Retail Electronic Univ. 1973
CS ISBN 188243501X $59.95 Six cassettes
Speaking from the spirit of the sixties, philosopher Alan Watts explores Zen Buddhism in six public lectures and seminars. Mind-expanding exercises and topics such as "images of god" and "myths of myself" challenge the attitudes of Western civilization with Eastern philosophy. genial and humorous, Watts entertains as well as educates, shocks as well as excites. In brilliant insights he convinces us that "we are apertures through which the universe looks at itself." We are, indeed, expressions of the whole of being involved in a "dance of existence." C.F.G. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC 94]
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