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    Modern Western culture and technology is inextricably tied to the belief in the existence of a self as a separate ego, separated from and in conflict with the rest of the world. In this classic book, Watts provides a lucid and simple presentation of an alternative view based on Hindu and Vedantic philosophy.

    ©1966 Alan Watts (P)2015 Macmillan Audio

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    Bad narrator.

    Too bad i cant concentrate on this audiobook because the narrator has one too irritating voice, its not clear while the sound of his voice sounds narrow in his mouth area as if the is struggling from constant spit in his mouth.

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    Life Changing

    The best explanation of the most profound concept in existence, Advaita Vedanta for western minds. A book that challenges our intuition of reality.

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    Alan Watts in a nutshell

    Here, so I think, we go again. Just another Alan Watts lecture? Way beyond. The author is not reading, too bad but it's a great audiobook anyway.