A Flower in the Desert Images from the Headless Way At seventeen following the directions of the philosopher and mystic Douglas Harding David Lang pointed his finger at his own face and discovered he didn t have one Instead he found himself staring

  • Title: A Flower in the Desert: Images from the Headless Way
  • Author: David Lang
  • ISBN: 9781908664259
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • At seventeen, following the directions of the philosopher and mystic Douglas Harding, David Lang pointed his finger at his own face and discovered he didn t have one Instead, he found himself staring at nothing But it was a very special nothing a nothing filled with everything Taking this revelation as his starting point, Lang shows how the vision of nothingness the DesAt seventeen, following the directions of the philosopher and mystic Douglas Harding, David Lang pointed his finger at his own face and discovered he didn t have one Instead, he found himself staring at nothing But it was a very special nothing a nothing filled with everything Taking this revelation as his starting point, Lang shows how the vision of nothingness the Desert turned his life upside down In image rich language, he draws the reader into the Alice in Wonderland world of the given You will see buildings and trees that move, a man who expands and shrinks like a balloon, and a room built around a black hole You will witness scenes of joy, wonder, confusion, and despair And you will find the Flower, that mysterious and profound destination which adds everything and nothing to the vision of the Desert In the appendix, Lang gives explicit directions so that you can experience the book s key insights yourself.

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    One Reply to “A Flower in the Desert: Images from the Headless Way”

    1. Clear as it is short. It is a most difficult subject to write about. And isn't the point of these books to stop reading these books? The search itself feeds the illusion.That being said, a few more holes have been poked in my perception of what I considered reality, leaving the unknown to shine through unclouded.

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