Paths of Liberation

with Alan Watts

Eastern wisdom for modern life. Explore key concepts of Taoism, Buddhism, and Zen.

Watch free for 5 days.


Paths of Liberation with Alan Watts introduces you to potent philosophies that shift your understanding of the supposed problems you face – whether related to work, relationships, future fears, past traumas, or simply a desire to feel more fully alive – and offer new avenues for contemplation and transformation.

Take this course if you are curious how to:

  • Bring the wisdom of Taoism and Buddhism into your daily life
  • Stop trying to solve unsolvable problems
  • Cultivate joy in solitude
  • Feel in harmony with the universe
  • Appreciate life as you have it right now

Meet Your Teacher

Alan Watts was a British-American philosopher, best-selling author, and prolific speaker. Famous for his research on comparative religion, Watts is best known as an interpreter and popularizer of Eastern philosophies for a Western audience. 

Watts published more than 25 books and articles on various Western and Eastern theories on personal identity, the true nature of reality, higher consciousness, the meaning of life, concepts and images of God, and the non-material pursuit of happiness. He died in 1973, and his work and observations continue to resonate today.

“A scholar tries to learn something everyday; a student of Buddhism tries to unlearn something daily.” ~ Alan Watts


What You'll Learn

Each day features 10 to 20 minutes of short, meditative lessons. 

How to Enjoy Your Free Course Pass

Here at Commune, we believe wellness is a daily habit. Once you sign up, you will receive the Day 1 lesson and meditation immediately, followed by Day 2 at midnight Pacific Time. After Day 5 the free period will end. To get immediate access to the full 10-day course (plus bonuses) to move through at your pace, you can purchase lifetime access or join Commune Membership.

Discover Gems of Wisdom from Taoism, Buddhism, and Zen

These teachings reshape your sense of being — the very core of who you think you are, why you are here, and how you can joyfully embrace the perfectly imperfect beauty of the present moment.