THE BURNING BUSH TOUR 2004 PRESENTS
A former director of Amnesty International called Alan Clements "one of the most important and compelling voices of our times." Clements was the first American to become a Buddhist monk in Burma, where he lived for the better part of a decade, before disrobing and becoming a spiritual anarchist. Now, it's as a performer of improvised spoken word in a radical new genre of spiritual entertainment that he has been called a Lenny Bruce for the post-New Age.
Alan Clements is the author of Burma: The Next Killing Fields? and The Voice of Hope, the internationally acclaimed book of conversations with Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's Nobel laureate and leader of her country's nonviolent struggle for freedom. Clements is also co-author of Burma's Revolution of the Spirit, with a foreword by the Dalai Lama. In addition, Clements was the script revisionist and advisor for Beyond Rangoon, a feature film depicting Burma's struggle for democracy, directed by John Boorman. Alan's most recent book, Instinct for Freedom, was nominated as the best spiritual teaching/memoir of 2003. Alan has been interviewed on ABC's "Nightline," CBS News, CBC, "Talk to America," VOA, BBC, and by the New York Times, London Times, Time and Newsweek magazines, Yoga Journal, and scores of other media worldwide. He performs his theatrical monologue and lectures worldwide on the fundamental importance of understanding human consciousness as the basis for social, political and spiritual transformation. His web site is located at: http://www.WorldDharma.com
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