Monday Night Class

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Monday Night Class

Monday Night Class Monday Night Class a weekly event in San Francisco conducted by Stephen Gaskin during the heyday of the hippies attracted over people each week This new edition is a collection of the original t

  • Title: Monday Night Class
  • Author: Stephen Gaskin
  • ISBN: 9781570671814
  • Page: 262
  • Format: paper
  • Monday Night Class a weekly event in San Francisco conducted by Stephen Gaskin during the heyday of the hippies attracted over 2,000 people each week This new edition is a collection of the original transcripts from these historic meetings, with new commentary by Stephen from today s perspective In these transcripts Stephen explores the laws that govern the spiritual plaMonday Night Class a weekly event in San Francisco conducted by Stephen Gaskin during the heyday of the hippies attracted over 2,000 people each week This new edition is a collection of the original transcripts from these historic meetings, with new commentary by Stephen from today s perspective In these transcripts Stephen explores the laws that govern the spiritual plane, drawing on sources as varied as the Bible, Zen Buddhism, and the daily newspapers, interpreting the visions of the 60s generation with humor and affection Includes photographs from Monday Night Class in San Francisco.

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    1. Dr. Carl Ludwig Dorsch on said:

      Following these comments is an extended excerpt from the book. While the passage selected is neither the most useful nor the most profound, nor even particularly representative – Gaskin is rarely more than anecdotally autobiographical in the volume – it does give some sense of both Gaskin himself and of the “classes”.Toward the end ofMonday Night Class (page 165) Gaskin mentions that “I have about 300 pages of transcripts from these meetings at the Family Dog. We’re going to edit the [...]

    2. Lisa Witkowski on said:

      Don't get me wrong -- this is an enjoyable book. I just didn't find it especially useful or informative. I think Gaskin makes some decent points here and there, but this is ultimately the ramblings of someone who has tripped way too much. I could get comparably enlightened from half of my Facebook feed. That said, it was cool to get a glimpse of the actual hippie movement as it first occurred, and the annotations are often funny. Don't let this review put you off from reading it if you're consid [...]

    3. Erik Graff on said:

      Stephen Gaskin and his bus caravan appeared at Grinnell College out of the night en route from California to what became The Farm in Tennessee. There being little to do in the middle of the Iowa cornfields, I went to Darby Gymnasium to hear his presentation and receive a copy of this book. They were giving them out for free.The book, while a little too much out there for my tastes, was pretty good, combining, as it did, Eastern religio-philosophical concepts with psychedelic experience within a [...]

    4. Al West on said:

      Stephen Gaskin former English teacher met Suzuki Roshi and turned to help people who were struggling with much of what the establishment in the united states was doing. Monday Night Class was the first big step. Set in a time of Whole Earth Catalogues hippies in Berkley, the Haight and North Beach - Steven held gatherings which calmed the wild energy with thoughtful zen and meditation. With ken Kesey and the pranksters bussing around USA, Steven began his bus odessy part two - The Farm a free co [...]

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