This video clip is less than 3 minutes long but contains major wisdom. Jac explains that all of our beliefs are based on the past, therefor they color our experience of the present based on events that are dead and gone. The fact is that none of our beliefs are necessary to experience the present as it really is. See what Jac says about getting out of this trap…
In this super short video by Rupert Spira, he explains that believing in Advaita or Non-Duality can often just be the ego masquerading as understanding. The realization of the “Truth” is not about believing in anything but rather an inner realization that becomes the foundation for who/what we are. Very short video but extremely important to understand.
In this short 3 minute video, Alan reminds us that in nature “letting go” seems to be the natural order of things and that we can actually empower ourselves by letting go.
In this 7 minute impromptu video from his home, Deepak explains that all of our views of reality are actually based on “Models” of reality and not based on actual reality itself. He explains that beyond these models we are all actually exactly the same and this is important because understanding our true reality is the only solution for the world’s conflicts.
In this 11 minute video, Rupert goes into a fairly detailed description of how our feelings are created and how we can use this knowledge to dismantle the feelings into nothingness.
Here you will find a well produced six minute video of quotes and wisdom from Nisargadatta Maharaj, one of the greatest modern day masters and Jnani.
In this super short 2 minute video, Adyashanti makes a hugely important distinction which answers the very common question of “How Do I Stay As Awareness?”
In this seven minute audio, Deepak shares some wisdom on letting go and surrendering. He speaks on the benefits of it and the how, when and why.
In this short seven minute video, Rupert explains how desire and fulfillment of desires work. He also explains a common misconception regarding the popular notion of manifesting desires.
In this 10 minute video, Deepak explains that ultimately the only real reality is “Awareness”. This video explains how he arrives at this conclusion.
In this beautifully produced 5 minute video, Alan explains that there is essentially only one energy disguised in infinite forms and movements, and at the center of it all is “That” which you are.
In this short four minute video, Alan says a few words about the mind’s addiction to thinking and the solution which is simply to take some time to watch the mind without engaging with it (leave the mind alone).
In this 10 minute video, Rupert explains that the realization of our true nature has a direct effect on the body and mind and that sometimes the ego can try to appropriate the non dual teaching in order to perpetuate itself. If gone unchecked, this can lead to the acceptance of our unhappiness as a normal function of awareness rather than finding the true cause of the unhappiness.
In this very short 3 minute video, Jac manages to sum up the different ways that relationships can be used or affected by spiritual pursuits in search of the “Truth”.
In this 5 minute video, Adyashanti speaks on the importance of letting go of resistance as one of the keys to freedom.
Here is a wonderful fourteen minute video of readings of Ramana Maharshi’s teachings. 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. He was known throughout India and to many in the rest of the world as the silent sage whose peaceful presence and powerful gaze changed the lives of the many who came into his presence.
Here you will find a well produced video of quotes and wisdom from Nisargadatta Maharaj, one of the greatest modern day masters and Jnani.
Most of us are programmed to believe that “Life” is benevolent in nature. In this super short three minute video, Adyashanti reminds us that life (the universe, God) is everything and that it includes the “good” and what appears to be the “bad”as well.