Adyashanti shares some wisdom in describing as best as possible with words the nature of ONE pure Awareness as the center of our being.
What is this thing called “self”? Does it actually exist? In this deeply penetrating satsang on the central teaching of the Buddha, Adyashanti invites a direct investigation and experience of who we are.
In this short 4 minute video, Adyashanti speaks on the fact that the Ego can’t outsmart the Ego and escape itself. The only way to render the ego powerless is to surrender everything because the ego lives on struggle.
In this video, Adyashanti shows that the shift from just understanding to full realization is through experience and begins with a stillness of mind.
Adyashanti explains that according to his experience the idea that “Enlightenment is Rare” is only a myth. Since most that are realized don’t become teachers, it makes it seem like it might be rare because we never know about them. But he says he has met hundreds of them.
Adyashanti explains that “Awakening” is about awakening FROM the dream of “me”.
In this 11 minute video Adyashanti explains that as ego begins to disappear, the personality remains and can create a sense of disorientation as the old patterns of self-centered desires fall away.
Adyanshanti explains that awareness is about being and not doing. Everything that has to do with “doing” is of the ego.
In this very short 4 minute video, Adyashanti shares with us some wisdom on futility of struggle. The ending of this video is very funny and yet so very true.
In this short 3 minute video, Adyashanti describes how the development of the ego is a natural part of the development of the human psyche.
In this excellent 5 minute video Adyashanti explains that by recognizing our impersonal nature, we can discover the one reality that is beyond the imaginary self.
Adyashanti cuts to the heart of what’s really true and points to the causeless happiness that comes with knowing the sacred reality of who we are.
In this 9 minute video, Adyashanti explains the mechanics of suffering and offers a simple yet powerful way to see beyond the misperceptions that cause it.
In this short video, Adyashanti shares the universal meaning behind the “I am”. We are speaking of the sense of “I” before we add anything to it. Everything that we add after “I am…” is simply a description of our sense of identity.