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In this very interesting 13 minute video, a woman asks Rupert about the relationship between physical pain and the interpretation of it which leads to a conversation about finding and removing the layers of illusion that is clouding your experience.  Let’s join in…

How awake are you in this moment? No matter how many experiences of awakening you’ve had, what truly matters is how you express your awakeness in your everyday interactions. In this 6 minute video clip, Adyashanti differentiates between a revelatory moment and an ongoing commitment to express your awakening through your soulful orientation.

In this 9 minute clip, Adyashanti invites us to authentically embody our awakening by being fully grounded in our connection to the realities of life. As we contemplate our lives, we can ask ourselves how we can allow our awakening to authentically inform our way of being in everything we do.

In this 10 minute video, a questioner says that it is easy to maintain peace of mind in Satsang, but when I go to work tomorrow and there’s tons of emails and people coming at me from every direction, what then?  Let’s listen to Roger’s response…

In this direct 4 minute video, Roger explains that life is always flowing between pleasure and pain.  Once this is realized, there is no longer resistance to pain which is actually the element that causes suffering.  Pleasure and pain are necessary parts of life but “suffering” is completely unnecessary.  Let’s listen…

In this enlightening video clip, a questioner wants to know if the ego is necessarily problematic.  Rupert explains that the ego as an activity is NOT problematic, but that ego as an identity is VERY problematic.  Lets listen carefully as Rupert dives into the nature of the ego…

In this super interesting and enlightened view of world events, Francis Lucille reads a statement made by Robert Adams during demonstrations in the U.S. and then comments about his view of the world.  Let’s get started…

In this super clear and important 5 minute video, Roger Castillo responds to the question, “Does Non-Doership Mean Not Doing?”.   Since non-duality necessarily implies that there is no “doer” per se, how does anything get done? and also, we discover the true meaning of “Acceptance”.  Let’s listen…

In this lovely 8 minute video, a man asks Rupert if there is a distinction between self-inquiry and self-abidance. He explains in detail how Self-Inquiry is about self-investigation which usually involves a question of some kind, where self-abidance is just a conscious effort to keep the attention inside the perimeters of the “Self”.  Let’s listen…

In this very clear version of a Satsang with Francis Lucille, a questioner wants to know why he says that, “consciousness is the only thing we directly experience.”  Francis uses different angles to try to explain the meaning behind that statement. Time to press play…

In this very important 5 minute video, Roger helps us to understand that anger has nothing to do with how “awakened” you are or not because it is simply a biological reaction like yawning or tearing or laughing, and that there is no reason to feel that becoming angry is an indication of being un-enlightened.  Let’s get started…

This 13 minute clip was taken from a weekend in Amsterdam, September 2018. A man asks Rupert how time can be a construct of the mind.  Let’s listen carefully to Rupert’s response…

In this historic moment, white people have an opportunity to redress the long, cruel legacy of racism in America. In this 14 minute recording from 1998, Gangaji recounts an article about Bishop Desmond Tutu. His commitment to truth and reconciliation in South Africa serves as inspiration all.

In this inspiring 7 minute video, Nada takes us on a little journey to a time when he felt like he was missing out on life and how something happened that shifted his attention, resulting a deep sense of inner peace.  Let’s find out…

“I just wanted to take a moment to reintroduce myself and talk about what I share and why.  On my YouTube channel you will find videos covering various topics within the realm of Spirituality and Personal Growth and Transformation.”  Let’s  get to know Nada a little bit better…

In the last 30 years David Godman has written or edited 16 books on topics related to Sri Ramana Maharshi, his teachings and his followers. In this short 10 minute video, David responds to a question which asks, “How do Ramana’s teachings relate to the modern world?”  Let’s listen to his response…

In this fantastic 8 minute video, Rupert Spira speaks about trauma and the ongoing process of realignment of the mind after the recognition of our true nature.  Let’s not wait another minute…

In this inspiring short 6 minute video, Alan Watts speaks about silence and having a good teacher.  Alan Watts was a well-known British philosopher, writer and speaker, best known for his interpretation of Eastern philosophy for Western audiences. Let’s listen to his wisdom…

What is revealed when we stay conscious in the midst of great upheaval? When we are willing to inquire with an open mind, we can move beyond simply coping with disaster and discover a life changing truth untouched by any loss. In this inspiring short video, recorded in March of 2011 following a devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, this monologue is relevant to the times we find ourselves in now, confronting a worldwide pandemic.

In this awesome guided meditation, Rupert Spira reminds us that non-duality addresses two essential questions, ‘How may we find lasting peace and happiness?’ and ‘What is the nature of reality?’. We find that the answers to both questions are the same: self-knowledge. In this contemplation, we uncover the nature of this naked, uncoloured self to find both the means of lasting peace, of happiness, and an understanding of the nature of reality.

This clip 10 minute clip was taken from the Spring Retreat at Buckland Hall 2018.  A woman new to retreats wants to understand what Rupert means by true meditation and what he means by the statement, “Meditation is what we are, not what we do”.