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In this inspired 6 minute video, Roger Castillo talks about how liberation can change our seeing of life and explains the non existence of the thinker. This is an excerpt from Daily Live Satsang of Roger Castillo in online meeting on 2nd of December 2020. Let’s get started…

In this short 7 minute extract, Papaji replies a question about effort and non effort in self inquiry: “You are advised simply to keep quiet and during this quietness perhaps it will reveal itself to you through its own grace. Submit. Keep quiet. Don’t move your mind for one second, one thought. Now is the time, today is the time, this moment is the best moment. Make the best of this moment.”

In this wisdom filled 6 minute video, Roger Castillo talks about a gap in reconciliation between what is and our idea what should be. Let’s listen in right now…

A man who is terminally ill and has sought treatment to no avail, asks if his interest in self-enquiry is for the body, and if the body is mind, is illness a neurosis. Rupert suggests that his interest in self-enquiry is to find happiness, to return to his true nature, otherwise known as ‘die before you die.’

In this lovely 11 minute video,  Roger Castillo talks about non doer-ship in decision making.  Often when faced with making a decision, we seem to have two many voices in our heads telling us to do this and that and this video can help us clear things up. Let’s get started…

In this direct 6 minute video, a questioner wants to know, “If everything is happening according to God’s will, then why do we experience things like the holocaust?”  This is a super common question so let’s listen in…

Roger Castillo is a non duality teacher / spiritual teacher, born in Malta and migrated to Australia. Roger is a direct disciple of the famous enlightened Indian Advaita (Non-duality) Master Ramesh Balsekar.

In this very interesting video, Gangaji responds to a question about, “what blocks your fulfillment?”.  Let’s listen carefully as she provides a very clear explanation…

In this wonderful 10 minute video from Rupert, a woman asks about extending actions that come from love to the public realm.  This clip has been taken from Rupert’s retreat in Amsterdam, Spring 2019…

In this brilliant 10 minute video, a man asks about the difference between the separate self and the finite mind.  Let’s listen carefully as Rupert explains his response…

In this very short (5 minutes) but direct  video, a woman asks about the grieving process.  This is a super popular question so let’s get started…

In this super short 3 minute video, someone asked Gangaji if it matters after self-realization that there is violence and ignorance in the world. Yes, it matters. When you wake up to the truth of yourself, you can serve the world, become the hands and arms of the world. Let’s listen carefully to this great wisdom…

Our spiritual discovery of the absolute truth of one’s being can be turned into a hiding place, where we ignore harsh realities and deny the cruelest aspects of our shared humanity. Ignorance is not “bliss.” Rather, it is the root of all suffering. In this powerful monologue delivered in 1999, Gangaji shares that the end of ignorance and our willingness to be all is the “gold of self-realization.”

We all face challenges in life. We all experience discomfort. No one has it easy. But the way we respond to these difficulties determines the quality of our lives, especially when we allow it to teach us.  Let’s listen to this short message from Nada…

In this lovely 8 minute video, a man wonders if the seer is ever separate from the seen, and asks Rupert to speak about the body as an instrument of perception. Let’s listen carefully to Rupert as he speaks to us as consciousness to consciousness…

In this fantastic interactive 9 minute video, a man asks if thoughts are randomly generated or personal in origin and if they create the world.  Let’s find out Rupert’s wonderful response…

In this wonderful 15 minute video filmed on World Meditation Day, Rupert reminds us that the purpose behind meditation is to realize how we can find lasting peace and happiness and the true nature of reality.  Let’s listen as Rupert shares his amazing wisdom…

A koan is a riddle or puzzle that Zen Buddhists use during meditation to help them unravel greater truths about the world and about themselves.

Zen masters have been testing their students with these stories, questions, or phrases for centuries. Many koans can be traced back to the collections of sayings amassed by Chinese priests in the 12th and 13th centuries.

Koans may seem like paradoxes at first glance. It is up to the Zen student to tease out their meaning. Often, after a prolonged and exhausting intellectual struggle, the student realizes that the koan is actually meant to be understood by the spirit and by intuition.

In this lovely compilation, Rupert Spira & Mooji share their wisdom for enlightenment and the “direct path”. The message is presented with differences in vocabulary but completely the same in essence. Let’s join in…

This post is bit longer than usual but for fans of Jac O’Keeffe I thought it was important to include the whole interview from 2021 with Susan Hill.  Let’s listen as Jac shares some eternal wisdom…

When we step onto the spiritual path, often we hope to transcend our fears. Our fear of death and loss can drive a lack of compassion and perpetuate our unnecessary suffering. Gangaji encourages us to meet our fear, not avoid it. In a moment of giving up control and simply being undeniably flawed, mortal, and very human, we can rest in the peace of who we are.

In this wonderful 8 minute video, Jac talks to us on how we can be the “non-doer” and yet remain fully responsible and accountable.  Let’s listen carefully as she explains…