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In this super short 4 minute video, Jac reminds us that the person can only function based on stories and that the true “Self” has no story at all. Because the person is a story itself, it depends on stories to uphold its validity. It’s important to keep this in mind because any time we find ourselves caught up in a story, we can immediately detect that we are caught up in a role that is being played and that perhaps this story and this role should not be taken so seriously.

In this 5 minute video from Adyashanti, he explains that death should not be seen as something to fear since Enlightenment is intrinsically linked to death.  Just as humans seem to get wiser as they grow old and increasingly closer to physical death,  our awakening is directly related to the death of the separate self (ego).

This 5 minute video from Alan maybe short but it packs a serious punch.  As a form of reality check, Alan starts with the assumption of the big bang and leads us through a logical look at our role within the creation of the universe and how this translates into our true reality as human beings.

In this 6 minute video from Rupert, he provides us with the correct understanding to help us deal with other people’s drama, even when they try to pull us into their drama. Very useful advice indeed!

This 6 minute video from Rupert Spira seems innocent enough at first, but upon review it reveals a massive truth explaining where the saying “Using a Thorn to Remove a Thorn” came from and what it means.

In this 7 minute video, Rupert expresses that there are 3 legitimate reasons for using thought and the mind and that pretty much all other thoughts are on behalf of an illusory self.  This provides a simple guide to help us identify the times when we may be getting lost in an illusory self and return our attention back to reality.

In this 7 minute video, Jeff offers some very practical advice for cutting off the power that thoughts seem to have over us. Whether we are searching for Enlightenment or seeking professional help, we are trying to find a way to control our thoughts or change our thoughts or eliminate some thoughts altogether.  In this video we find out that none of these exhausting mental gymnastics are necessary for liberation from our thoughts.

In this 8 minute video, Jeff expresses that who you really are is already so and that EVERYTHING is already so.  Therefore any conflict or  suffering that arises is simply a rejection on behalf of a non existing separate self not willing to accept what is already so.  “Awakening” is really only a deep acceptance of life as what you are already.  See how Jeff describes it…

In this 7 minute video from Jeff Foster, a young spiritual teacher from England, we explore a different way of looking at the “negative” thoughts and feelings we try to get rid of.  Many teachers speak of “letting go” of these thoughts and feelings but Jeff expresses a different way of looking at them which seems more natural and in line with our true nature.

In this 11 minute audio from Alan Watts, he shares his message that if we practice religion in order to try to get something out of it, we are truly wasting our time. He goes on to explain how religion can become a way to celebrate life and is really about the pure enjoyment of it.

This 10 minute clip is part 4 of a 4 part interview with Rupert Spira which concludes that the Nature of Experience itself is Consciousness.  Anyone that is willing to take the time to take a closer look within can see this for themselves. There are three more parts to this interview.

To view them click on the following links:

Part 1 – The First Fundamental Illusion

Part 2 – Consciousness is Not Personal

Part 3 – Exploring the Apparent Conflict Within

This 10 minute clip is part 3 of a 4 part interview with Rupert Spira which focuses on exploring the conflict between the conclusion that consciousness in not personal and the feeling within us that tells us that it is personal.   There are three more parts to this interview.

To view them click on the following links:

Part 1 – The First Fundamental Illusion

Part 2 – Consciousness is Not Personal

Part 4 – Consciousness is the Nature of Experience

 

This 10 minute clip is part 2 of a 4 part interview with Rupert Spira which focuses on investigating whether Consciousness can be personal or not.  In other words, is there “my” consciousness and “your” consciousness? Although this clip can stand on its own, there are three more parts to this interview.

To view them click on the following links:

Part 1 – The First Fundamental Illusion

Part 3 – Exploring the Apparent Conflict Within

Part 4 – Consciousness is the Nature of Experience

 

This 10 minute clip is part 1 of a 4 part interview with Rupert Spira focuses on dismantling the first fundamental illusion that we are the body/mind.  Although this clip can stand on its own, there are three more parts to this interview.

To view them click on the following links:

Part 2 – Consciousness is Not Personal

Part 3 – Exploring the Apparent Conflict Within

Part 4 – Consciousness is the Nature of Experience

In this super short 5 minute video, Alan provides food for thought surrounding the concept of purpose and how our mind reinforces this concept by using memory to string along moments of eternity to create the illusion of purpose.

In this 10 minute video, Jac describes the most authentic way to handle decision making which is consistent with what other spiritual teachers say about it.  The bottom line is that the mind wants to claim ownership for the decisions that are made and this brings up a ton of unnecessary fear and stress into our lives.

In this short 5 minute video, Adyashanti explains what Christ meant when using the words “I am”.  Most of the world has mistakenly taken “I am” to mean Christ personally, when what was meant to be conveyed was entirely different.  Listen to what Adyashanti has to say…

In this 9 minute video, Rupert dives in to explaining that awareness only sees itself and therefore must transform itself into “other” in order to experience the subject/object relationship and have the ability to experience anything other than itself.  Sounds confusing, but Rupert describes the process in an understandable way….