ALAN WATTS on the SYMBOL WITH NO MEANING

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In this video remixed from a rare early radio series, Alan Watts analyses the paper "THE SYMBOL WITH NO MEANING" by Joseph Campbell.
His explanation helps us shatter the rigid structures and see the essence of us , away from dogmas and as a pure expression of the universe.

Alan Watts Bio

Alan Watts was a British philosopher and writer who gained worldwide recognition for his insightful views on philosophy, personal growth, creativity, and spirituality. He was born on January 6, 1915, in Chislehurst, England, and died on November 16, 1973, in his home in California, USA.

Watts was renowned for his ability to communicate complex philosophical concepts in a way that was accessible to the general public. He believed that philosophy should not be confined to academic institutions but should be a part of everyday life.
He was an advocate of personal growth, which he believed was a continuous process of self-discovery and expansion of one's consciousness. He believed that true personal growth was not just about acquiring knowledge or skills but involved a deepening of our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.

Alan Watts was also a strong proponent of creativity, which he saw as an essential aspect of human existence. He believed that creativity was a means of expressing our innermost selves and connecting with something larger than ourselves.
He had a deep interest in spirituality and believed that it was not just about religion or dogma but was a way of being in the world. He saw spirituality as a means of connecting with ourselves, others, and the universe at large.


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