Alan Watts - Video Documentaries - philosophist- recommended by David Deangelo
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Alan watts is renowned as one of the greatest philosophers in the past hundred years, his body of work is phenomenal, check him out on wikipedia, really great philosophy which can be applied to all aspects of life.
He was recommened to people by David Deangelo in one of his dating programs ( I think it was inner game off memory)
These videos were hard to find and are in their original quality, enjoy
Zen: The Best of Alan Watts
Alan Watts is widely considered the West's foremost interpreter of Eastern thought. Distills a great teacher's insight on: The Mood of Zen, Zen and Now, Buddhism, Man and Nature, and the Art of Meditation.
Time and the more it changes - Taped by his son shortly before Watts' death, this program captures the noted philosopher/mystic's ideas on the meaning of time and change, if they have meaning at all.
The art of meditation - ""Meditation has no purpose, no objective, except to be entirely here and now." Not an easy concept for the competitive, goal-oriented Western mind, which is precisely one of the things that makes Alan Watts's guide to meditation a fascinating piece of work. Watts, an Englishman who died in 1973 (this piece was shot by filmmaker Elda Hartley in 1971), was an authority on Eastern thought and spiritual practice. Here he guides the viewer through a 25-minute program that's part documentary, part useful guide to meditation. While Watts explains such practical techniques as breathing, posture, and the chanted "aum" mantra, one can just as easily find oneself lost in the kaleidoscope of extraordinarily beautiful, natural images that accompany his words. All in all, those seeking "the naked experience of reality itself" and a connection to "the still, small voice within" will be enchanted by The Art of Meditation." :-)
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