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What don’t we want to change? What are we not willing to lose? What are we hiding from? In this very interesting short 12 minute video, Gangaji examines how our superstitious minds are afraid to expose our deepest fears about what we might lose if we really tell the truth.

In this lovely little two minute reminder, Jac O’Keeffe explains that once one is in the “awakened state” most of the time, it becomes much easier to turn everything over to the “Real” self.  Let’s see what she is talking about…

In this very interesting 5 minute clip, a man asks about consciousness’s ability to experience multiple minds simultaneously.  Let’s listen to what Rupert had to say about that…

In this interesting 5 minute video, Gangaji speaks about how we try to keep peace and freedom, or the things we like about ourselves, and try to change what we don’t like. She examines what is underneath our desire to change or keep anything, the freedom that is life—naturally, effortlessly, changelessly.  Let’s listen to what she has to say…

In this fantastic 30 minute meditation we begin by contemplating ‘I’, the name anything that knows itself gives to itself. We recognize that the awareness of our self is simply awareness’s knowledge of itself and ask, ‘Do I, awareness, find any limit in myself?’ We discover that the world appears within and is made of our self, infinite and eternal awareness.

Most of us have regrets. We’ve all made mistakes in life. But can we transform our regrets into a revised way of life? Let’s listen as Nada offers us an alternative way to deal with regret and implement a more positive way to turn a negative into a positive.

This question in this revealing 11 minute video was initially posed by Adyashanti, who teaches from the perspective of non-duality. When we interact with others… even when we simply think of others.. are we coming from a sense of separateness or a sense of connectedness? Let’s find out what Nada has to say…

In this enlightening 6 minute video, David Godman explains the answer to the question, “What kind of challenges can one expect while practicing non-dual teachings?”  His reply is based on the teaching of RAMANA MAHARSHI.  Let’s listen..

In the last 30 years David Godman has written or edited 16 books on topics related to Sri Ramana Maharshi, his teachings and his followers.

In this 3 minute video, Gangaji invites you to fall into yourself. Falling into yourself means surrendering what you don’t know about yourself, and that is a radical challenge because we are taught not to fall. Let’s listen as Gangaji shares this important message…

In this final podcast of the year host, Barbara Denempont invites all listeners to a short clip from Gangaji on the invitation to fall into yourself. She invites us to think about “Falling into yourself is really the same as surrendering to yourself. It is a surrender to what you don’t know about yourself.”  Let’s listen as she explains…

In this wonderful 10 minute guided mediation, Gautam helps us to explore the true meaning of “Faith” and the meaning as it applies to our daily life.

Gautam Sachdeva speaks and writes on the subject of Advaita (non-duality). He writes with a specific focus on peace of mind in daily living. He spent over nine years in close association with renowned Advaita sage Ramesh Balsekar, assisting him with the editing and publishing of some of his books. Ramesh’s guru was Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, whose famed book I Am That is considered a modern spiritual classic. With the blessings of Ramesh, Gautam went on to write books based on his experience with the teaching. He also shares his experiential understanding of Advaita during talks with groups of like-minded people, with the specific focus of ‘peace of mind in daily living’.

 

In this revealing 15 minute video, a man asks for assistance with understanding that experience is made of awareness. Let’s listen as Rupert replies to this man by taking him step by step through a series of questions that leads him to the answer he is looking for…

In this 7 minute clip from a 2020 online weekend, Gangaji examines what self-inquiry really is, and how it can be relevant for you, in your life, in this time. In the moment of true inquiry, there is a surrender to the deepest mystery of who you are.

As the new year approaches, we can to shift our focus from what we think we need to fix, and give our full attention to what is already whole and perfect. In this 13 minute podcast, Gangaji speaks of the catalyst for a deeper awakening—the willingness to “unlearn” and open to what is fresh, alive, and who you are. Not a concept or memory of who you are, but as a true, living freshness.

In this awesome 8 minute video from Rupert Spira, a man asks about the process of exposing feelings to the light of awareness.  Let’s listen to Rupert’s wisdom in his answer…

In this important 13 minute video, a man who is flooded with peace since the recognition of his true nature asks about the process of integration over time. Rupert explains…

In this revealing 16 minute video, David Godman explains how he came to be a devotee of Ramana Maharshi. In the last 30 years David Godman has written or edited 16 books on topics related to Sri Ramana Maharshi, his teachings and his followers.

In this important 10 minute video, Gautam shares some quotes of Siddharameshwar Maharaj that impacted him deeply. Siddharameshwar Maharaj was Nisargadatta Maharaj’s Guru.

In this revealing 4 minute video, a woman asks why consciousness would want to localise as the world?  Why does it need to manifest?  These are very common questions with very simple answers.  Let’s listen to Rupert’s response… 

In this brilliant 9 minute video, a man asks about sensitivity to others’ emotions and suffering.  Rupert explains that this is what is called compassion and purely natural.  He explains the mechanics behind it all…

In this superb 9 minute video, a woman says she is fearful of death and asks Rupert for guidance.  Lets listen as Rupert leads this woman to the answer within…