In this 4 minute video, Adyashanti speaks about the fear of letting go of collective consciousness which can often be a mental block to Awakening. We don’t want to let go of our basic human conditioning in fear that we will no longer be able to relate to the rest of the world. See what Adyashanti has to say about it…
In this short 4 minute video, Adyashanti explains that we can not put conditions on our search for “Truth” if we really want to get to the truth. Placing conditions confines the possibilities to fit only in our narrow view of what is possibly true, but perhaps the truth does not fit within the confines of those conditions at all. See what Adyashanti has to say…
In this short 4 minute video, Jac explains that Awakening is really a change in perception and that there are many other changes in perception along the way. She explains that the biggest error that is made which causes suffering is not really that we haven’t “Awakened” yet, but that we think there is something wrong with us because we haven’t “Awakened” yet.
In this short 4 minute video, comedian and actor Jim Carrey shares some words of wisdom based on his search for meaning, internal reflections and life experiences.
In this beautiful 3 1/2 minute video, Alan describes “Nothingness” as the Ultimate Reality of which you are. This is not a nothingness with the absence of all, but rather an indescribable Nothingness which contains the entire universe.
In this short 3 1/2 minute video, Alan shares a unique perspective on our decision making process and choice making.
In this 9 minute video, Rupert explains that because consciousness is infinite in nature and that time does not really exist, time and objects seemingly arise together in consciousness to create an apparent object or apparent event “in time”.
In this 8 minute video, Rupert explains why the mind keeps coming back even when “Awakening” has taken place.
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…
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…
In this short 5 STAR VIDEO from Deepak Chopra, Deepak answers questions relating to science’s view of consciousness, the true reality about consciousness, and ultimately the true reality of human beings and the universe.
In this 7 minute video, Adyashanti describes some misconceptions that cause the feeling of separation and how we can begin to find an intelligent approach to transition this illusion.
In this 10 minute video, Adyashanti explains “Being”. He reminds us of the inner knowing that while our body, thoughts, and emotions are totally different than they were years ago, there is something about us that hasn’t changed at all. He explains that this is a glimpse of our being and that this is the key to awakening.
In this 7 minute video, Bob Thurman (a recognized worldwide authority on religion and spirituality, asian history, world philosophy, Buddhist science, and Indo-Tibetan Buddhism) shares his reflections on the meaning of Enlightenment. These reflections show the views of a scholar’s understanding and point of view based on knowledge passed down through the centuries.
In this amazing 8 minute video, Rupert explains that Consciousness is ONE and that everything we think as having a separate existence exists primarily out of imagination that imagines it. The understanding of this answers most questions of the mind including the question “Why does God allow suffering?”
In this 8 minute video, Alan explains the importance of spending time here and now and yoga as the cessation of thinking.
This 10 minute video is a reflection on quotes of wisdom from Ramana Maharshi.
In this AMAZING 7 minute video, Rupert explains in super easy to understand language that there is no individual “entity” inside the body orchestrating the activities of that particular body and mind. This also leads to the conclusion that there is really no personal responsibility. This can be a very scary statement when taken out of context, but Rupert explains how this does not lead to behaving in irresponsible ways.