In this super short 3 minute video featuring an audio clip from Alan Watts we are asked to think about the mistake that is made in our society between our measuring devices and confusing them with what ACTUALLY makes things happen. Let’s listen in on Alan as he explains…
This eight minute video from Alan Watts focuses on Zen teachings to explain the nature of reality, the nature of fear, and how our personal reality can change from the realization that all life is a magnificent illusion and that we are all “That”, the play of the one great energy.
This beautifully animated video talks about Alan’s revelation of harnessing the power of nature. Animated by “The Simpson’s” Eddie Rosas and edited by Allison Faust.
In this amazing 4 minute audio/video from Alan Watts, he focuses on the ultimate truth of who we are and also talks of what it is like after death and before we were born. This is a MUST watch!
In this great six minute audio from Alan Watts he talks about the principle where the more you give away your power, the more power you have because in trying to retain or control power, we are constantly trying to protect it which is a complete waste of the energy and in no way necessary.
In this super short four minute video, Alan explains that our ego is only a caricature of who we think we are. In reality our ego is a sort of defect disguised as the self. The last minute of this audio should be experienced over and over again until a full realization comes of what he is trying to say. Brilliant!!
This 9 minute clip takes a closer look at the non-reality of the ego (person-hood) and the role that it can play in our lives. Alan Wilson Watts (6 January 1915 – 16 November 1973) was a British-born philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience.
This 10 minute clip, Alan Watts taking a closer examination at the reality of the ego (person-hood). He starts out by saying that the ego is an abstract concept with the same kind of reality as an hour, and inch or a line of longitude. It is established at a very young age as a social convenience but the problem is that we treat it as it was “real”. Let’s listen to this amazing wisdom…
This 5 minute video from Alan maybe short but it packs a serious punch. As a form of reality check, Alan starts with the assumption of the big bang and leads us through a logical look at our role within the creation of the universe and how this translates into our true reality as human beings.
In this 11 minute audio from Alan Watts, he shares his message that if we practice religion in order to try to get something out of it, we are truly wasting our time. He goes on to explain how religion can become a way to celebrate life and is really about the pure enjoyment of it.
In this super short 5 minute video, Alan provides food for thought surrounding the concept of purpose and how our mind reinforces this concept by using memory to string along moments of eternity to create the illusion of purpose.
In this short 3 minute video, Alan reminds us that in nature “letting go” seems to be the natural order of things and that we can actually empower ourselves by letting go.
In this beautifully produced 5 minute video, Alan explains that there is essentially only one energy disguised in infinite forms and movements, and at the center of it all is “That” which you are.
In this short four minute video, Alan says a few words about the mind’s addiction to thinking and the solution which is simply to take some time to watch the mind without engaging with it (leave the mind alone).
In this beautiful 3 1/2 minute video, Alan describes “Nothingness” as the Ultimate Reality of which you are. This is not a nothingness with the absence of all, but rather an indescribable Nothingness which contains the entire universe.
In this short 3 1/2 minute video, Alan shares a unique perspective on our decision making process and choice making.
In this 8 minute video, Alan explains the importance of spending time here and now and yoga as the cessation of thinking.