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In this amazing 8 minute video clip from Rupert Spira, we explore how it is possible to direct our attention towards source (the self, awareness) and come to realize that it is not possible to place our attention on awareness because awareness IS the source of attention.  This may sound like a riddle at first but by spending only 8 minutes with Rupert, we can come to stand knowingly as the awareness itself.

In this superb 7 minute video clip from Stephen Wolinsky, he explains what a spiritual teacher should be and how to find the best teacher for you.

Stephen H. Wolinsky, Ph.D., (Narayan) is a direct disciple of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and lived in India and Asia for more than six and a half years. He has taught Self-Enquiry and Kashmir Shaivism (Tantra) from 1982 to the present.

Here is an interesting compilation featuring clips of Rupert Spira and Alan Watts explaining that there is nothing but one ever-present Awareness.  We ARE that!

This short 4 minute video reminds us of the words spoken by Nisargadatta Maharaj on how he came to realize the nature of reality.

In this amazing 9 minute video,  Rupert Spira explains the answer to a most common question of wanting to know “who” is it exactly that can realize the “self”, or realize the “truth”?  Another way to put this question is, “If the “person” is a fictitious entity, then how can awareness know about itself?” Listen to the answer provided by Rupert…

This wonderful 6 minute video clip from Adyashanti focuses in creating space within the mind in order to release the bondage the mind experiences tied to events, emotions and feelings. He explains that without this space, you really have no choice and no options (even though it may appear as if you do).

This short 4 minute video from Jeff Foster is a beautiful reminder that we are not our thoughts about ourselves and that we are like a mirror which only reflects the beauty and perfection which is always emanating out of “Source”.

Here is a wonderful eight minute video of images and quotes of Ramana Maharshi’s teachings. Ramana Maharshi (Maha or great, Rishi or Enlightened Being) was the awe inspiring sage who’s presence graced the renowned sacred Arunachala hill during much of the 20th century.

In this short 5 minute video, Jac responds to a question from Richard Miller (host of Never Not Here) about the statement that we hear fairly often which says, “Nothing is Really Happening”.

In this extremely insightful 4 minute video clip from Rupert, he explains the answer to the question, “If there is nobody there, if there’s nobody responsible, if there is no chooser or decider or doer, then doesn’t that open us to the possibility of totally irresponsible behavior?”  See what Rupert has to say…

This 5 minute video from Jeff Foster focuses on the problems of looking for happiness from a world that changes constantly, and places special emphasis on why relationships can be so volatile because of this tendency.

In this 8 minute video from Rupert, he responds to a questioner who wants to know why God or the Life Force allows so many conflicts and even war.  Rupert explains that there is only one root cause and that until we are able to address war and conflict at its root issue, wars and conflicts will continue indefinitely.

In this 13 minute video clip from Rupert Spira, he shows us THE most direct path to realizing our true nature. There is an endless variety of paths like the many forms of Yoga and Meditation that can be performed by the body/mind, but the reality is that they are not necessary and most often ineffective at revealing our true nature.  This is a must see video…

In this short 5 minute video clip from Rupert Spira, he does not “beat around the bush” and comes out and plainly states that Awareness does not need a body or a mind to know itself.  He goes on to explain that the body/mind does NOT experience anything, but rather that the body/mind is experienced. This video is worth every second to watch…

In this eight minute video clip of Jac on the show “Never Not Here”, she explains her “journey” from a young age into psychotherapy for many years which eventually led to her search through a multitude of “spiritual” practices, but that it wasn’t until she spent a significant amount of time by herself that lead to the falling away of her illusions.

In this excellent 7 minute video from Adyashanti, he drives home the point that our mind is making up about 99% of all the experiences we have and then offers up the option that there is an alternative to the interpretive network of the mind—and invites us to experience this for ourselves.

This short 5 minute video clip from Jeff Foster explains that emotions, feelings and sensations are never personal or impersonal but rather only a form of energy that we personalize by adding false labels and identifying with it.  Having the ability to recognize this can dramatically affect the response we have, if indeed there is any response necessary at all.  See what Jeff has to say about this…

Here is a wonderful 6 minute guided meditation from Adyashanti called “There is Only Truth”.  Adyashanti guides you to the realization that unity is ever-present, and all that is required of you is a stepping back from the belief that unity isn’t already existing here and now. Just sit back, relax and enjoy!