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In this lovely 7 minute video clip, Nada explains how in meditation practice we may be given the instruction to quiet the mind. But how? This often seems to be the most difficult thing to do. But could it be this is a simple misunderstanding? Let’s listen…

In this important 10 minute video, Jeff talks about the core fears that might arise when we begin to open up to our pain… and how we can find the courage to keep going despite the ‘warnings’ of the mind. Jeff talks of the fearful mind as a gatekeeper….

Jeff Foster is a very special teacher who specializes in the introduction of the Truth for those who have, or currently suffer from depression.  Having been through major bouts of depression himself, he can offer more insight into the meaning of the nature of reality as it applies to our mental issues and blocks.

In this very short 3 1/2 minute video, Rupert addresses a very, very popular question.  Many want to know why being non-dual in nature,  why do we still experience feelings of loneliness? Let’s listen to Rupert’s explanation…

What if you spent an entire day encountering everyone and everything from your heart? By un-attaching from your opinions and ideas, you are naturally connecting with your heart.  In this inspiring challenge, Adyashanti invites you to attune to the perceptual capacity of your heart and relate to all of life from the heart for a whole day. Let’s listen to the challenge…

Am I different from the content of my consciousness? If I am different from the thing I observe in myself, then there is a division between ‘me’ and the thing which I inquire into. In this 3 minute video, J. Krishnamurti explains that when one looks into it very deeply, it’s fairly simple – one sees the observer is the observed, therefore, you eliminate all conflict. Let’s hear his explanation…

In this interesting 4 minute audio, Alan Watts reminds us that it is very important to take the “Buddha” view of the world but that it is equally as important to make sure that we don’t take life so seriously.  Let’s listen…

A great 10 minute guided mindful meditation to use when you can’t stop thinking. Great for anxiety, or when you are just trying to clear your thoughts. Become present to the moment… Enjoy!

In this great little 11 minute video, a man wants to know if paying close attention to perceptions is a valid path. Rupert responds that focusing on perceptions is fine as long as we continue to inquire a little further to demonstrate that in the midst of every experience we find the signature of consciousness. Let’s watch…

In this lovely little 5 minute video, a questioner says that she feels she has visited that place of origin within her, but then at the slightest provocation, her EMOTIONS can bring her back to identify as the mind.  Francis explains that one must think of their body as an instrument, rather that our personal identity. Let’s listen to his advice…

In this lovely little 8 minute video clip, Rupert explains why we are so affected by beauty, whether it is through nature, art, dance, or anything else.  He explains that beauty is actually the recognition of our shared interconnection, let’s listen…

In this powerful 4 minute excerpt (from a joint-Satsang from Gautam Sachdeva and Roger Castillo), Gautam tells a beautiful, short story of forgiveness from the Indian Scriptures, and reminds people of Ramesh Balsekar’s message of love.

In this 7 minute excerpt (from a joint-Satsang from Roger Castillo and Gautam Sachdeva), Roger emphasises the importance of earnestly asking oneself: “What am I truly seeking?” and touches upon Ramesh Balsekar’s (his master) wisdom to help direct the seeker toward a life of peace and love.

We all experience pain in life, whether from injury or illness. But is it possible to be at peace even in the midst of physical pain and discomfort? Is it possible to experience pain without suffering? In this amazing 6 minute video, Nada shows us how we can deal with the actual pain and make sure that we are not causing any unnecessary SUFFERING. Let’s listen…

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Remaining as the Self is all fine and dandy when you are sitting in a lotus position in your special quiet place, but how is one suppose to respond or deal with aggression or abuse? In this great little 4 minute video, Rupert Spira explains how to deal with ‘real life aggression or abuse…

In this great little 2 minute reminder, Rupert helps us overcome some misconceptions about Realization and understand that Realization is simply about dissolving our false belief that the world is something other than ourselves. Let’s listen…

In this lovely little 5 minute video, Gautam Sachdeva explains that it is often helpful in most relationships to try to see things from the other’s point of view. However, most people think that stepping into another’s shoes means becoming completely empty so that one can step OUT of one’s shoes and then truly step into another’s shoes. Let’s listen as Gautam describes how to do this…

Gautam Sachdeva is a disciple of Ramesh Balsekar. Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this lovely 4 minute reminder, Nada explains that very often we make ourselves miserable over our attachments and how we unknowingly suffer from those attachments and that through letting them go we can experience an immediate feeling of liberation. Let’s trade 4 minutes for a world of wisdom…

In this great 4 minute reminder, Krishnamurti drives home the fact that we are not separate from the world or anything else for that matter. Let’s take in this amazing wisdom…

In this lovely 10 minute audio, Adyashanti explains that true freedom exists when you are able to consider infinite viewpoints, but not be stuck in any of them. By not being beholden to one singular perspective, you allow yourself to attune to each moment anew and see what the moment naturally calls forth in you. Let’ listen…

In this amazing 4 minute video, Ramesh Balsekar tries to describe in one word what Advaita is all about. He explains that the ultimate understanding of Advaita is “Acceptance” and how this applies in our day to day lives. Let’s take a quick listen…

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this 4 minute quickie, Alan Watts takes us on an adventure into our imagination where we can dream our life into being, only to realize that this may be the same exact process our current (dream) life is experiencing. Let’s sit back and listen…