Alan Watts, on What happens after Death (Without music) HD

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  • Published on:  Monday, October 28, 2019
  • Alan Watts, on What happens after Death (Without music) HD

    A thought provoking video with Alan Watts, philosopher and lecturer, delivering a speech on his thoughts regarding the mysteries surrounding death.
    It is a 'What if? video 'Who am I? Who are you? Who was I before I was born? We are all "I".

    Pondering's regarding life, death and coping.

    This video is provided for information only, "Food for thought"
    It is up to the viewer to decide what works for them and what doesn't.

    Alan Wilson Watts - Born in Chislehurst, England (6 January 1915 – 16 November 1973) was a British-born American philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience. At a young age he became fascinated with the Far East, and at fourteen he began to write and was published in the Journal of the London Buddhist Lodge before writing his first booklet on Zen in 1932. He moved to New York in 1938 and then to Chicago, where he served as an Episcopal priest for six years before leaving the Church.

    Alan Watts was profoundly influenced by the East Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Buddhism, and by Taoist thought, which is reflected in Zen poetry and the arts of China and Japan.

    By the early seventies, Alan Watts had become a foremost interpreter of Eastern thought for the West, and was widely published in periodicals including Earth, Elle, Playboy, and Redbook. He appeared on CBS television's Camera Three in 1969, and in 1971 he recorded a pilot for a new show titled A Conversation with Myself for NET, the precursor to PBS. When the series was not produced, he recorded the shows with his son Mark and his long-time audio archivist Henry Jacobs in 1972. Overall, Alan Watts developed an extensive audio library of nearly 400 talks and wrote more than 25 books during his lifetime, including his final volume, Tao: The Watercourse Way. Alan Watts died in his sleep in November of 1973, after returning from an intensive international lecture tour.

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