In this 10 minute video from Adyashanti, he reminds us that most often we don’t apply our realizations (or even a full awakening) into our daily moments but rather only when some significant event happens. He then explains how this is a mistake and that we should elicit the Living Truth one small step at a time into our daily lives moment to moment.
In this lovely seven minute video from Adyashanti, he explains that “Reality is the ultimate bait-and-switch maneuver. It costs nothing to wake up, however it costs everything to stay awake.” “To be really awakened is to have no more argument with yourself, no more argument with the world, no more argument with others, and no more argument with God.” Let’s listen in on Adyashanti as he explains…
In this AMAZING 13 minute video from Rupert, he explains that to get the best “experiential” awakening it is often best to use duality to awaken to non-duality. He goes on to explain that this approach is the only way to true Awakening because we don’t want to return to oneness as experienced by babies or animals, we want to return to oneness awakened to the true nature of reality.
In this short 4 minute video, Stephen Wolinsky (a direct student of Nisargadatta Maharaj) takes us on a short guided meditation focusing on the “I Am” in an attempt to experience it directly, rather than just trying to describe it.
In this short four minute video we hear Eckhart explaining that “Realization” can come in an instant but that many times it can come over time. He then goes on to tell a short version of the story of Nisargadatta Maharaj (I Am That). Lets listen in…
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.
This is a lovely and short 12 minute guided meditation from Rupert to help us explore sensations and perceptions. Just sit back, relax and enjoy!
This lovely 10 minute audio bring to us an introduction to Jnani and Non-Dual Master Nisargadatta Maharaj featuring outstanding quotes from the book, “I Am That”.
In this great 15 minute video from Rupert, he attempts to explain why God is everything, in spite of our mind’s inability to comprehend and/or accept that God could be the horrific as well as the glorious. Let’s listen in on Rupert’s explanation…
This is a very interesting seven minute clip from Alan Watts in which he starts out explaining that he is not a Guru and goes on to explain that ultimately WE are the ones who assign authority to whatever Guru, teacher or doctrines we end up following.
In this great 6 minute video from Adyashanti, he explains that the first sign of recognizing consciousness within us is the feeling of irrational happiness, a happiness that has no reason or cause. With this recognition of awareness, an underlying sense of happiness evolves into being, and the seeking mechanism dissolves. Adyashanti invites you to explore the different levels of recognition that permeate our everyday existence.
In this very short 3 minute video from Jac, she describes a practice technique to help us become truly “in the moment” when interacting with others and our relationships. This practice can help us to shake off all of the “history” that is normally associated with relationship interactions.
In this super short 3 minute video from Jac, she explains that often what is labeled as contentment is not contentment at all, but rather a fabrication of the ego for its own selfish reasons. This short video shows us one of the many ways the ego can use the most seemingly auspicious practices to fuel its own survival.
In this 10 minute video, Rupert explains love as it relates to the love of others. First he starts out by helping a questioner understand her feelings in the death of her mother and then goes on to help her understand the role of love in every day relationships.
In this super short 3 minute video, Rupert reminds us that we should often let ourselves feel the full implications of knowing that Awareness can not die. He encourages us to revisit that felt-understanding often so that knowledge can assimilate itself into the fiber of “our” lives.
For a reminder of the undying nature of Awareness (You), check out this video.
In this AMAZING 14 minute video from Rupert Spira, he provides the answer to, “How does prayer work after one realizes that there is only one Awareness, one God?” or another way this question is often asked is, “Can Awareness pray to itself?” Since most humans practice devotion and prayer in some form or another, this question puts this video in the 5 star category.
In this 8 minute video from Rupert, he reminds us of a different way we can investigate into the true nature of the “I”, or rather investigate into what is aware of our experience. He reminds a questioner that in reality this is one of the simplest things to do and further instructs how we can easily bring our attention back to that “place” whenever we want.