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Alan Watts and Eastern Thought

Watts on the Web

Alan Watts at Tribe.net
Alan Watts Lectures and Essays
Alan Watts. Lecture on Zen, The Nature of Consciousness, Terebess Asia Online (TAO)
The Houseboat Summit featuring Timothy Leary, Gary Snyder, Alan Watts and Allen Ginsberg
The Farmer's Horse
In My Own Way excerpt
Alan Watts on YouTube
Watts news
Watts clips by ReflectedFlicks

Some Alan Watts books

The Spirit of Zen
The Legacy of Asia and Western Man
The Meaning of Happiness
The Theologica Mystica of St. Dionysius (translation)
Behold the Spirit
Easter - Its Story and Meaning
The Supreme Identity
The Wisdom of Insecurity
Myth and Ritual in Christianity
The Way of Zen
Nature, Man and Woman
This Is It
Psychotherapy East and West
The Joyous Cosmology
The Two Hands of God - The Myths of Polarity
Beyond Theology - The Art of Godmanship
The Book
Does It Matter?
Erotic Spirituality - The Vision of Konarak
The Art of Contemplation
In My Own Way - An Autobiography 1915-1965
Cloud-hidden, Whereabouts Unknown - A Mountain Journal
The Essence of Alan Watts
Tao: The Watercourse Way
Essential Alan Watts
Uncarved Block, Unbleached Silk: The Mystery of Life
Om: Creative Meditations
Play to Live
Way of Liberation: Essays and Lectures on the Transformation of the Self
Out of the Trap
Diamond Web
The Early Writings of Alan Watts
The Modern Mystic: A New Collection of Early Writings
Talking Zen
Become What You Are
The Philosophies of Asia
The Tao of Philosophy
Buddhism: The Religion of No-religion
Myth and Religion
Taoism: Way Beyond Seeking
Zen and the Beat Way
Culture of Counterculture
What is Zen?
What is Tao?
Still the Mind
Zen: The Supreme Experience
Eastern Wisdom, Modern Life: Collected Talks 1960-1969
Conversations in the Spirit: Lex Hixon's WBAI 'In the Spirit' Interviews
Out of Your Mind: Tricksters, Interdependence, and the Cosmic Game of Hide and Seek
In the Academy: Essays and Lectures
Collected Letters of Alan Watts

Resources for further exploration of ideas
(Alan Watts may have been the only twentieth-century writer to reference Ludwig Wittgenstein, Bertrand Russell, Alfred Korzybski, S.I. Hayakawa, Ian Stevenson, Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, Jack Kerouac, Bob Dylan, and Ravi Shankar all in the same body of work)

American Veda
Deepak Chopra
Sitting Quietly, Doing Something (by psychologist Daniel Goleman)
General Semantics
John Brockman
Ian Stevenson
Carl Jung
Joseph Campbell


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