©2000 Alan Watts (P)2003 New World Library
Yet again, Mr. Watts brings an accessible and engaging method to his teachings, allowing them to be earth-shatteringly profound and at the same time, fun. Anyone looking to dip their toes into fundamental, introductory meditation teachings would do well to start here.
The value of this audio title rests in the fact that Watts himself is recorded. Charming, revealing and empathetic, Watts is a brilliant speaker and his approach to understanding meditation is singular.
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Watts makes the wisdom of the Vedas accessible to a modern, Western audience.
Nothing can quite beat the subtle reminder that we are capable of relieving our minds when we let go. Much like muddy waters, most of our thoughts are clouded until we allow it to settle.
Alan W. Watts provides a unique way of explaining this kind of process. With a captivating voice and wise choosing of vocabulary he can show you much of what you've been missing this whole time.
I thought this was a great piece to introduce meditation to people and without the grave sense of purpose. It's a great introduction in the art of just being. Interesting work be I'll listen to more from watts.
Don't even bother to buy this or waste the time to listen to it. Absolute nonsense. An hour of blathering on and humming by what comes across as someone who likes to hear himself talk while drinking and smoking cigars. He finds himself much more amusing and insightful than I did.
"Interesting take on meditation and reality."
Interesting take on meditation and reality. Worth a listen if you like Alan Watts and are interested in meditation.
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