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Das Energi by Paul Williams
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Das Energi (original 1973; edition 1980)

by Paul Williams

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A collection of poetry that fuses rock and roll, Eastern philosophy, and New Age consciousness.
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Title:Das Energi
Authors:Paul Williams
Info:Entwhistle Books (1980), Paperback, 160 pages
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A book of poems of spirituality and consciousness.
  CenterPointMN | Jun 13, 2018 |
I'd like to see a work up of what kind of drugs they were on when they decided this was a good idea ~ ( )
  Baku-X | Jan 10, 2017 |
I'd like to see a work up of what kind of drugs they were on when they decided this was a good idea ~ ( )
  BakuDreamer | Sep 7, 2013 |
PW is author of consciousness-raising books self-published in California. COMING, is an expression of the state of awareness where spirituality and sexuality meet, BILL OF HUMAN RIGHTS, is an edition of "the most important document of the twentieth century", and BOOK OF HOUSES is a guide to the cycles of harvest that "each of us goes through" in the course of a year.

This work is less about raising "consciousness" than about cash. It is almost data-free, almost bereft of scientific method. However, it is wonderfully "kiltered" expression -- "Most people seem to think that what is obvious is beneath them. They pass up truth in favor of something more intellectually stimulating". 81 Of course this is almost the opposite of what people do. Yes, of course people do miss out on "truth" but they rarely look for "intellectually stimulating" material. People do not think the "obvious" is not worth repeating, almost endlessly. Still, he is raising the flags -- the book works as a warm-up.
  keylawk | May 5, 2007 |
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