In this very short two and a half minute clip, Rupert is presented with a question about how it is possible to use thoughts and words to give us a glimpse of our true nature when thoughts and words can truly only point to an object. Let’s listen to Rupert’s brilliant reply…
This short video from Rupert Spira takes us on a three minute journey back to the self. We start as this separate person we call “I” and finish with the realization of our true essence where we have been all along.
In this very short 3 minute video, Rupert explains the transition from Infinite Awareness to the limited self or an apparent limited form of awareness. This is one of those videos that may require multiple viewings to fully appreciate what is being said.
This video clip from Rupert may be only 3 minutes long but it provides a very different perspective on one of the most misunderstood concepts, even by those with decades of study and spiritual practice.
This trailer for Science and Non Duality Anthology (SAND) Volume 1 is offered as an amuse–bouche for the soul. This is a very interesting 3 minute clip of some of the top 21 thinkers of our time from around the world expressing some little tidbits on “Non-Duality”.
In this seven minute video clip, Jeff offers wisdom which can help us deal with negative thoughts or thoughts of failure and unworthiness. The mere recognition that thoughts are like sounds which come and go helps defuse their reality so we can resist being drawn in to an emotionally charged story of self pity.
In this six minute video, Neal explores the moral question “Do I have the right to be happy if it will make someone else unhappy?” Let’s listen in on what Neal has to say…
In this short five minute audio clip, Neale talks to us about a different way to look at the things in our life we feel are not working which can instantly transform its affect on the inside, as well as eventually transforming its reality on the outside.
In this nine minute video, Rupert responds to a questioner wanting to know how prayer and/or intention fit in to non-duality and if prayer or intention can have any purposeful effect on a desired outcome.
Here is the key to the metaphor that is being spoken of in this video:
Jane’s World = Mind and Mary’s World = Consciousness (pure Awareness, God)
In this super short four minute video clip from Adyashanti, we take a closer look at our psychological self and what it does in order to keep itself in existence. Without this compulsive activity, the self we take ourselves to be would just cease to exist.
In this super short two minute video moment from Adyashanti, he answers the question “Do we exist without our thoughts?” Let’s listen to his answer to this question…
In this 12 minute video, Adyashanti responds to the question “Do I Need a Guru for Awakening?”. He explains that no guru can give us “Awakening”, but also explains how a “guru” or “teacher” can help one in discovering the truth for ourselves.
Most of us have experienced mind activity that can easily be labeled as “Mind Attacks”. This is when the mind brings up a series of thoughts that latch on to our attention and takes it for a trip that seems inescapable. This is often paired with a series of fearful thoughts attaching itself to a deep seated fear. In this 5 minute video, Adyashanti shows us a simple (though not always easy) way to make sure that our sense of identity does not fall into this trap along with the mind.
In this 14 minute video from Rupert, he reminds us of the absolute certainty of Awareness and that in reality there is no such thing as an inside world and an outside world. All appears to exist because of our knowing of it, and yet we do not need this relationship to experience ourselves as we truly are.
This well produced 4 minute video featuring audio clips of wisdom from Alan Watts is focused on the spontaneity of life and how we often stand in the way of our true nature by trying to force life to be what it is not.
In this beautifully produced five minute video, we find Alan Watts sharing wisdom regarding the illusion of memory. Most people use memory to define who they are which is ridiculous since the past is dead and gone. Alan suggests that perhaps if we must define ourselves in some way, we must start with the present.
In this 8 minute video, Rupert offers some wisdom on speaking the truth in every day life and if there is ever any justification for not telling the truth. Let’s see what Rupert has to say…
In this 9 minute video from Rupert, he explains that many of us tend to superimpose an expectation, a wrong or right answer, or any other form of projection during self-inquiry, when actually there are endless paths the mind can take on the way to discovering our essential nature. Let’s listen in on Rupert as he provides more insight on the process of self-inquiry…