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Las valkirias by Paulo Coelho Goodreads Author. La batalla por el valquiriqs se libra en el interior de cada uno: Una novela protagonizada por el propio Coelho. Paperbackpages. Published August by Buenos Aires: Grijalbo first published Mojave Desert United States.
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See 2 questions about Las valkirias…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This book was more journey than I had thought it would be. It was a personal story of the author and his wife and sometimes I felt uncomfortable by how much was shared. But I also learned more about spiritual quests and how far people can take them. It is like anything else in that it is whatever you want to make it. The story was inspiring for that quest.
Some of it was hard to imagine such as the motorcycle group of women touring the US with an intense quest for passing along spiritual knowled This book was more journey than I had thought it would be. Some of it was hard to imagine such as the motorcycle group of women touring the US with an intense quest for passing along spiritual knowledge and bonking any man that happens to come along during the process. I love Coelho’s books and I loved this one, it is certainly not one that I would recommend to anyone though.
It is one that I would recommend selectively. I loved ‘Veronica Decide to die’ the most among the books of Coelho, Alchemist to some extent but I did not find it a realistic book, Eleven minuets I loved-it has well pitched to earthy realities. Valkyries, is well written but it was not my cup of tea. I believe that is for a different group of readers. And I do not criticize the book, it was just I did not like it but it well written and demonstrates the extraordinary story telling skills of the author.
I rated this book with four stars at start, then I thought about and change it to three. I’m not sure, I don’t know how I feel about this book. Just as they say it’s a biography of the author with a little bit of fictitious events, so that’s why it’s different. It’s different when you read fiction, because your are prepared for all sort of supernatural and occult events. It’s easy to accept them given the account that they are fabricated, that they are suppose to be the way they are and tha I rated this book with four stars at start, then I thought about and change it to three.
It’s easy to accept them given the account that they are fabricated, that they are suppose to be the way they are and that there is no limitation to one’s imaginations. But when it comes to biographies and REAL life experiences, so it become hard to accept such occult abstractions, more less the events.
But I liked the book, for it’s simplicity. Paulo Coelho knows how to express all those weird ideas in simple terms, also to make the simple actions and behaviors notable.
It doesn’t need much effort to understand what he try to convey. Half of our relationship problem arises from this, because we fail to distinguish between love and infatuation. Besides He mentioned angels. I’ve always taken all his accounts about magic and angels metaphorically. We call it intuition. Replace them with terms like instincts, sixth sense, divination, revelation etc. He called them angels and I understand but I never thought about their corporeal existence and I’m not sure if he meant exactly when talking about their appearances and that’s the problem, because you never know to take it literally or metaphorically.
I’m curious about the Valkyries, if they really exist. I’m intrigue if there are still those sort of people seeking those sort of magic. I’m unable to comprehend how a person leave everything behind in search for the unknown. He talk about following you dreams, but I don’t know what that dream is and how are you suppose to find it.
He talk about new world and I’m curious what changes it may bring. He talk about the conspiracy and the occult traditions and I’m curious if it really work the way he showed. I liked the concept of second mind, The convenience behind small difficulties, and the message about forgiving ourselves and our past and believing in our future. I had difficulties accepting the events but I liked the message and I think that’s what actually matters.
Valuqirias thing I like most about Coelho books is ‘The Quotes’. I picked up ‘The Valkyries’ by Paulo Coelho for two reasons: The book takes you on a spiritual journey with Paulo and his wife Chris in which they try to talk to and see kas guardian angel.
All the events are depicted as true except for one or two minor areas I picked up ‘The Valkyries’ by Paulo Coelho for two reasons: All the events are depicted as true except for one or two minor areas, but honestly I found it a little hard to believe. They had seen the same mountains, and the same trees, although each of them had seem them differently. She knew als weaknesses, his moments of hatred, of despair.
Yet she was there at his side. They shared the same universe. I liked it and got some good lessons from it e. But other than that I was not very impressed with it. The valyries, vapquirias are a bunch of women on motorbikes that believe their valquiruas in the world coelhl to spread the message of love and peace, were my least favourite characters, especially the oldest named ‘Valhalla’ and I found them to be a bit weird. Their rituals and chants were also highly irritating.
I’ve seen my dreams fall apart just when I seemed to achieve them. I coflho thought that was just the way pauulo was. My life and everybody else’s. What kept me going was the anxiety to know whether or not they actually see their angels. Perhaps yes, if you’re interested in magic, spirituality and the prospect of getting to valquiriaas your guardian angel.
I wasn’t bored or anything of that sort, so it wouldn’t hurt to try it out. And I would still like to try out more of Paulo’s books to come to a conclusion as to whether or not I’m a fan.
View all 3 comments. Why we tend to destroy everyting that we love? How to get rid of the voice that keeps us to conquer mountains? It was easy reading, but also little interesting journey. It brought my attention back to some core problems that should be handled every once in a while.
I gave up on this book too many times, thinking that it’s a non sense novel. But during my life I gave up on many things as well, but I sat up a challenge to finish this one, not because I wanted to know the ending or to fulfill my curiosity, but for the sake of finishing the book itself, because I have learned that unfinished business might haunt you.
And so I have finished this one, till the last word. Everything made sense to me, I was stupid, prejudice controlled me and I regretted th I gave up on this book too many times, thinking that it’s a non sense novel.
Everything made sense to me, I was stupid, prejudice controlled me and I regretted that. I valqirias enjoyed the ending To destroy what you love the most in order to find your path??
And this is a pure paradox I liked it, because it’s worth it “when god lzs to drive a person insane, he grants that person’s every wish”.
You really have to look into this with an open mind. Honestly, I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into when I picked up this book. I absolutely love The Alchemist, it’s safe to say that this is not similar in most aspects. I do think there are some elements of the story that we can draw from, there’s a lot of beliefs that need to suspended to draw from it. I really do enjoy this book. I didn’t really mind the book but I didn’t understand the whole point of it.