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Alan Watts discusses the Indian philosophy of the world as maya - under its multiple meanings as illusion, art, magic, creative power, measure, etc. Various techniques in the arts are used to illustrate the delicate and vibrational character of the material world, and to suggest a new approach to the old philosophy that the universe is "mind" only.

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Amazing

I feel that Alan Watts has explained everything that has to do with anything else.

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welcome to reality

loved it. life changing . one of the best lectures by alan watts. a must

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Good Infornation

Some info here that is not in Essential Lectures.
A Few long pauses as usual, but also some volume issues in places. Very good perspectives though :-)

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  • Davie
  • 03-17-18

Really good!

I loved this. I just wish it was longer! Alan Watts was truly ahead of his time. Fantastic!

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  • Sue Shepherd
  • 09-25-16

All that Jazz...

a fascinating recording of lectures given by Alan Watts... I fell in love with his voice!
the recording is a little hard initially as Alan is obviously slapping a stick on the board of information... but once over that he is wonderful to listen to.

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