Roger Castillo

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 5 minute video with Roger Castillo and Gautam Sachdeva, we find them discussing the concept of destiny.  This video is a reminder that at the center of it is the understanding that we are not the “doer” but rather the witness of a life being lived. Let’s listen…

In this powerful 4 minute excerpt (from a joint-Satsang from Gautam Sachdeva and Roger Castillo), Gautam tells a beautiful, short story of forgiveness from the Indian Scriptures, and reminds people of Ramesh Balsekar’s message of love.

In this 7 minute excerpt (from a joint-Satsang from Roger Castillo and Gautam Sachdeva), Roger emphasises the importance of earnestly asking oneself: “What am I truly seeking?” and touches upon Ramesh Balsekar’s (his master) wisdom to help direct the seeker toward a life of peace and love.

In this ten minute vide,o spiritual teacher Roger Castillo explains that there are two ways of living: one from the mind and one from being. The more we rely on our mind the more we tend to suffer, because our mind expects life to look a certain way. But the mature way of living is living from being, accepting reality as it is, enjoying our inherent peaceful nature.

Roger is a direct disciple of the famous enlightened Indian Advaita (Non-duality) Master Ramesh Balsekar.

In this thirteen minute video from Roger Castillo, he responds to a questioner who is asking, “If I am not the doer, what then is the purpose and meaning of life?” This is a very popular question which Roger takes on and explains in a step-by-step manor that is easy to understand. Let’s listen…

In this six minute video, Roger explains that the primary reason the majority of humans are on a constant search for happiness is because they have been conditioned with a misunderstanding of the meaning of happiness. Once a true understanding is established, one can stop looking for happiness in the flow of life and look within to find that it has been what we are all along.

In this very clear little 9 minute video, Roger explains the factors involved in why humans act and do as they do at any given moment, how these factors nullify the idea of a “doer” and how it all comes together as the playing out of destiny.

This short 5 minute video clip from Roger Castillo focuses on the idea of you, Awareness and God as being all one and the same.  Let’s listen in on Roger’s simple, yet “Truth” revealing message…

In this 5 minute video from Roger Castillo (a student of Ramesh Balsekar),  he explains the process going from intellectual understanding of the “Truth” to the experiential reality of being “Truth” which happens as we shed our old conditioning.

In this 10 minute video from Roger Castillo (a student of Ramesh Balsekar), he explains the basics of non-dual teachings.  His explanation is quite simple and easy to understand, even for those who have never been exposed to non-dual teachings, and provides the basic building blocks at the heart of non-dual teachings and how these teachings can help us achieve peace of mind.

In this 11 minute video from Roger Castillo (a student of Ramesh Balsekar), he explains that one must dig deep and make sure one does not have ANY image, projection or expectations of what “Enlightenment” or “Awakening” is suppose to be.  He explains that often these can be hidden and will result in delay of actualization or even inability to recognize that “it” has already happened. And finally, he helps us understand that the tiniest bit of suffering is a sure sign that a false expectation may be lurking in the shadows of the mind.

In this nine minute audio from Roger Castillo (a student of Ramesh Balsekar), he explains what Nisargadatta Maharaj meant by the directive “Abide in the ‘I Am'”.  His very clear and interesting explanation also helps us to understand how to reduce our overthinking by realizing that this thinking that we believe will bring us what we want is actually the cause of our suffering.