Catching The Big Fish Meditation Consciousness And Creativity 10th Anniversary Edition

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Catching The Big Fish

Author : David Lynch
ISBN : 110104330X
Genre : Self-Help
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In this "unexpected delight,"* filmmaker David Lynch describes his personal methods of capturing and working with ideas, and the immense creative benefits he has experienced from the practice of meditation. Now in a beautiful paperback edition, David Lynch's Catching the Big Fish provides a rare window into the internationally acclaimed filmmaker's methods as an artist, his personal working style, and the immense creative benefits he has experienced from the practice of meditation. Catching the Big Fish comes as a revelation to the legion of fans who have longed to better understand Lynch's personal vision. And it is equally compelling to those who wonder how they can nurture their own creativity. Catching Ideas Ideas are like fish. If you want to catch little fish, you can stay in the shallow water. But if you want to catch the big fish, you've got to go deeper. Down deep, the fish are more powerful and more pure. They're huge and abstract. And they're very beautiful. I look for a certain kind of fish that is important to me, one that can translate to cinema. But there are all kinds of fish swimming down there. There are fish for business, fish for sports. There are fish for everything. Everything, anything that is a thing, comes up from the deepest level. Modern physics calls that level the Unified Field. The more your consciousness-your awareness-is expanded, the deeper you go toward this source, and the bigger the fish you can catch. --from Catching the Big Fish
Category: Self-Help

Twin Peaks And Philosophy

Author : Richard Greene
ISBN : 9780812699876
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 36.50 MB
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2017 saw the triumphant return of the weird and haunting TV show Twin Peaks, with most of the original cast, after a gap of twenty-five years. Twin Peaks and Philosophy finally answers that puzzling question: What is Twin Peaks really about? Twin Peaks is about evil in various forms, and poses the question: What’s the worst kind of evil? Can the everyday evil of humans in a small mountain town ever be as evil as the evil of alien supernatural beings? Or is the evil of non-humans actually less threatening because it’s so strange and unaccountable? And does the influence of uncanny forces somehow excuse the crimes committed by regular folks? Some Twin Peaks characters try to confine evil by sticking to their own moral code, as in the cast of Albert Rosenfeld, who refuses to disguise his feelings and upsets everyone by his forthright honesty. Twin Peaks is about responsibility, both legal and moral. Who is really responsible for the death of Laura Palmer and other murder victims? Although Leland has been revealed as Laura’s actual killer, the show suggests that no one in town was without some responsibility. And was Leland even guilty at all, if he was not in control of his own mind or body? Twin Peaks is about the quest for self-knowledge and the dangers of that quest, as Agent Cooper keeps learning something new about himself, as well as about the troubled townspeople. The Buddhist Cooper has to confront his own shadow side, culminating in the rite of passage at the Black Lodge, at the end of Season Two. Twin Peaks is about madness, sanity, the borderline between them, and the necessity of some madness to make sense of sanity. The outwardly super-normal if somewhat eccentric Agent Dale Cooper is the inspired, deranged, and dedicated shaman who seeks the truth by coming to terms with the reality of unreason, partly through his dreams and partly through his existential encounters with giants, logs, outer space, and other unexpected sources. Cooper challenges official law enforcement’s over-reliance on science. Twin Peaks is about the imagination run wild, moving from metaphysics to pataphysics—the discipline invented by Alfred Jarry, which probes the assumption that anything can happen and discovers the laws governing events which constitute exceptions to all laws.
Category: Philosophy

Fact Fiction Hunting Fishing Stories

Author : Chambless Johnston
ISBN : 9781449069827
Genre : Fiction
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Fact & Fiction Hunting & Fishing Stories is a book for anyone who loves to hunt or fish. It is an anthology of short stories both fictional and non-fictional all taken from author Chambless Johnston's own experiences. Have a son or daughter who likes to hunt or fish with you? There are many stories here for you to read about similar experiences that you possibly have had with them and maybe learn a lesson or two. Want to take a quick trip to Africa, India, or Central America to hunt or fish without ever leaving you own home? You will travel around a lot by reading this book. Have a special dog in your family? There are dog stories too. There is a tale in the book for nearly every kind of outdoorsman. Fact & Fiction Hunting & Fishing Stories contains a story on everything from bass fishing to big game hunting. Written with the insight of a Hemingway and the enthusiasm of Zane Grey laugh and maybe cry a bit as you read these special stories.
Category: Fiction