Mr. Rose had a unique presentation, unencumbered by pomp, pretense, or pseudo-logic. He spoke directly to the hearts and minds of his listeners, mixing penetrating insight with an all-encompassing humor that often stunned his audience, while simultaneously altering their view of the world. Many people came away from his talks with the distinct impression that, somehow, he was directly addressing their personal problems and inner states.
This dynamic glimpse into the teaching style of Richard Rose follows a group of university students visiting the Rose farm and former TAT retreat center in West Virginia. The two-DVD set (232 minutes) contains sequences from university lectures and informal discussions interspersed with impressions of first-time visitors and reminiscences of long-time students.
Note: The video was originally filmed in 1991, and the DVD has been produced from edited VHS camcorder tapes. The first of the two original tapes had been edited using super-VHS equipment, the second on standard VHS equipment, and the resulting image wasn't as sharp. The second DVD disc carries forth that "tradition."
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