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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 short four minute video, Alan says a few words about the mind’s addiction to thinking and the solution which is simply to take some time to watch the mind without engaging with it (leave the mind alone).

In this little five minute video from Adyashanti, he explains that we are the dynamic nothingness which is at the root of All That Is in the known universe.

Your own personal philosophy is a lens that you view life through, and it interprets and colors all of your experiences, creating your life. Adyashanti asks us to take a moment to reflect on the question: What philosophy am I entertaining at this moment right now?

In this six minute video clip, Gangaji takes a few minutes to remind us that the only thing we need to do to refresh in our true position is simply to STOP doing, even if its only for a moment. Let’s take a peek…

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 nine minute video, Jac O’Keeffe reminds us that the reason that “Create Your Own Reality” methods sometimes give the illusion of working is that ones desires can often be an intuitive preview of what is to come in the apparent sequential story of “me”.

In this great seven minute video, Gangaji explains that the reason most of us have a hard time shaking off the need (desire, search) for safety and security is because it is hard-wired into all of sentient life. However, through the understanding of our true nature, we come to realize that this is only another concept that can either be experienced or transcended.

In this short four minute video clip, Jeff Foster speaks about how we really should see everything within us as divine and with total acceptance. He explains that if we were taught to see everything within us as a divine expression, that would be the end of violence towards ourselves and others.

In this ten minute video, Rupert Spira brings to light the “Knowing” aspect of all experience. Rupert explains that without this “Knowing” aspect, nothing could be known, therefore, nothing could be experienced. Let’s listen to his explanation…

In this short video from Jeff Foster, he explains what is meant by the saying that when the person drops, only space remains. That’s a beautiful concept, but what does it really mean when “only space remains.” Here is his explanation…

It’s always good to have a different perspective. Francis Lucille has a huge following and unique way to present his pointings.

In this sixteen minute video, Adyashanti helps us understand the fear many people experience on the discovery of our own true nature and offers some suggestions and advice on how to deal with it and push past almost any fear we may have.

In this five minute video, Adyashanti discusses how we can become our own resource for peace and well being by discovering the you that is OK, even when you’re not OK.

In this eleven minute video, Rupert reminds us of the differences between the simple recognition of Awareness, Enlightenment and the integration of this new understanding into our everyday lives.

This is a lovely and short 10 minute guided meditation from Rupert to help us explore our own sense of being and the “I am” principle. Just sit back, relax and enjoy!

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 six minute video, Neal explores the moral question “Do I have the right to be happy if it will make someone else unhappy?”  Let’s listen in on what Neal has to say…