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In this super short video by Rupert Spira, he explains that believing in Advaita or Non-Duality can often just be the ego masquerading as understanding.  The realization of the “Truth” is not about believing in anything but rather an inner realization that becomes the foundation for who/what we are. Very short video but extremely important to understand.

This 5 minute video from Alan maybe short but it packs a serious punch.  As a form of reality check, Alan starts with the assumption of the big bang and leads us through a logical look at our role within the creation of the universe and how this translates into our true reality as human beings.

In this 10 minute video clip from Rupert, he responds to a questioner wanting to know “who” exactly is this separate self and do we have free will or not.  Listen to Rupert’s reply…

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 great little interview of Ramesh Balsekar by Stephen Wolinsky, they discuss the relationship between Ramesh and Nisargadatta Maharaj and what he believes was the central message of his teachings.

Ramesh Balsekar and Stephen Wolinsky are both disciples of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj.  Balsekar also became one of Maharaj’s favorite translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

This is a beautiful 11 minute video clip from Rupert in which he shares the implications of “Realization” (Awakening) and what it means in our daily lives including the understanding of “Love”.

In this superb 7 minute video clip from Stephen Wolinsky, he explains what a spiritual teacher should be and how to find the best teacher for you.

Stephen H. Wolinsky, Ph.D., (Narayan) is a direct disciple of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and lived in India and Asia for more than six and a half years. He has taught Self-Enquiry and Kashmir Shaivism (Tantra) from 1982 to the present.

In this 8 minute video from Rupert, he responds to a questioner who wants to know why God or the Life Force allows so many conflicts and even war.  Rupert explains that there is only one root cause and that until we are able to address war and conflict at its root issue, wars and conflicts will continue indefinitely.

In this very short two and a half minute clip, Rupert is presented with a question about how it is possible to use thoughts and words to give us a glimpse of our true nature when thoughts and words can truly only point to an object. Let’s listen to Rupert’s brilliant reply…

This lovely 10 minute audio bring to us an introduction to Jnani and Non-Dual Master Nisargadatta Maharaj featuring outstanding quotes from the book, “I Am That”.

This 9 minute video gives us a quick glimpse of Rupert’s view of “Realization”.

What is this thing called “self”? Does it actually exist? In this deeply penetrating satsang on the central teaching of the Buddha, Adyashanti invites a direct investigation and experience of who we are.

In this short 5 minute video, Rupert explains that on a body mind level there is an infinite potential for “Personal” growth after “Realization”.  In the realm of form, evolution and growth are built in ingredients that go on for as long as the form exists.

This 10 minute video is a reflection on quotes of wisdom from Ramana Maharshi.

This 10 minute clip is part 1 of a 4 part interview with Rupert Spira focuses on dismantling the first fundamental illusion that we are the body/mind.  Although this clip can stand on its own, there are three more parts to this interview.

To view them click on the following links:

Part 2 – Consciousness is Not Personal

Part 3 – Exploring the Apparent Conflict Within

Part 4 – Consciousness is the Nature of Experience

In this short five minute video clip from Rupert, he expresses that “Awareness” (God, Self) says “yes” to everything which is the ultimate definition of unconditional love, however, this does not mean that there is not room for a “no” from the mind to unacceptable situations.  Wonderful message!

This very short (less than 4 minutes) video clip from Rupert starts out by answering a question regarding the difference between solipsism and non-duality. In the process it reveals an amazing realization that awareness never experiences a multiplicity or diversity of objects.

This wonderful 10 minute video is the reading of a beautiful poem from Papaji as performed by Satyashanti.  This poem, Self, comes from the book, The Truth Is, a collection of poems and conversations with H.W.L. Poonja, also affectionately known as Papaji.  This poem contains all that needs to be known for Awakening to the one and only “Self”.