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For anyone who has been on a spiritual search for any length of time, we often run across this saying that there is “nothing we can do to realize the self”. In this eight minute video from Rupert Spira, he tackles this issue and provides an intelligent and wise response which helps us understand the paradox between this saying and the tendency to want to do something.

In this little five minute video from Adyashanti, he explains that we are the dynamic nothingness which is at the root of All That Is in the known universe.

In this really great ten minute clip from Adyashanti, he explains that the one who is searching for Awakening can never wake up, but rather it is the one that lies dormant within everyone that wakes up to itself. Let’s listen to this wise pointing…

In this recent nine minute video, Rupert responds to the question, “how do scientific discoveries relate to the ‘consciousness only’ model?” He starts out by explaining that because all scientific data is “tainted” by the mind of the observer, this creates limitations that can not be overcome using the “matter only” model. Let’s listen to his well presented reply…

Jim Carrey has been expressing tidbits of his understanding of non-duality in the media lately and many are questioning his sanity. By the reaction of the media we find that perhaps the world at large is not ready to hear this message. However, in this nine minute video, a young man named Prince Ea explains what Jim Carey meant in these interviews in a very easy to understand format for the masses. Is it possible that this will become common knowledge in the near future?

This eight minute clip is Part 3 of 3 of an intimate conversation with Tony Parsons on the subject of non-duality. Tony offers a rather different and what some may call “radical” look at the oneness of all.

Tony Parsons is the author of the book, “The Open Secret” and gives talks and facilitates investigation and discussion on the nature of Advaita Vedanta and non-dualism. He works both in the UK and internationally and his books are published in many countries.

For Part 1 click here.
For Part 2 click here.

This seven minute clip is Part 2 of 3 of an intimate conversation with Tony Parsons on the subject of non-duality. Tony offers a rather different and what some may call “radical” look at the oneness of all.

Tony Parsons is the author of the book, “The Open Secret” and gives talks and facilitates investigation and discussion on the nature of Advaita Vedanta and non-dualism. He works both in the UK and internationally and his books are published in many countries.

For Part 1 click here.
For Part 3 click here.

This eleven minute clip is Part 1 of 3 of an intimate conversation with Tony Parsons on the subject of non-duality. Tony offers a rather different and what some may call “radical” look at the oneness of all.

Tony Parsons is the author of the book, “The Open Secret” and gives talks and facilitates investigation and discussion on the nature of Advaita Vedanta and non-dualism. He works both in the UK and internationally and his books are published in many countries.

For Part 2 click here.
For Part 3 click here.

In this 10 minute video from Jeff Foster, he points us to the realization that there is only life and we are that life. All of this time when we have felt other than that, was only God playing hide-and-seek with itself. Lets all listen to these words and contemplate our true nature…

This cute ten minute animation does a fantastic job at exposing the ridiculousness of absolute non-dual views when accepted at face value. This video demonstrates that even though all-that-is may appear out of one source, one must also consider a certain validity to the world of form which our senses experience on a day to day basis.

In this six minute video clip from Jeff Foster, we take a closer look at the shortcomings of strict non-dual views and realize that perhaps the role of “Awakening” in our lives is more about the ability to “honor the wave while knowing the ocean.”

In this extremely interesting five minute video from Deepak Chopra, he responds to the question, “Can the study of consciousness be the interface between science and spirituality?” Deepak explains that modern science is based on false beliefs (by the scientists) which render the current theories and assumptions ultimately invalid in explaining the true nature of the universe. Let’s listen in on his logical explanation…

In this wonderful little five minute video clip from Rupert Spira, he explains that a spiritual inquiry or search should only be done for the complete joy of it, and that making a discipline or practice out of it is almost blasphemous or disrespectful to the universe.

In this super interesting thirteen minute video from Rupert Spira, we dive in to the concept of time and eternity in order to gain a deeper understanding of the mind’s view of time and eternity versus our actual experience of these concepts as Awareness itself.

In this seven minute video from Rupert Spira, he offers us a bit of advice on how to incorporate our non-dual understanding into our decision making process. If one is truly living a spontaneous life, the issue of decision making does not really come up very much as most decisions are made spontaneously as a certainty of movement in the moment, but this advice can help when it seems that a decision needs to be made and the answer has not come forth.

In this nine minute video, Jeff responds to a questioner who sincerely wants to know why after so many years of introspection and self work, her feelings of sadness, anger, fear, and doubt have not healed yet.

Here is a beautiful five minute audio set to music where Lisa Cairns shares a special look into living in the moment and love as the essence of life. Adjust your sound and enjoy…

In this eight minute audio, Alan gives us a lot to think about when we realize that everything that can be known to us in the universe can only be known from a human perspective. Let’s listen in on this little treat for the intellect…