Santiago and the dream about the egyptian pyramids in the alchemist by paulo coelho

Enjoyable and easy to read, this timeless fantasy validates the aspirations and dreams of youth. At the very end of the journey, why did the alchemist leave Santiago alone to complete it? Which payment represents false hope?

Amazingly, Coelho survived these horrific experiences. Paulo Coelho once said that alchemy is all about pursuing our spiritual quest in the physical world as it was given to us.

Do you agree or disagree? They are mere days away from the pyramids when a tribe of Arab soldiers captures them. The boy then encounters a wise alchemist who also teaches him to realize his true self.

The child then plays with the sheep, which causes him to tell the child to stop. Of course, ultimately it leads to the information that will send Santiago home to his treasure. An inordinately learned man, he lives at the oasis and can turn any metal into gold.

Some thieves see Santiago digging in the sand and think he is hiding something. The pyramids are veiled in mystery because of the incredible effort it takes to reach them across the desert, and because they are a stunning feat of engineering and human accomplishment.

They seem like a surreal dream, due to their physical distance and awe-inspiring appearance, which hovers before Santiago for months and months. Having read The Alchemist, do you know what inner resources you need to continue the journey?

This is curious to Santiago because in his inexperienced life, he had never even known what the pyramids were; so, having a dream about something he had never seen or known before proves that it is not of his own making. Two years ago, right here on this spot, I had a recurrent dream too.

With this in mind, can you define your Personal Legend? When they reach an oasis, Santiago meets and falls in love with an Arabian girl named Fatima, to whom he proposes marriage. When he starts to explain that he does not want his palm read, she already knows: Santiago learns the Englishman is traveling with the caravan to the Saharan oasis of Al-Fayoum, where a powerful, year-old alchemist resides.

However, as Santiago continues on his journey, meeting the Englishman who helps the boy realize what he does not want or believe inFatima and eventually the alchemist, his dream remains alive. Melchizedek tells him that to find the treasure he will have Santiago is a dreamer and a seeker, and he stands for the dreamer and seeker in all of us.

Retrieved September 22, Believing a recurring dream to be prophetiche asks a Romani fortune teller in a nearby town about its meaning. When, after traveling for ten years, Odysseus finally arrives at his home, the island of Ithaca, his journey has ended, but one task remains: Returning from the excursion, Coelho decided he had to keep on struggling [7] and was "so convinced it was a great book that [he] started knocking on doors".

What is Santiago's dream in Coelho's The Alchemist?

Santiago thanks the alchemist for teaching him the Language of the World. Like the crystal merchant, the thief who ignores his dream is a foil for Santiago, a figure who characterizes him by contrast. Of all these, which lessons were the most crucial to the pursuit of his Personal Legend? An Encounter With Angels.

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What did you think of the writing style? Paulo Coelho once said that alchemy is all about pursuing our spiritual quest in the physical world as it was given to us. Melchizedek convinces Santiago to sell his flock and set off to Tangier.

The church is the same one in which Santiago had his original dream, and he finally understands where his treasure is. All of a sudden, the child gets up, takes him by both hands, and transports him all the way to the Egyptian pyramids.

Santiago decides to cash in his earnings and continue pursuing his Personal Legend: Even if an omen is unlikely, it must heeded. Everyone, when they are young, knows what their Personal Legend is How does this process compare to finding a Personal Legend? Assuming he must have buried more gold in the sand, they force Santiago to continue digging until the next morning.

There, he will find a treasure that will make him a rich man. How did the Englishman and Santiago feel about each other?Santiago screams at them that he is only looking for treasure because he dreamed twice about a buried treasure at the Egyptian pyramids.

One of the thieves tells Santiago that he had a recurring dream about a buried treasure, except his dream told him to go to an abandoned church in Spain where shepherds often took their sheep to rest.

Brazilian storyteller Paulo Coehlo introduces Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy who one night dreams of a distant treasure in the Egyptian pyramids. And so he's off: leaving Spain to literally follow his dream. Discussion Questions The Alchemist. by Paulo Coelho. 1.

At the start of his journey, when Santiago asks a gypsy woman to interpret his dream about a treasure in the Egyptian pyramids, she asks for one tenth of the treasure in return. Paulo Coelho once said that alchemy is all about pursuing our spiritual quest in the physical world as it.

The Alchemist Paulo Coelho Introduction Pyramids. Santiago has a dream about finding a treasure in the pyramids of Egypt.

A gypsy woman and an old man claiming to be a mysterious king advise him to pursue it. "To realize one's destiny is a treasure in the Egyptian pyramids, she asks for one tenth of the treasure in return. When Santiago.

The Alchemist

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho About the Book Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy, has a dream about finding a treasure in the pyramids of Egypt. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is a novel about a young boy named Santiago on a quest to find a treasure that he has a recurring dream about.

In his dream, a young boy tells him if he travels to the Egyptian pyramids, he will find a hidden treasure.

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