In this short five minute video, Adyashanti talks to us about being truthful and honest with ourselves and others as a powerful tool to generate a feeling of peace within ourselves and others. What are your thoughts? Leave a comment below…
In this six minute video, A.H. Almaas tries to shed some light on the importance of individuality within a world where there is truly only one universal consciousness.
A.H. Almaas is the pen name of A. Hameed Ali (born 1944), an author and spiritual teacher who writes about and teaches an approach to spiritual development informed by modern psychology and therapy which he calls the Diamond Approach.
In this six minute audio clip, Alan Watts explains that when the Chinese say that life is purposeless, this is actually a compliment because all of life’s most treasured moments are purposeless. Let’s listen to the potential freedom in these words…
In this cute four minute animation we find Frick and Frack discussing the role of individuality and conditioning within a non-dual world. The beauty of using this format to convey this message is that it allows us to focus on the MESSAGE rather than the messenger. Let’s listen in on there little conversation…
This is Part 2 of this discussion of our true nature between Frick and Frack.
Here are the links to the other parts of this series:
Here’s a beautiful little eight minute video from a lovely being named Nada who shares with us a very profound message about the difference between spiritual experience and intellectual understanding.
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In this short four minute video clip, Jeff Foster speaks about how we really should see everything within us as divine and with total acceptance. He explains that if we were taught to see everything within us as a divine expression, that would be the end of violence towards ourselves and others.
Most of the time in our lives we are always looking for what’s next. In this lovely six minute video, Gangaji helps us to stop for a moment and discover what is here and now. Let’s listen in…
This six minute video is in a response to a very common question which wants to know, “How do I remain in a stateless state in a world of massive activity?” Gangaji explains that we do have the ability to quiet our minds and bodies but that true stillness is NOT a state, but rather a feature of our true nature.
In this seven minute video, Adyashanti addresses the issue of making decisions through enlightened action rather than the ego-mind. Adyashanti explores the connection between self-consciousness and enlightened action, and how by allowing yourself to be in the flow with existence, you can relieve yourself of all unnecessary suffering.
Here is a wonderful 5 minute guided meditation from Adyashanti called “The Open Space of Awareness”. In this guided meditation, Adyashanti leads you below your thoughts into the quieter dimension of being and the best thing is all you need is 5 minutes.
In this very short three minute video, Rupert reminds us that the nature of Awareness, the nature of what we ARE, is peace and happiness and that all that needs to be done to enjoy peace and happiness is to spend time with ourselves.
In this seven minute audio from Rupert Spira, he first explains how the imaginary separate self comes into existence, its natural life cycle, and the ultimate beginning of its demise.
Your own personal philosophy is a lens that you view life through, and it interprets and colors all of your experiences, creating your life. Adyashanti asks us to take a moment to reflect on the question: What philosophy am I entertaining at this moment right now?
In this twelve minute video, quotes are read from the book “I Am That” transcribed from talks by Nisargadatta Maharaj.
Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, a sage of the highest order, is a tremendously gifted teacher who spoke directly from the Absolute “pure Awareness, unborn Reality,” and thus from real spiritual authority.
This video is only two and a half minutes long but contains a huge and controversial message. In this short video, Papaji denies the existence of rebirth and karma and dismisses them as concepts for religions to instill fear and control their subjects.
Because Papaji can be a little difficult to understand, here is the word by word transcript:
Question: When freedom is always there and full awakening is possible here and now for everybody regardless of the background or any practice or personal circumstances what about karma? Can you please explain the idea of karma yoga rebirth in the context of the true freedom now.
Papaji Response: This talk of karma and rebirth do not belong to this area of freedom. That’s a very different question. That belongs to religion and not for the seeker of freedom. So this question is not relevant to seekers of truth. There’s no such karma and no such rebirth question. That belongs to religion: fear. That fear is created to you if you follow any teacher, or a preacher, or a priest. They give you this fear, “If you don’t follow you will be again and again reborn and suffer.” This is not the work of the Sadguru who removes all this old doubts and all these stupid concepts. He only shows you the way of happiness and freedom and he doesn’t joke with you. That’s a different affair.
In this seven minute video, Rupert responds to a questioner who wants to know if our everyday experience actually veils us from our true nature. Let’s listen to his intelligent and simple response…
Here’s a beautiful little eight minute video from a lovely being named Nada who shares with us a very profound message about unconditional love in relationships. Most of us relate “love” as some kind of feeling or action, but in reality, true unconditional love is simply synonymous with “acceptance” or “allowing”.
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In this 2 minute video, we find 20 quotes from Nisargadatta Maharaj which points to his core teachings. Nothing is needed other than the simple truths revealed in these quotes to reach the highest knowledge and understanding of who we truly are. You may need to keep the “pause” button handy as some of these quotes change a bit too fast 🙂