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In this five minute video, Adyashanti explains that it is important to take the time to establish a foundation based in silence because our true revelations never come from the thinking process but rather from the still space of awareness that is always available. Relaxing into this foundational stillness allows for moments of revelation to find you.

In this seven minute clip, Rupert helps us understand why our attention seems to continuously drift off so easily. He explains that it is because of a life-long habit that has been promoted by almost everything and everyone in our environment and has become so ingrained in our way of being that it happens automatically. Let’s listen to Rupert brilliant explanation…

In this very short three minute video, Gangaji explains that although some people may feel like she is their guru (or may feel she is portraying an image of a guru), she does not see it that way at all. She goes on to explain that for her it is about meeting people where they are and helping them to recognize the truth of who they are. Let’s listen…

In this six minute video, Rupert responds to a questioner who wants to know why infinite awareness manifests as form. Let’s listen in on Rupert’s brilliant response…

This short four minute, well produced video from “Universal Awakening” (Sam Tabibzadeh) brings us beautiful quotes about Consciousness from such Masters as Mooji, Ramana Maharshi, Alan Watts, Nisargadatta Maharaj and many others. Here we find a central theme that attempts to define the meaning of Consciousness expressed in many ways, but resulting in only one common message.

This short four minute, well produced video from “Universal Awakening” (Sam Tabibzadeh) brings us beautiful quotes about the nature of reality from such Masters as Mooji, Ramana Maharshi, Alan Watts, Nisargadatta Maharaj and many others. Here we find a central theme that attempts to define the meaning of reality expressed in many ways, but resulting in only one common message.

In this short five minute video, Adyashanti helps us to explore the true meaning of compassion in the human experience. He explains how compassion is that feeling that you love something or someone in such a way that your sense of your own well-being is transcended. Let’s focus on the love in these words…

In this six minute video from Adyashanti, he describes the truest meaning of unity, what it is about, and what it feels like. Once identity lets go of the witness, the witness can melt into everything that is witnessed and the purest form of unity can be experienced. Let’s listen to Adyashanti’s beautiful description…

Are We a Body/Mind Experiencing Consciousness? or Consciousness Experiencing a Body/Mind? In this very interesting eight minute video from Francis Lucille, he makes a great case that perhaps the body/mind in NOT required in order to experience. Let’s listen carefully…

In this eight minute clip from an interview by Rick Archer, Rupert explains what the realization of the truth (non-duality) can mean in everyday life. Although Rick poses questions originating from the mind and looking for answers that will satisfy the mind’s objections to how things “really are in the real world”, Rupert never strays from the freedom realized in the essence of non-duality (Truth).

In this amazing seven minute video clip, Rupert explains that duality and ego are a necessary part of manifestation. Without duality or ego there could be no experience of the “physical” world. It is our relationship (as consciousness) with the ego, when we believe ourselves to BE the ego, is where the problems begin. Let’s listen to Rupert’s simple explanation…

In thirteen minutes, this well edited compilation offers the wisdom of three modern day spiritual teachers (Gurus) on the subject of suffering, how suffering is created and what we can do about it. Let’s listen in ….

This beautifully produced seven minute video combines the wisdom of Mooji and Neale Donald Walsch on the subjects of Grace and Perfection. Sit back, relax and soak it all in.

In this great seven minute audio clip from Alan, he explains that although we seem to make things happen, the truth is that everything is happening all by itself. And yet, this realization does not imply any form of determinism. Let’s listen to him explain…

In this sixteen minute video, Adyashanti helps us understand the fear many people experience on the discovery of our own true nature and offers some suggestions and advice on how to deal with it and push past almost any fear we may have.

In this very short three minute video, Adyashanti explains that by letting go into a state of allowance, and dropping the desire to relate to things in a purely intellectual way, spiritual revelation can anchor in your being. Let’s listen…

In this short five minute video, Francis explores the question whether or not we choose our thoughts or if our thoughts are just happening and out of our control. Francis can be a little difficult to understand with his accent, so lets turn up our sound and listen…

In this 5 minute video we join Tsur Taub, a Philosopher and a researcher of the mind and its potentials, in a deeper look into the question, “Who Am I?”. By using the simple step by step inquiry used in Tsur’s video “Who Am I?” we can easily conclude that we are not the body. The only possible exception seems to be the brain, so let’s take a deeper look…

To watch “What is Consciousness?” click here.
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Dr. John Browne Testimonial:

Science appears to have already answered this question. You are not your brain. Two groups of patients support this conclusion. Patients with Hydrocephalus can have as little as 10% brain but be normal, and patients after Hemispherectomy (who have half their brain removed to prevent seizures) experience no change in personality or memory. As a physician I have seen both these kind of cases. Most importantly, their personal sense of “I” doesn’t change in both patient groups. If your brain is your “I” this makes no scientific sense. Your brain is not “you”.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/strange-but-true-when-half-brain-better-than-whole/

Watch “The Man With No Brain: Brain Adaptation and Self-Repair – by Professor Keith Kendrick” https://youtu.be/v8R71Q8_0y0