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ABOUT THE ORIGINAL BOOKIt is a novel woven around a deeply human story, which exposes the transformative power of dreams, the importance of listening to your heart, and understanding messages that are not transmitted through words.It follows the adventures of Santiago, a young Andalusian shepherd, who embarks on a journey through the desert in search of a treasure. The reader travels through a world populated by signs and dreams, in which he suffers moments of sadness with the character. The reader is happy for his achievements, is enthusiastic about the search for the fundamental stone, and finally discovers that love is the true transforming force. With that said, he discovers the soul of the world.Why read this fiction book? Because this book is entertaining and simple. It allows an existential vision that invites reflection, and the message that is presented is that when one wants something with great intensity, the whole Universe conspires to make this desire a reality. The lessons Santiago learns in the story, will become lessons for the reader in their own life.INTRODUCTIONThe Alchemist is a symbolic book, and so it must be read. Alchemy was a discipline that interested Coelho, who was attracted to the mystical idea of turning metals into gold, or of finding the Philosopher's Stone and with it the Elixir of Eternal Life. He read all existing literature about alchemy, met with alchemists, and started some practices, but the results were invalid, so he abandoned all mystic practice for a while.In 1981, he met RAM (Regnus, Agnus, Mundi), a hidden Catholic order, and from them he became familiar with Christian language and symbology, which he then overturned in the book that is being discussed.One day, in a conversation with a RAM Master, Paulo asked why the language of Alchemy was so complicated and vague. The answer he received was burned into his spirit: because the language of Alchemy is a language addressed to the heart and not to the mind. He later underst

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