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In this ten minute video, Rupert responds to the very common question of whether consciousness (awareness) is also an illusion, or part of an illusion. Rupert uses the definition of an illusion, and very simple metaphors to logically examine and ultimately arrive at a conclusion and answer to this question.

In this six minute video clip, Gangaji takes a few minutes to remind us that the only thing we need to do to refresh in our true position is simply to STOP doing, even if its only for a moment. Let’s take a peek…

In this awesome ten minute video clip, Rupert explains the reality of good, bad and free will within the non-dual world of awareness. He explains how these concepts can still be valid within our essential true nature of freedom. Let’s listen to this five star video…

Here is a wonderful 5 minute guided meditation from Adyashanti called “The Open Space of Awareness”. In this guided meditation, Adyashanti leads you below your thoughts into the quieter dimension of being and the best thing is all you need is 5 minutes.

In this lovely little ten minute video, Papaji responds to an inquiry from a follower who wants to know why she feels no sense of satisfaction. Papaji explains WHY satisfaction can only be experienced in the here and now. Let’s listen…

In this short five minute video, Adyashanti talks to us about being truthful and honest with ourselves and others as a powerful tool to generate a feeling of peace within ourselves and others. What are your thoughts? Leave a comment below…

In this great little five minute video from an interview on “Never Not Here” with Richard Miller, Jeff reminds us that its very easy to get drawn into the idea that we are Brahman, the void of nothingness, and forget that the world of form also originates from that void as well.

In this short video from Jeff Foster, he explains what is meant by the saying that when the person drops, only space remains. That’s a beautiful concept, but what does it really mean when “only space remains.” Here is his explanation…

In this world, millions and millions of people experience unnecessary stress generated by their search for perfection in some are of their lives. In this little eight minute video from a lovely being named Nada, we find the relief from such self imposed stress by realizing that perfection is not real and only a matter of perspective. Let’s listen to this advice…

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In this sixteen minute video with Rupert Spira, a seeker explains that he feels that psychedelic drugs help him gain access to his true self by experiencing a state of no-mind. Rupert explains and demonstrates that we ALWAYS at ANY MOMENT have direct access to our true self. Let’s listen…

In this thirteen minute video clip, Rupert Spira explains what is meant by “time doesn’t exist” and describes how the eternal now brings time into existence according to the limitations of the mind. Although it is impossible for our minds to understand how this is possible due to its limitations, using metaphors, Rupert is able to help us reach an inner knowingness of the concept of time.

This very special 4 minute video is very short but contains ultimate wisdom. In this little video using quotes from Ramana Maharshi, he describes the true meaning of “guru” and whether a physical guru is needed or required for Awakening.

Here’s a beautiful little eight minute video from a lovely being named Nada who shares with us a very profound message about unconditional love in relationships. Most of us relate “love” as some kind of feeling or action, but in reality, true unconditional love is simply synonymous with “acceptance” or “allowing”.

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In this eight minute video, Ramana Maharshi takes us on a journey into deep silence. Ramana Maharshi (Maha or great, Rishi or Enlightened Being) was the awe inspiring sage who’s presence graced the renowned sacred Arunachala hill during much of the 20th century.

This six minute video from a lovely being named Nada speaks to the very common human condition of feeling a bit impatient or restless with our spiritual “progress”. Nada explains why it is important to be patient with the spiritual process and be patient with ourselves in transcending past conditioning that has often been around since before we can remember.

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Sometimes it can be helpful to examine the motivation behind what we do and in this eight minute video clip from Adyashanti, he talks to us about the two main spiritual motivators that keep us searching to understand and assimilate the Truth about the nature of our reality.

In this six minute video, Papaji tells the story of a king who falls asleep and dreams that he is a beggar. He uses this analogy to teach us that when we are awake to the senses we fall asleep to our True Nature.

This video is only two and a half minutes long but contains a huge and controversial message. In this short video, Papaji denies the existence of rebirth and karma and dismisses them as concepts for religions to instill fear and control their subjects.

Because Papaji can be a little difficult to understand, here is the word by word transcript:

Question: When freedom is always there and full awakening is possible here and now for everybody regardless of the background or any practice or personal circumstances what about karma? Can you please explain the idea of karma yoga rebirth in the context of the true freedom now.

Papaji Response: This talk of karma and rebirth do not belong to this area of freedom. That’s a very different question. That belongs to religion and not for the seeker of freedom. So this question is not relevant to seekers of truth. There’s no such karma and no such rebirth question. That belongs to religion: fear. That fear is created to you if you follow any teacher, or a preacher, or a priest. They give you this fear, “If you don’t follow you will be again and again reborn and suffer.” This is not the work of the Sadguru who removes all this old doubts and all these stupid concepts. He only shows you the way of happiness and freedom and he doesn’t joke with you. That’s a different affair.