Stuart Davis offers a hysterical sit-down comedy routine, anchored deep in the heart of the Integral Tantra. Integral enlightentainment at its finest!
Nothing is too taboo for Stu. As with his music, blog, books, and videos, he puts it all on the line, offering an incredibly frank, exposed treatment of everything from deviant sexuality to contemplative spirituality. The man who invented his own langauge (Is) gives us the inside scoop on life as a struggling Zen student, touring musician, and the kaleidoscopic tornado that is life in the Mystery. Stu dives into the human condition, knowing each bruise, every punch line is the one that has the power to release us into our own awakened awareness. The pain and pleasure of our human paradox is not a problem to be solved, but an Enigma to be lived. We are that limitless Mystery; Love. And Love has no opposite….
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About Stuart Davis
Stuart Davis is a longtime friend of Integral Life and Ken Wilber, and has acted as guest host for many Integral Life dialogues over the last decade. With fifteen full-length albums to his credit, Stuart has carved out a unique wavelength in the musical spectrum. Taking the topics of God, sex and death, and crafting them into inimitable pop songs with lyrical flair and unforgettable hooks, Stuart also works in television, film, painting, and books.