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Catching the big fish : meditation, consciousness, and creativity

Author: David Lynch
Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, ©2006.
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Filmmaker David Lynch provides a window into his methods as an artist, his personal methods of capturing and working with ideas, and the immense creative benefits he has experienced from the practice of meditation.--From publisher description.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Lynch
ISBN: 9781585425402 1585425400
OCLC Number: 76261826
Notes: Filmography: p. [179].
Description: 117, [2] p. ; 19 cm.
Contents: The first dive --
Suffocating rubber clown suit --
Starting out --
The art life --
A garden at night --
Curtains up --
Cinema --
Interpretation --
The circle --
Ideas --
Desire --
Consciousness --
Translating the idea --
Los Angeles --
Eraserhead --
The pace of life --
Yogis --
Bob's big boy --
The angriest dog in the world --
Music --
Intuition --
The unified field --
The fourth state --
Getting there --
Modern science and ancient science --
Anywhere, anytime --
Identity --
Final cut --
Therapy --
Dreams --
Angelo Badalamenti --
Sound --
Casting --
Rehearsal --
Fear --
All together now --
Twin Peaks --
The continuing story --
The red room --
Ask the idea --
Test audience --
Generalizations --
Darkness --
Suffering --
Light of the self --
A tower of gold --
Religion --
Drugs --
Turn on the light --
Industrial symphony no. 1 --
Lost highway --
Restrictions --
Mulholland Drive --
The box and the key --
A sense of place --
Beauty --
Texture --
Working with wood --
Having a setup --
Fire --
Light on film --
The straight story --
Heroes of film --
Fellini --
Kubrick --
Inland empire --
The name --
A new way to work --
Director's commentary --
The death of film --
DV for young filmmakers --
DV quality --
Future of cinema --
Common sense --
Advice --
Sleep --
Keep at it --
Success and failure --
Gone fishing, again --
Compassion --
Consciousness-based education --
Real peace --
In closing.
Responsibility: David Lynch.
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