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In this great 10 minute video, Rupert explains that when we approach reality from a process of thinking then we call reality “Consciousness”. When we approach reality with the heart (feeling), we call reality “Love” and when we approach it through perception, it is called “Beauty”. All are exactly the same reality but seen through different lenses. Let’s focus our attention on this wisdom…

Did you know that your Awakening may have already taken place?! The fact is that there are countless beings out there that have actually realized their true nature, but because the mind (ego) seems to return now and then, they are still waiting for an awakening to happen.

The FACT is that Awakening is only a stage in our spiritual evolution and that once Awakening has taken place, integration of our new understanding in our daily lives is something that must include vigilance until our body’s dying breath. Let’s listen to what Mooji and Rupert Spira have to say…

This lovely 16 minute guided meditation from Deepika Avanti focuses on being your ultimate reality that never dies, never changes, being peaceful awareness, presence, silence, love versus experiencing believing you are the limited, changing body, thoughts, emotions, and sensations. Lets just sit back, relax and enjoy!

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In this great little 8 minute video, Rupert replies to a thirteen year old boy who wants to know, “If awareness is the fabric of all things like humans and chairs, does that make awareness alive or dead?”. Rupert explains that questions like these come for those who still see the world as an observer of the interactions between dead objects, when in reality consciousness (awareness) and existence (everything that exists) can ONLY arise together. Let’s listen…

In spiritual circles, we often hear the word-concept called “Consciousness” which has about as many meanings as the word-concept “God” or “Love”. This can create massive confusion, especially when trying to understand the teachings of more than one teacher. In this short 4 minute video, Francis Lucille gives us his definition of Consciousness…

In life, what we actually value is displayed by what we give our time and attention to. In this 7 minute video clip, Adyashanti encourages us to see what we value by examining where we place our attention. By identifying and nourishing our deepest values with attention, we allow them to grow and flourish in our lives and empower their presence.

In this lovely 5 minute video, Gangaji reminds us that once the “Truth” has been realized, the mind will forever try to sneak back in. That’s why the masters like Nisargadatta Maharaj, Papaji and Ramana Maharshi all said that we must remain earnest and vigilant. Let’s listen as she reveals the one and only effortless clue we need to signal our attention that we have reactivated our identity as a person…

In this great 8 minute video, Gautam Sachdeva, author of ‘The End of Separation,’ talks about patterns of the ego, and witnessing the entanglements of the thinking mind and understanding the TRUE MEANING of MEDITATION. Gautam is a student of Ramesh Balsekar who is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj.

In this very short 5 minute video, Gangaji is speaking about the stories we tell ourselves. There is an innocence still present in us that really doesn’t buy into our stories anyway. When you expose the story you can be naked to yourself, conscious and overflowing in love.

In this super short 4 minute video, Alan Watts takes a closer look at “falling in love” to discover that love itself is an act of faith and surrender.

In this amazing 6 minute video, a man wants to know what happens to manifestation when the mind falls back into its source. In Rupert’s response we discover that the only way for Awareness to experience form is by splitting itself into subject/object creating the duality required to experience the world.

In this 6 minute video, Gautam Sachdeva takes the seeker through one of the core concepts of Advaita’s sage Ramesh Balsekar, as outlined in his first book ‘Pointers from Ramesh Balsekar’. Gautam first visited Ramesh in February 2000 and, over a period of nine years, also worked closely with him in the process of publishing some of Ramesh’s books.

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this great little 6 minute audio clip, Alan Watts helps us understand that in spiritual circles when we are asked to follow a “Discipline”, we are really developing a skill. That way you can replace a “Discipline” which is a chore to do and replace it with developing a “skill” which can be a great source of inspiration and motivation. Let’s listen to Alan’s wisdom…

In this informative 4 minute video, Alan helps us discover the Taoist Principle of Action in Non-Action called Wu Wei and how we can use this principle to enjoy a better flow through life. Let’s listen…

In this lovely little 6 minute Papaji video, a devotee called Dayanand writes: “Truth cannot be known by my mind and emptiness cannot be experienced by me. What to do?” Let’s listen as Papaji leads this devotee to the answer…

In this 3 minute video, Gangaji explains that thoughts like not pretty enough, not smart enough, not rich enough, not interesting enough, not green enough, not enlightened enough are an indication that identification with the mind/body is taking place.

Have you ever experienced a violation or betrayal that you felt robbed you of innocence? In this 4 minute video clip, Gangaji speaks to when wounding or hopelessness, self-hatred or cynicism, appear to veil the indestructible purity and innocence of who we are in the core.

In this enlightening video clip, Rupert explains the implications of having a non-dual understanding. He reminds us that the primary implications are peace, happiness and fulfillment that are not the result of anything happening, but rather as an essence of our true nature. Let’s listen…