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This is a very interesting seven minute clip from Alan Watts in which he starts out explaining that he is not a Guru and goes on to explain that ultimately WE are the ones who assign authority to whatever Guru, teacher or doctrines we end up following.

In this great 6 minute video from Adyashanti, he explains that the first sign of recognizing consciousness within us is the feeling of irrational happiness, a happiness that has no reason or cause.  With this recognition of awareness, an underlying sense of happiness evolves into being, and the seeking mechanism dissolves. Adyashanti invites you to explore the different levels of recognition that permeate our everyday existence.

In this very short 3 minute video from Jac, she describes a practice technique to help us become truly “in the moment” when interacting with others and our relationships.  This practice can help us to shake off all of the “history” that is normally associated with relationship interactions.

In this super short 3 minute video from Jac, she explains that often what is labeled as contentment is not contentment at all, but rather a fabrication of the ego for its own selfish reasons.  This short video shows us one of the many ways the ego can use the most seemingly auspicious practices to fuel its own survival.

In this 10 minute video, Rupert explains love as it relates to the love of others.  First he starts out by helping a questioner understand her feelings in the death of her mother and then goes on to help her understand the role of love in every day relationships.

In this super short 3 minute video, Rupert reminds us that we should often let ourselves feel the full implications of knowing that Awareness can not die.  He encourages us to revisit that felt-understanding often so that knowledge can assimilate itself into the fiber of “our” lives.

For a reminder of the undying nature of Awareness (You), check out this video.

In this AMAZING 14 minute video from Rupert Spira, he provides the answer to, “How does prayer work after one realizes that there is only one Awareness, one God?” or another way this question is often asked is, “Can Awareness pray to itself?”  Since most humans practice devotion and prayer in some form or another, this question puts this video in the 5 star category.

In this 8 minute video from Rupert, he reminds us of a different way we can investigate into the true nature of the “I”, or rather investigate into what is aware of our experience.  He reminds a questioner that in reality this is one of the simplest things to do and further instructs how we can easily bring our attention back to that “place” whenever we want.

In this super short 3 minute video, Neale Donald Walsch takes on the question “Why do I exist as a human being?” This short video gets right to the point and provides an answer to this question which is in line with most of the Eastern spiritual masters.

This 8 minute audio clip from Adyashanti helps us to understand that our parents are not the cause of our suffering in the present moment.  They may have caused a lot of pain and suffering in the past, but to continue to suffer for their actions in the present moment is a choice that we make by reliving the past over and over again.  Of course, the same applies to friends, relatives and even enemies.

This particular video focuses on the importance of following your heart to live a meaningful life filled with joy and adventure.

This very short three minute video  from Gautam Sachdeva, author of ‘The Buddha’s Sword’, in which he recounts a memorable anecdote which explains the key realization which truly means the end of seeking for the spiritual seeker.

In this five minute video, Adyashanti explains that we always think that we have to work towards love. Liberation is when you don’t have to work towards anything; you work from it, not towards it. It’s just there. It’s the ground you’re walking on.  Let’s listen in on this five minutes of wisdom…

In this 19 minute video from Rupert, he helps a questioner decipher between her true, real experience and her beliefs about what she is experiencing.  This video is a bit longer than usual but can truly take you on a crystal clear look at the nature of your experiencing (the nature of reality).

In this 5 minute video, Rupert explains how the realization of our true nature as awareness transforms devotional (Bhakti) love (or gratitude) into the purest form of gratitude which is unadulterated love.

In this six minute video, Ramesh takes on the two most popular questions of the spiritual seeker… “What is Enlightenment?” and “How will Enlightenment change my life?”

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj.  He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this great little interview of Ramesh Balsekar by Stephen Wolinsky, they discuss the relationship between Ramesh and Nisargadatta Maharaj and what he believes was the central message of his teachings.

Ramesh Balsekar and Stephen Wolinsky are both disciples of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj.  Balsekar also became one of Maharaj’s favorite translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this short 4 minute audio from Adyashanti, he explains that for most people the “unknown” seems like this mystical void out there that contains all of the unknown, when in actuality the unknown is right here and now.