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This very short five minute video features one of Eckhart Tolle’s most enlightened teachings which is the exact same message that has been passed on for thousands of years about the so called “secret to happiness”. Let’s listen how he explains to Oprah that we are not what we believe ourselves to be…

In this very short two minute audio, Adyashanti explains that there is not a true answer or one direct cause, purpose, or reason for anything in our apparent universe. Let’s listen to his explanation…

In this amazing nine minute audio compilation, Rupert Spira explains everything one needs to know about the creation of the separate self and how it can simply be dismantled by the realization of its true nature. Let’s listen to the amazing wisdom coming through this awesome being…

In this wonderful eleven minute video, Rupert clarifies that although in the dualistic world we seem to live in, everything seems to have an opposite, but that consciousness does not. He goes on to explain that each of our minds is a dream in infinite consciousness. In other words, its like there are billions of dreams going on but only one dreamer. Let’s listen…

In this little four minute video from a lovely being named Nada, he talks to us about a popular quote circulating in spiritual circles right now that says, ‘Life is not about finding yourself. It’s about creating yourself.’ But is that true? Or is the opposite actually true? Let’s find out…

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In this interesting ten minute video, Adyashanti explores the impact of awakening as an individual as it relates to the consciousness of the whole. When someone is deeply awake, their consciousness is being utilized by something greater than their egocentric makeup, which contributes to the state of our consciousness as a whole.

Avadhuta is a Sanskrit term from some Indian religions or Dharmic Traditions referring to a type of mystic or saint who is beyond egoic-consciousness. This 4 1/2 minute video contains “The Song of the Avadhut”. Of all the mystical treatises of ancient Indian literature, the Avadhut Gita, or “Song Of The Avadhut,” is one of the most eloquent and compelling. The Avadhut Gita is a call to knowledge, the supreme knowledge of ultimate Truth. It is the knowledge of the ultimate, indisputable Truth of existence; and it is this very Truth which has the power to make us free. Let’s relax and soak in these words…

In this seven minute video, Rupert Spira helps a questioner understand that in the early stages of development, it is nature’s way to develop a strong egoic self-image. He goes on to say that for most humans the problem arises when this is where the development stops. Spirituality is about transcending our identification with this egoic self-image to the realization that our true essence is beyond this false sense of self. Let’s listen…

In this very special fifteen minute video, Rupert takes a seeker step by step into a deep reflection of “I Am” revealing the ONLY “thing” we can ever know with complete certainty, which so happens to reveal our true nature as well. If you have ever felt as though you have a difficult time recognizing the Self or have questions or doubts about our true reality, then this video is for you. Let’s watch…

In this short six minute video, Adyashanti explains that even though all is one, each expression is very unique. That’s why instead of his teachings being answers in response to questions, they are meant to engage your heart, evoke your highest values, and continue to live within you at the core of your being.

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In this eleven minute video, a seeker wants to know how having a non-dual understanding can affect our daily lives and how to deal with daily activities in a way that reflects that understanding. Rupert explains that a non-dual understanding can help to bring love to all situations but that we don’t need to purposefully make sure that our interactions are in line with our understanding as this will happen automatically. Let’s listen…

In this great little four minute video, Papaji uses a parable to help us understand that no experience (or past) is required or wanted for the realization of the Truth. Papaji is a direct follower of Ramana Maharshi and is also the Guru of Mooji and Gangaji. Enjoy!

In this interesting eight minute from an interview of Jeff Foster by Richard Miller (host of Never Not Here), Jeff tries to explain with words the role of love in the attempt to describe non-duality.

In this short seven minute video from Rupert, a questioner explains an experience he had where he was working on a project and loss all track of time.  Of course, this happens to all of us and Rupert explains that this is just simply involuntary spontaneous meditations that we experience on a daily basis without realizing it.  Let’s listen…

In this eight minute video, Adyashanti talks about authentic transcendence and the illusion of transcendence being two different things and the desire to stay in this new state is a sure sign that a full transcendence (Awakening) has not taken place and that the “me” is still in charge.

In this great nine minute audio clip, Alan Watts explains and proves that we are truly everything and that the real you is all that there is. He demonstrates that we are not independent creatures experiencing the universe but that we are the universe experiencing one particular point of view.

This nine minute video clip from Adyashanti is AMAZING and contains a little known message about the transition period where the ego is no longer there to drive and motivate our actions. This leaves our mind in sort of a limbo state where it no longer can rely on the ego for direction. This video explains how the old motivating factors which are no longer valid transition into living life from the true position of the self. Please enjoy…

In this lovely twelve minute video, Gangaji replies to a questioner who says, “I just want the awfulness of the world to go away”. Gangaji explores the tricks of our minds to deny or escape from what we don’t like or want to avoid and offers a better way of dealing with this common issue…