In this super interesting video, Rupert helps us realize that Awareness is not located in the body alone.
Here’s 5 minutes of humor from an “Enlightened” puppet to remind us not to take ourselves so seriously.
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 9 minute audio, a seeker declares that she is tired of all the talking and all the words that she has been listening to for many years and in describing this to Adyashanti comes to the realization that she is just addicted to struggle. This video is about the meaning (reason) behind that addiction.
In this 7 minute video, Rupert intelligently expresses his view on what is illusion and what is real.
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.
This great 8 minute video from Rupert talks about the mind’s transition from focusing on outward objects as it has done all of its life, to inner focusing which provides peace and joy. This is an ongoing process where it begins to fall in love with the inner self until eventually it prefers to abide in the self more and more.
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…
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.
In this 8 minute video, Peter explains that meditation doesn’t have to be as structured as some practices describe. He also touches on how to work through pain and suffering through meditation and the difference between meditation and mindfulness.
In this super short 2 minute video, Gangaji shares with us that perhaps the best answer to “What is Enlightenment?” is to actually give up all definitions surrounding the concept of enlightenment. Great video of this often asked question.
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 6 minute interview with Jac O’Keeffe in Arunachala, she explains that she spent years doing a lot of “New Age” practices and can now say that all of these practices actually led her further and further from the “Truth”.
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…
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.
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.