Jac O’Keeffe

In this six minute video clip of Jac on the show “Never Not Here”, she explains that without identification there seems to be a preference for silence and a loss of interest for social interactions, but that when a happening is meant to occur, consciousness springs to action automatically.

In this seven minute video from Jac O’Keeffe, she exposes the truth about personal responsibility and understanding what we can do and what we can not do.  This message is consistent with the views of all the teachings of Advaita Masters.

In this short 6 minute video clip from Jac O’Keeffe, she explains that there is no such thing as your thoughts and my thoughts because there is no you and no me.  The belief in the concept that there is a separate you and me is the very first step into ignorance from which all other false thoughts and beliefs can justify their existence.

In this short 6 minute video, Jac explains that even if one has not realized the state of non-duality, removing the labels from one’s thinking process can go a long way toward experiencing pure functioning.

In this super short 4 minute video, Jac reminds us that the person can only function based on stories and that the true “Self” has no story at all. Because the person is a story itself, it depends on stories to uphold its validity. It’s important to keep this in mind because any time we find ourselves caught up in a story, we can immediately detect that we are caught up in a role that is being played and that perhaps this story and this role should not be taken so seriously.

In this 10 minute video, Jac describes the most authentic way to handle decision making which is consistent with what other spiritual teachers say about it.  The bottom line is that the mind wants to claim ownership for the decisions that are made and this brings up a ton of unnecessary fear and stress into our lives.

In this short 6 minute video from Jac appearing on the show “Never Not Here”, she talks about her book called “Born to Be Free” which focuses on dismantling the core illusion of identifying with thought.

In this 6 minute interview with Jac O’Keeffe in Arunachala, she explains that she spent years doing a lot of “New Age” practices and can now say that all of these practices actually led her further and further from the “Truth”.

In this 8 minute video from Jac O’Keeffe, she explains that anytime there is an “I” involved, it is always based on some form of identification and that Awakening is simply the dropping of this “I” that we all hang on to so dearly.

In this super short 2 minute video, Jac explains that in the New Age movement we often hear of finding your “Higher Purpose” which can seem like a very constructive and admirable thing to do.  However, in most cases (where people are still identified with who they think they are and what they do) it can actually be counterproductive to the realization of the “Self”.

This video clip is less than 3 minutes long but contains major wisdom.  Jac explains that all of our beliefs are based on the past, therefor they color our experience of the present based on events that are dead and gone. The fact is that none of our beliefs are necessary to experience the present as it really is.  See what Jac says about getting out of this trap…

In this very short 3 minute video, Jac manages to sum up the different ways that relationships can be used or affected by spiritual pursuits in search of the “Truth”.

In this short 4 minute video, Jac explains that Awakening is really a change in perception and that there are many other changes in perception along the way. She explains that the biggest error that is made which causes suffering is not really that we haven’t “Awakened” yet, but that we think there is something wrong with us because we haven’t “Awakened” yet.

In this 7 minute video, Jac O’Keeffe shares with us her view on destiny and how the ego is not required for destiny to fulfill itself through our body/minds.  In fact, without the ego, our destiny can fulfill itself much smoother and more efficiently than with one who is encumbered with identification.