In this very short 4 minute video, Adyashanti shares with us some wisdom on futility of struggle. The ending of this video is very funny and yet so very true.
In this 8 minute video, Rupert explains why the mind keeps coming back even when “Awakening” has taken place.
In this short 4 minute video, Adyashanti speaks on the fact that the Ego can’t outsmart the Ego and escape itself. The only way to render the ego powerless is to surrender everything because the ego lives on struggle.
Here’s 5 minutes of humor from an “Enlightened” puppet to remind us not to take ourselves so seriously.
In this 10 minute video clip from Rupert Spira, he again tries to drive home the point that what you are can not be affected in any way by anything at any time. There is nothing to do, nothing to change, nothing to transcend, it is already so.
Coming from a world of science and philosophy, Alan offers the same exact description of the true “I” or true “Self” as most of the ancient and modern day spiritual teachers and guides. There is only the One, the One is All and you (we, I) are all that One.
In this 7 minute video, Rupert expresses that there are 3 legitimate reasons for using thought and the mind and that pretty much all other thoughts are on behalf of an illusory self. This provides a simple guide to help us identify the times when we may be getting lost in an illusory self and return our attention back to reality.
Many believe that thinking is the problem that creates a sense of a separate self. In this super short two minute clip, Rupert explains that there is no problem, and that no amount of thinking can be the cause for a separate self because there IS NO separate self. See how Rupert puts it…
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 short 3 minute video, Alan reminds us that in nature “letting go” seems to be the natural order of things and that we can actually empower ourselves by letting go.
In this beautifully produced 5 minute clip, several spiritual and scientific leaders describe the importance for humans to realize the importance of consciousness and the understanding that at the heart of man’s true nature lies the secrets of consciousness itself.
In this great 7 minute video from Rupert, he answers the common question of whether there is something to do to realize the self or not. The answer will may surprise you… listen to what Rupert has to say…
Here you will find a well produced video of quotes and wisdom from Nisargadatta Maharaj, one of the greatest modern day masters and Jnani.
In this 8 minute video, Rupert explains that in order for one to discover the true cause of conflicts in their relationships, one must realize who/what they are. He goes on to say that in all cases of conflict with others, one can find wrong identification at its root. See how Rupert explains it…
In this super short 3 minute video featuring an audio clip from Alan Watts we are asked to think about the mistake that is made in our society between our measuring devices and confusing them with what ACTUALLY makes things happen. Let’s listen in on Alan as he explains…
In this excellent 5 minute video Adyashanti explains that by recognizing our impersonal nature, we can discover the one reality that is beyond the imaginary self.
This 8 minute audio clip from Adyashanti helps us to understand that our parents are not the cause of our suffering in the present moment. They may have caused a lot of pain and suffering in the past, but to continue to suffer for their actions in the present moment is a choice that we make by reliving the past over and over again. Of course, the same applies to friends, relatives and even enemies.
In this AMAZING video, Rupert explains in super clear language the process from infancy where we are fully merged with the outside world, through the development of the ego, and into the realization of consciousness as the true essence of our reality.