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In this short seven minute video, Rupert explains how desire and fulfillment of desires work. He also explains a common misconception regarding the popular notion of manifesting desires.

In this video, Rupert uses his AMAZING logic and metaphors to explain that there is only one awareness. What makes it seem as many separate aware beings is only because of the limitations of the mind and senses.

In this 5 minute video, Adyashanti tries to describe the moment of “Realization”.

In this 8 minute video, Adyashanti speaks about the fact that nothing is outside of oneness. There is only “The One” (God, Consciousness, That…) but the mind is forever trying to prove that there is two.  It takes practically any thought, any event, any occurrence and uses it (as a prosecuting attorney would) to prove that there is “other” and most of the time it is trying to show that this “other” is not worthy of being part of the “One”.

This video clip is less than 3 minutes long but contains major wisdom.  Jac explains that all of our beliefs are based on the past, therefor they color our experience of the present based on events that are dead and gone. The fact is that none of our beliefs are necessary to experience the present as it really is.  See what Jac says about getting out of this trap…

In this super interesting video, Rupert helps us realize that Awareness is not located in the body alone.

In this beautiful short video, Maurizio asks some very interesting questions about the self from a scientific standpoint. Even science is coming to the conclusion that our beliefs in a separate self may be just an illusion.

In this short 5 minute video, Rupert explains that after awakening, desires do not necessarily just disappear but that the reason for the desires changes completely. See how he explains it…

This beautifully produced 6 minute video discusses how scientific discovery demonstrates that the entire UNI-VERSE is ONE.  Not that everything in the universe is connected somehow, but that it is actually all ONE, independent of space and time, exactly how the spiritual masters have been describing the nature of reality for thousands of years.

In this very simple to understand video from Rupert, he describes suffering as a messenger that lets us know each and every time we have taken ourselves to be other than what we truly are. It is a way for the mind to tell us that we are taking ourselves to be a separate self that is unhappy with a particular situation, much like a toothache is designed by the body to tell us that we need to take care of that physical problem.  Brilliant!

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In this short 7 minute video clip, Rupert explains that the states of deep sleep, dreaming and awakened are all modulations of the mind within an ever present “Awareness” which is always 100% present in all states.

In this 6 minute video, Adyashanti explains that over 90% of seekers or people trying to realize enlightenment or awakening don’t know the answer to this question. And, this question should be the first inquiry any seeker should reflect upon and answer before moving on to any other question…

This superb 11 minute video from Rupert Spira explains as clearly as possible using words how thought is ALWAYS describing what has already past or projecting in the future. Thought is an after effect and therefor can NEVER be about now.

In this fantastic fourteen minute video, Rupert gets to the heart of who/what we are which in turn completely destroys the fear of death.  This video not only reveals the cure to the fear of death, but is also an easy to understand description of what we have mistaken ourselves to be.

Here’s 5 minutes of humor from an “Enlightened” puppet to remind us not to take ourselves so seriously.

In this 8 minute video, Rupert explains why the mind keeps coming back even when “Awakening” has taken place.

In this super short 5 minute video, Alan provides food for thought surrounding the concept of purpose and how our mind reinforces this concept by using memory to string along moments of eternity to create the illusion of purpose.