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Studs and Einhorn discuss the Chicago premiere of the 1928 silent film "The Passion of Joan of Arc," which is accompanied by Einhorn's "Voices of Light" score. Includes snippets of Franck's "Symphony in D minor" as well as three pieces from the "Voices of Light" score.
Zen Buddhism, explains Watts, offers a change in one's basic consciousness and of one's basic existence. Zen is a way of liberation from the illusion of oneself. It's not just about the inside of one's self but it's about the outside, too. Zen is not something exotic. It needn't be imported from Japan, said Watts.