Alan Watts and Terence McKenna: Our Need For A Sense Of Unity

Courtesy of the Omega Point Project

8 Comments on "Alan Watts and Terence McKenna: Our Need For A Sense Of Unity"

  1. Simon Valentine | Jun 6, 2013 at 1:40 pm |

    en passe
    post-sarcasm
    no church shots
    they’re worse than below the belt
    just another aetheric aesthetic
    come from the demise of itself

    • BuzzCoastin | Jun 6, 2013 at 7:56 pm |

      When people see some things as beautiful,
      other things become ugly.
      When people see some things as good,
      other things become bad.

      Being and non-being create each other.
      Difficult and easy support each other.
      Long and short define each other.
      High and low depend on each other.
      Before and after follow each other.

      Therefore the Master
      acts without doing anything
      and teaches without saying anything.
      Things arise and she lets them come;
      things disappear and she lets them go.
      She has but doesn’t possess,
      acts but doesn’t expect.

      • DrDavidKelly | Jun 7, 2013 at 1:54 am |

        And when people know left they get to know right

        which is a good thing when driving down the road …
        of life – just to make it sound deep.

        • BuzzCoastin | Jun 7, 2013 at 1:57 am |

          Stop thinking, and end your problems.
          What difference between yes and no?
          What difference between success and failure?
          Must you value what others value,
          avoid what others avoid?
          How ridiculous!

          • DrDavidKelly | Jun 7, 2013 at 2:34 am |

            The differences are obvious when the results are revealed, one lets you live
            the other die … sometimes choice is all you have.

          • BuzzCoastin | Jun 7, 2013 at 2:36 am |

            vive la difference!

  2. Monkey See Monkey Do | Jun 6, 2013 at 6:42 pm |

    Beautiful Video.

  3. Very nicely done. Along with Robert Anton Wilson, these two loom large in my own personal mythology.
    I sent the link along to my nephew who is 18, on his way to college on the east coast, and is currently quite enamored with Christopher Hitchens. I’m hoping this will expand his thinking beyond the strictly materialist pov.

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