In this short video, Adyashanti shares the universal meaning behind the “I am”. 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 3 and a half minute video has more wisdom then entire collections of books in describing the true nature of our reality.
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.
In this 5 minute video, Adyashanti does a great job in describing the imagined self and how we can begin to dismantle it. Short video, huge message.
In this 9 minute video, Rupert explains that most versions of meditation are seen as an activity of the mind or trying to achieve a state of inactivity of the mind which is a form of discipline of the mind that can be hard to achieve. Rupert explains that the highest form of meditation really requires no effort… listen to what he has to say…
This 10 minute video by Rupert Spira is a wonderful reminder of the true meaning of love and provides beautiful insights and confirmation.
In this short 5 minute video, Gangaji shares one of the simplest and most profound directives to getting more than what you want. One can never realize a state of peace when one is always searching for something they feel they do not have.
In this super short 2 minute video, Adyashanti makes a hugely important distinction which answers the very common question of “How Do I Stay As Awareness?”
This 9 minute video gives us a quick glimpse of Rupert’s view of “Realization”.
This beautifully produced seven minute video combines the wisdom of Mooji and Neale Donald Walsch on the subjects of Grace and Perfection. Sit back, relax and soak it all in.
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 four minute video, Alan says a few words about the mind’s addiction to thinking and the solution which is simply to take some time to watch the mind without engaging with it (leave the mind alone).
In this 7 minute video, Rupert describes the ingredients that are always present when we encounter any type of negative feelings such as jealousy, anxiety and so forth and then describes how it is possible to dismantle these feelings and return to a state of of joy and peace.
In this 4 minute video, Adyashanti speaks about the fear of letting go of collective consciousness which can often be a mental block to Awakening. We don’t want to let go of our basic human conditioning in fear that we will no longer be able to relate to the rest of the world. See what Adyashanti has to say about it…
In this short 7 minute video, Rupert explains that after the realization of our true nature, our relationships can change completely as we seek to share our inner happiness with another rather then seek it from others. This opens up the possibilities of true intimacy.
In this 7 minute video, Jeff offers some very practical advice for cutting off the power that thoughts seem to have over us. Whether we are searching for Enlightenment or seeking professional help, we are trying to find a way to control our thoughts or change our thoughts or eliminate some thoughts altogether. In this video we find out that none of these exhausting mental gymnastics are necessary for liberation from our thoughts.
In this five minute video, Gangaji puts forth a very simplistic way at looking at and being who you are.
In this AMAZING 7 minute video, Rupert explains in super easy to understand language that there is no individual “entity” inside the body orchestrating the activities of that particular body and mind. This also leads to the conclusion that there is really no personal responsibility. This can be a very scary statement when taken out of context, but Rupert explains how this does not lead to behaving in irresponsible ways.