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In this beautiful short video from Nada, he tackles questions like, “How can we best respond to this Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, and all the other difficulties that come with it? How do we quell our fear and find calm within the storm? How do we best utilize this time? How can we grow from it? What can we do for ourselves and for one another during this very challenging time?”  Let’s watch and listen…

Amidst the current coronavirus outbreak, Rupert gives advice regarding how people can find inner peace and happiness during this time of uncertainty, as well as still being able to remain part of a community.

In this beautiful 9 minute video on the eve of his 60th birthday, Rupert Spira draws on a poem by W. B. Yeats, and shares his thoughts on how we can find peace during these uncertain times.

In this wonderful 4 minute video, Rupert Spira explains the meaning of the word Satchitananda, and discusses why the knowing of our own being is the highest knowledge.  Let’s listen…

Here’s a great little five minute video which includes the backbone of Nisargadatta Maharaj’s teachings.

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj was an Indian spiritual teacher and philosopher of Advaita (Nondualism), and a Guru, belonging to the Navnath Sampradaya. Sri Nisargadatta, with his direct and minimalistic explanation of non-dualism, is considered the most famous teacher of Advaita since Ramana Maharshi.

This 28 minute video that contain the complete live original TV series episode called “Things and Think”. Most of the material out there from Alan are bits and pieces of his teachings, but this is a complete episode from his TV show. Excellent material.

In this fantastic 10 minute audio clip, Roger sheds light on what non-dual teachings are, what they are pointing at and how magic can happen if what is said penetrates to the heart.

In this lovely little 6 minute video, Gautam tells the story of a follower who said she lived in total peace for 12 years and then in one moment of anger, it all got washed down the drain.  Gautam explains that even the greatest sages had moments of anger and identification and that it is perfectly OK.  Let’s listen…

In this one hour guided meditation on the occasion of Rupert’s 60th Birthday, we contemplate truth, love and beauty, three pathways to ourself. We peer beyond the veil of the multiplicity and diversity of experience to the one indivisible experience, the knowing of ourself.

In this lovely little 7 minute video clip, Gangaji invites you to stop imagining what it is you need to get fixed, or what obstacle you need to get rid of, or how you need to get deeper, or how you need to be awake a hundred percent of the time. All of that is still within the realm of imagining a problem, imagining that there are certain benchmark measurements. Problems do appear in lives and there are measurements. But Gangaji is inviting you to engage in an experiment and investigation of really, really just immediately being at home.

In this AWESOME 10 minute video, Gautam Sachdeva responds to a question about the “purpose” of suffering.  In his explanation he expands on the dynamics of suffering and how it all takes place behind the scenes.  Let’s listen carefully…

A woman asks for some direction in making decisions in the service of awareness.  In this 12 minute video clip, Rupert responds to her inquiry and attempts to clarify our position in the decisions making process.  Let’s watch…

In this AMAZING video, Rupert Spira makes the case for embracing one unique authority: the absolute knowledge of our own being. It is the only thing that all people have in common, the source of the peace and fulfillment for which all people long. For this reason, it is the only knowledge there is that could serve as a foundation for world peace.  Let’s get started…

When we are filled with doubt and overwhelm, and all seems to be falling apart, there is the potential through self-inquiry to discover home. This enlivening 14 minute exchange with Gangaji, recorded in Santa Fe in 1998, demonstrates how in our willingness to fall apart, we ultimately see what falls away and what remains—the home that is real.

In this super 10 minute video clip, a questioner is confused about “who” is the thinker and Rupert explains that the True Self is always pure Awareness and that it is the “mind” where all the activities occur.  There is actually no issues with this until identification sets in.  Let’s listen to Rupert’s easy to follow wisdom…

In this short 3 minute clip, Gangaji invites you to rest profoundly. “Our ideas of rest have to do with some kind of exhaustion because that’s usually when we rest. But there’s a kind of rest that’s out of that realm, that is the peace of who you are, the home that is always here. The opportunity of retreat is so that that peace cannot go overlooked in any degree ever again.”

In this very short 3 minute video clip, Francis Lucille responds to a questioner who wants to know the effectiveness of his Yoga practice.  Francis explains that most practices can be effective up to a certain point and then have to be given up for true realization.  Let’s listen…

In this lovely little 2 minute video, Gangaji talks about the challenge in meeting the truth of yourself in every moment is in meeting it in what you don’t like as well as what you love. It’s just as important to meet the truth of yourself in what you don’t like, without changing your likes and dislikes. Let’s listen in…

In this lovely 12 minute video, Rupert responds to the question, “Is the direct path appropriate for everyone?” Rupert explains that those who are ready for the direct path are attracted and guided to these teachings and those who are not will not be drawn to these teachings in any way.  Let’s listen to his explanation…

In this super short video, Gautam explains how we can best deal with our programmed response of disappointment when things don’t go our way.  Let’s listen to his wise advice…

Is your inner critic running your life? In this episode of Being Yourself, Gangaji demonstrates how to confront the inner-critic without judgment, and finally end the war between ego and superego.