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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 excellent 5 minute video Adyashanti explains that by recognizing our impersonal nature, we can discover the one reality that is beyond the imaginary self.

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…

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In this 10 minute video, Rupert explains that there is only Awareness and that it is only through Awareness knowing itself that life is experienced.  At first, this may seem difficult to understand until Rupert takes us step-by-step through the process and using metaphors to show that the mind truly does not know anything and that Awareness is always the only point of experience.

In this 10 minute video from Gangaji, she helps us to understand that most suffering comes from the belief in a story of being a victim of some kind and goes on to helping us to bring about the end to this type of suffering.

Adyanshanti explains that awareness is about being and not doing. Everything that has to do with “doing” is of the ego.

In this 10 minute video, Rupert explains that once the “self” is realized, there is no need to try to stop the attention from going out because it is realized that the attention is always operating from the source and never really leaves home.

This 10 minute video by Alan Watts provides some logical insight on the Universe being ONE.  He uses examples to show that what we believe to be inside and what is outside is actually two sides of the same coin. There is no real distinction between the two because there truly is only one. In the world of form, you can not have one without the other.

In this short 5 minute video clip from Rupert Spira, he does not “beat around the bush” and comes out and plainly states that Awareness does not need a body or a mind to know itself.  He goes on to explain that the body/mind does NOT experience anything, but rather that the body/mind is experienced. This video is worth every second to watch…

In this great 10 minute audio clip from Adyashanti, he talks to us about the true meaning of life and the miracle that life is in all moments.  This is one of the most direct and easy to follow discourses from Adyashanti on the groundwork for realizing the “Truth”.

In this short 3 minute video, Adyashanti describes how the development of the ego is a natural part of the development of the human psyche.

In this short 3 1/2 minute video, Alan shares a unique perspective on our decision making process and choice making.

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.

In this 11 minute video, Rupert responds to a questioner who is extremely confused on the how the concept of God fits in to the understanding of Non-Duality.  His explanation describes how there is nothing but God (Awareness), and his (its) name is “I”.

Jim Carrey has been expressing tidbits of his understanding of non-duality in the media lately and many are questioning his sanity. By the reaction of the media we find that perhaps the world at large is not ready to hear this message. However, in this nine minute video, a young man named Prince Ea explains what Jim Carey meant in these interviews in a very easy to understand format for the masses. Is it possible that this will become common knowledge in the near future?

This 7 minute video offers translations from Nisargadatta Maharaj, a modern day master. He explains that ultimately we are our own guru and that we need to realize that place that is beyond the “I am”.