmopieli, the story of our venerable Earth, we have been able to bring to life what was believed to be lost, destroyed by the conquest and by the passage of time: the real treasure of Mexico — its knowledge.