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3 years ago  ::  Feb 04, 2011 - 8:03PM #21
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Human Devolution
By Michael A. Cremo

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3 years ago  ::  Feb 07, 2011 - 12:57PM #22
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Actually it's not a new read.. Read it back in my 20's but something drew me to it this day.

Bardo Thodol
- The Evan Wentz version with intro commentary by Carl Jung.
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3 years ago  ::  Feb 11, 2011 - 8:09PM #23
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Bardo Thodol - The Evan Wentz version with intro commentary by Carl Jung.

...one of my longtime favourites.
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3 years ago  ::  Feb 14, 2011 - 2:13AM #24
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Feb 11, 2011 -- 8:09PM, Nay_ho_tze wrote:


Bardo Thodol - The Evan Wentz version with intro commentary by Carl Jung.

...one of my longtime favourites.



Was reading said book about the time I was studying the writings of Alan Watts.

My favorites by Watts are:

  • 1936 The Spirit of Zen, Paperback. 1969 ISBN 0-8021-3056-9
  • 1937 The Legacy of Asia and Western Man
  • 1940 The Meaning of Happiness, Paperback. 1970, ISBN 0-06-080178-6
  • 1948 Behold the Spirit:A Study in the Necessity of Mystical Religion, Vintage ed. 1972, ISBN 0-394-71761-9
  • 1950 The Supreme Identity, Vintage ed. 1972, ISBN 0-394-71835-6
  • 1951 The Wisdom of Insecurity, Vintage ed. 1968, ISBN 0-394-70468-1
  • 1957 The Way of Zen, Vintage Spiritual Classics 1999, ISBN 0-375-70510-4
  • 1958 Nature, Man, and Woman, Vintage reissue 1991, ISBN 0-679-73233-0
  • 1961 Psychotherapy East and West, Vintage ed. 1975, ISBN 0-394-71609-4
  • 1962 The Joyous Cosmology - Adventures in the Chemistry of Consciousness
  • 1963 The Two Hands of God - The Myths of Polarity
  • 1964 Beyond Theology - The Art of Godmanship, Vintage 1973, ISBN 0-394-71923-9
  • 1966 The Book - On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are, Vintage reissue 1989, ISBN 0-679-72300-5
  • 1970 Does It Matter?: Essays on Man's Relation to Materiality, Vintage ed. 1971, ISBN 0-394-71665-5
  • 1972 The Art of Contemplation
  • 1973 Cloud-hidden, Whereabouts Unknown: A Mountain Journal, Vintage 1974, ISBN 0-394-71999-9

  • Here's a song honoring Watts by Van Morrison from his Poetic Champions Compose album.



    Posthumous publications of Watts that are excellent follow......

      
    • 1974 The Essence of Alan Watts, Celestial Arts 1977, ISBN 0-89087-210-4
    • 1975 Tao: The Watercourse Way, with Al Chung-liang Huang, Pantheon 1977, ISBN 0-394-73311-8
    • 1976 Essential Alan Watts
    • 1978 Uncarved Block, Unbleached Silk: The Mystery of Life
    • 1979 Om: Creative Meditations
    • 1982 Play to Live
    • 1983 Way of Liberation: Essays and Lectures on the Transformation of the Self
    • 1985 Out of the Trap
    • 1986 Diamond Web
    • 1990 The Modern Mystic: A New Collection of Early Writings
    • 1994 Talking Zen
    • 1995 Become What You Are, Shambhala Expanded ed. 2003, ISBN 1-57062-940-4
    • 1995 Buddhism: The Religion of No-Religion
    • 1995 The Philosophies of Asia
    • 1995 The Tao of Philosophy, edited transcripts, Tuttle Publishing 1999, ISBN 0-8048-3204-8
    • 1996 Myth and Religion
    • 1997 Taoism: Way Beyond Seeking

    One of my favorite audios by ALan Watts =



     

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    3 years ago  ::  Feb 21, 2011 - 11:14AM #25
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    At the same time I was reading said book,
    I was also reading The Tao of Physics (Fritzof Capra) -
    know it?
    =]

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    3 years ago  ::  Feb 27, 2011 - 1:15AM #26
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    Feb 21, 2011 -- 11:14AM, Nay_ho_tze wrote:


    At the same time I was reading said book,
    I was also reading The Tao of Physics (Fritzof Capra) -
    know it?=]



    Yes.. Read it back in the late 80's.. A Good Summary of said book = Dao of Physics

    Modern physics is only rediscovering what the Sages have always known..

    There are those of us who remember from whence we came and to whence we are returning. 

    This brief interlude is but a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury signifying nothing.


    We are all things; and all things are us.



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