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Alan Watts (1915-1973) English theologian, was one of the leading popularizes of Zen Buddhism in the U.S. and a leading scholar on the interchange between the philosophies of Asia and the West. He was the author of 24 books including The Way of Zen, The Book and Psychotherapy East and West.
Watts, Alan
Code Name Price Description  
02501 Watts, Alan
Divine Madness
$11.95 According the Watts, we call insane those who cannot live simultaneously in the world of consensus social vision and the world of the personal vision. Watts discusses the ignorance, intolerance and harm done to those who have variations of consciousness. - 1968 Esalen - One Audiotape
02502 Watts, Alan
East Religion and Western Therapy
$18.95 Our culture, says Watts, lacks a consciousness-altering religion, and therefore makes psychotherapy religion-like, with all the doctrine, dogma and sacraments of a religion. - 1971 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
02503 Watts, Alan
Alan Watts (Interviewed By Michael Murphy)
$11.95 An informal conversation on Watts' houseboat in Sausalito discussing many topics including concentration, technology, nature, and materialism, with Watts drawing in many rather provocative perspectives. - 1964 Sausalito, Ca - One Audiotape
02504 Watts, Alan
Ecumenical Liturgy
$11.95 Watts explores ecumenical liturgy combining fundamental elements of the great world religions. In this presentation before a church audience, he also includes Buddhist and pre-Christian chanting and a sermon entitled "Joy to the World." - Esalen - One Audiotape
02505 Watts, Alan
Whose Is The Kingdom, Power and The Glory
$26.95 In this discourse, Watts addresses the very roots of metaphysics or the nature of being. He speaks of how our thinking is profoundly shaped by our religious and linguistic traditions and, in turn, what you think has fantastic power over what actually happens. - 1968 Esalen - Three Audiotapes
02506 Watts, Alan
The Diamond Way
$11.95 At a talk to benefit the first Buddhist center in California, Watts helps the Westerner understand the way of Tibetan Buddhism. He speaks of the relationships of certain Buddhist principles to contemporary problems and explores what the Tibetan Lamas have to offer us in the West. - 1969 Esalen - One Audiotape
02508 Watts, Alan, Stan Grof and Julian Silverman
The Science Of Madness
$18.95 Watts talks of how differences from the norm are regarded as pathology, irrespective of whether it is a madman or a saint who is involved. Grof`s LSD studies led to his discovery that both "mad" and "normal" subjects eventually entered into experiences with religios qualities. Silverman discusses how some psychotic patients improve, not in spite of their psychosis, but through the psychosis. - 1968 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
02509 Watts, Alan, Alan Ginsberg and Claudio Naranjo
The Poetry Of Madness
$18.95 Beat poet Ginsberg gives a fiery poetic presentation of madness; Watts and John Perry, through poetic prose, make comprehensible the fluid, non-ordinary nature of madness as a means to growth and integration. Naranjo warns against embracing wild madness uncritically. - 1968 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
02510 Watts, Alan and Maurice Friedman
Beat Zen / Beat Hasidism
$11.95 Zen Buddhist Watts and Hasid Friedman join in an informal exchange of questions and anecdotes, remarking on the Hasidic serving God with the 'evil' urge and Watts's notion of the element of fundamental rascality. - 1967 Esalen - One Audiotape
02511 Watts, Alan
Intelligent Mindlessness
$36.95 A practical workshop using sound in guided meditations, with entertaining introductory talks. Sonic meditation is based on the supposition that the world is a system of vibrations, says Watts. When we are in touch with sound, we are not in touch with anything symbolic. Sound - what we call sound - is reality itself. - 1970 Esalen - Four Audiotapes
AW001 Watts, Alan
The Alan Watts Journals
$26.95 These eleven journals, averaging eight pages each, were designed and written by Watts. They are titled: The Art of Meditation; Do You Smell?; Generation Gaposis; Green Music; Law Enforcement and the Department of Correction; Speaking Personally; The Way and Its Power; The Waters Before & the Waters After; What Shall We Do with the Church?; The Zero One Amazement; and Incantation of the Stars. - - Eleven JOURNALS
AW002 Watts, Alan
Way Of Liberation (Phamphlet))
$10.95 One Phamphlet
AW006 Watts, Alan
Tao: Watercourse Way ( Book )
$15.95 Watts' basic textbook on the Chinese philosophy of the Tao (the flow of nature) is documented with many examples from literature. It was finished and illustrated with Chinese characters after his death by Al Chung-liang Huang. This is an out-of-print hardback edition. - - One BOOK
JN010 Watts, Alan
Zen: The Eternal Now
$13.95 The differentiation between you and the universe is completely unreal ... the dread of death and attachment to life is completely unnecessary. In this engaging interview, Watts elaborates on the difference between religion and Zen, emphasizing that The basic principle of Zen is the transformation of consciousness. - 1973 London - One Audiotape
AW003 Watts, Allan: The Religions of Logos and Sophia - Phamphlet $10.95 One Phamphlet