And so was begun, through a long chain of cause and effect, my eventual headlong dive into a lifelong fascination with meditation.
Alan Watts (1915 – 1973) was a British philosopher and writer who had a unique ability to pierce the coagulated theory that tends to build up around Buddhism, and reveal the essential truths within it in a wonderfully lucid way.
Yesterday I found this clip of Alan Watts speaking in the 1950’s about PAIN, so, having recently received some questions about pain in meditation from people using my audio course, I thought I’d give the floor to the man who originally inspired me.
Though his manner is very … well, ’50’s … nevertheless, the information he gives is still vivid, and relevant.
It’s about 28 minutes long, and fascinating.
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