In this audio collection, Alan Watts is all of those things and more, as he explains meditation in its historical context and shares his personal understanding of the richness it can bring to your life.
Alan Watts is also featured demonstrating the relationship of music and sound to meditation with gongs, instruments, and the recitation of a mantra. The demonstration is designed to give the listener the opportunity to experience a mantra meditation with Alan Watts and a group of friends who were brought together especially for this recording.
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...it's included in the final part of "Do You Do It or Does It Do You." I didn't realize this until I'd already purchased the "Do You Do..." title. I like the mediation instruction he gives in the first half, but it gets a little corny towards the end...
Alan Watts is a recent discovery for me, and surely at the right time for me.
Meditation has been a struggle for me. My perception of meditation has changed for the better from this short audiobook. Breaking aspects of meditation into components and their possible effects or usage makes sense and helps me as a student trying to learn a new skill by myself. The light undertone throughout his discussion is helpful.
The internet has made it possible for me to find some very good Teachers and Alan Watts is a real find. I am still listening to another audio book that is a compilation of various lectures he made, and it too is really enjoyable.
Alan Watts' voice is *positive* and energetic - it's fun to listen to him.
Alan Watts has the gift of explaining complex and sometimes boring material in a light hearted and effective manner. For those who are beginners he brings home an informed yet easy to grasp conversation while those who may be more experienced will find his use of words sometimes hilarious. A "to read" person for those interested in Eastern "spirituality".
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