by: Alan Watts

It’s wonderful that a new generation is discovering Alan Watts. He writes with knowledge and wisdom about religion and spirituality but the books are always so entertaining and make you feel refreshed and ready to continue on the road to self-realization. This is a new edition of his second book, first published in 1940 and including now a new foreword by his daughter Joan. Drawing on Eastern philosophy, Western mysticism and analytic psychology, Watts demonstrates that happiness comes from accepting both the outer world around us and the inner world inside us. It’s amazing that a man of only 24 could write with such style and confidence. The book is described as “pathbreaking” by Maria Popova, creator of the renowned Brain Pickings blog.

256pp, 203 x 133 mm, Paperback, 2018

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