Adyashanti cuts to the heart of what’s really true and points to the causeless happiness that comes with knowing the sacred reality of who we are.
In this 6 minute video, Alan uses the analogy of a boat to help us understand that the only reality there truly is is the present.
This video contains some awesome things shared by Alan Watts if you can overlook the incredibly annoying music. Please try to overlook the music and focus on the message.
Alan has a wonderful way of explain things without mysticism or dogma. In this 9 minute video, he takes us on a closer look into the unreality of the ego.
This is a wonderful active meditation on the concept of “time”. Through a series of questions, Rupert makes us realize the fallacy of time. Only through the dreaming of the mind can we find something called “time”.
This video is less than 4 minutes but packs a huge punch. Rupert asks and answers the important questions to discover “What Am I?”.
In this 9 minute video, Adyashanti explains the mechanics of suffering and offers a simple yet powerful way to see beyond the misperceptions that cause it.
It’s always good to have a different perspective. Francis Lucille has a huge following and unique way to present his pointings.
In this five minute video, Gangaji puts forth a very simplistic way at looking at and being who you are.
This short 8 minute video contains rare footage of Nisargadatta Maharaj. His most precious teaching is shared like… when he was asked “Why is it so important for us to realize our true nature?”, he responded with “Without realization, you world becomes filled with desires and fears, repeating themselves meaninglessly in endless suffering.” The message shared in this video is the basis for all of Mooji’s teachings or ANY other true Master’s pointings.
In this short video, Adyashanti shares the universal meaning behind the “I am” and how Jesus spoke of it and was completely misunderstood. We are speaking of the sense of “I” before we add anything to it. Everything that we add after “I am…” is simply a description of our sense of identity.
This 9 minute video gives us a quick glimpse of Rupert’s view of “Realization”.
This 10 minute video by Rupert Spira is a wonderful reminder of the true meaning of love and provides beautiful insights and confirmation.