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Newly Discovered Douglas Harding Video

Sam Blight - Sunday, October 21, 2018

Douglas Harding on creativity, in a discussion with Micheal Adams and Kriben Pillay, South Africa, 1994.

Introduction to the Headless Way in BRISTOL

Sam Blight - Friday, October 19, 2018

Take a fresh look at who you really are, using experiments from ‘The Headless Way’ website. These activities are simple, profound and great fun! 

'The Headless Way' website celebrates a range of awareness exercises, or 'experiments', developed by the English philosopher Douglas Harding (1909 - 2007). They originate in the commonplace observation that you cannot see your own head. The 'headless' insight challenges many of the limitations that we learn to impose on ourselves, including our capacity to respond optimistically to problems and stress. The insight can be accessed at any time - with eyes open or closed, whilst moving or still. As well as developing the experiments, Douglas Harding also wrote a number of related books, including 'On Having No Head' (one of David Bowie's 100 best reads). 

Hosted by Nicky Sweetland and John Hawkins

This workshop is free of charge, all welcome. Any questions? Nicky on 07830 739373

Date: Thursday 8th November
Time: 7.30 - 8.30pm
Venue: Hamilton House
80 Stokes Croft

As I See It now available

Mary Blight - Thursday, October 11, 2018

The book As I See It is now available in hard cover and Kindle versions.

This book is a collection of essays by Douglas Harding. The articles in this book, arranged in chronological order, span the period of Harding’s life (1909–2007) from the early 1940s to the late 1990s. And though they are the sound of a needle stuck on one subject—the changeless subject of our true identity—the only Subject!—they reveal something of the wide repertoire Harding composed, inspired by that single, silent, mysterious, nearer-than near, nothing-that-is-everything. These writings also demonstrate how Harding’s understanding developed over many years as he explored in different contexts the meaning of what he saw himself to be, in contrast to what others made of him.

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