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Here’s a beautiful little eight minute video from a lovely being named Nada who shares with us a very profound message about the difference between self love and narcissism. Let’s listen…

In this very short five minute video, Adyashanti talks about looking at meditation as a solvent for helping to remove our old conditioned patterns of the mind.

In this lovely little six minute video, Gangaji talks to us about the importance of not closing ourselves off after heartbreak and realize the love that we ARE so we can continue to love beyond any heartbreak. Let’s listen…

Here’s a beautiful little six minute video from a lovely being named Nada who shares with us a very profound message about setting our egos aside to truly open the channels of communication. Let’s listen to some pointings to help us communicate better with others…

In this eight minute audio, Jeff Foster explains that we can never live up to whatever “Image” we have about ourselves because it means rejecting the parts of ourselves (or life) that do not fit within the constraints of that image. In other words, it causes us to necessarily accept and reject parts of ourselves based on that image which causes an inner conflict and a recipe for suffering. Let’s listen to his explanation…

In this six minute video from an interview with Chris Hebard, Rupert take us on a step-by-step examination of actual experience (using sound) to reveal that not only is experience happening within me but in actuality, experience and everything we experience is actually the same as what we are.

In this seven minute video, Rupert responds to a questioner who wants to know if our everyday experience actually veils us from our true nature. Let’s listen to his intelligent and simple response…

In this twelve minute audio, Adyashanti explains that experiencing the state of awakening or the experience of realization is something that is temporary at best. One could say that these moments are the beginning of the end for the ego but that there are many months or years ahead for a deepening and integration of that understanding.

In this great little five minute video, Adyashanti reminds us of the consequences of our attachments and how attachments are essentially the root cause of suffering.

In this seven minute audio from Rupert Spira, he first explains how the imaginary separate self comes into existence, its natural life cycle, and the ultimate beginning of its demise.

In this great ten minute video, Rupert responds to a very common question about where our thoughts come from. While explaining the answer, Rupert also touches on our relationship with freedom and free will. Let’s listen…

In this five minute video clip from Stephen Wolinsky, he explains what a spiritual teacher should be and how spiritual teachers are not necessarily “one-size-fits-all”.

Stephen H. Wolinsky, Ph.D., (Narayan) is a direct disciple of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and lived in India and Asia for more than six and a half years. He has taught Self-Enquiry and Kashmir Shaivism (Tantra) from 1982 to the present.

In this super short three minute video, Deepak Chopra responds to the question, “What is the biological basis for consciousness?” This question is very similar to the question about the chicken and the egg, which came first?

In this great little six minute video, Neale Donald Walsch explains what needs to change within us to cause an end to life’s “struggles”. He explains that its not about giving up anything or making any major changes in life other that one twist in recognition and understanding.

Here’s a beautiful little eight minute video from a lovely being named Nada who shares with us a very profound message about the difference between spiritual experience and intellectual understanding.

Here’s a beautiful little four minute video from a lovely being named Nada who shares with us a very profound message about one of the most common questions, “What is the meaning of life?” In this great little video, Nada helps us understand that the meaning of life may very well be based on our understanding of our relationship with the world.

In this eight minute video, Adyashanti helps us understand that through meditation we can come to realize the true nature of thought and the fact that we really have no control over thoughts at all. This is important for several reasons, one of them being that the saying “Change your thoughts and change your life” is really not true at all because in reality you have no control over your thoughts.

In this ten minute video, Rupert Spira brings to light the “Knowing” aspect of all experience. Rupert explains that without this “Knowing” aspect, nothing could be known, therefore, nothing could be experienced. Let’s listen to his explanation…