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  • By: Alan Watts
  • Narrated by: Alan Watts
  • Length: 3 hrs and 3 mins
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Alan Watts discusses the fundamental attitudes that run through all religions or "ways of liberation," as the Far Eastern disciplines might better be described.

By following these practices to the extremes of repentance, rebellion, and resignation, one may be freed from the endless cycles of reincarnation which perpetuate the human condition.

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Inspirational

an amazing man, a brilliant lecturer.
Alan Watts makes you stop and think in your tracks.
When you realise these lectures were conducted in the 70's, but have just as much if not more relevance today than then.
It proves human nature, unless you look at the past and learn from it, will continue along the same track of destruction both as an individual and a society.

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