In this 11 minute video, Rupert goes into a fairly detailed description of how our feelings are created and how we can use this knowledge to dismantle the feelings into nothingness.
In this very short four minute video clip from Deepak Chopra, he answers a question about the essential nature of existence.
In thirteen minutes, this well edited compilation offers the wisdom of three modern day spiritual teachers (Gurus) on the subject of suffering, how suffering is created and what we can do about it. Let’s listen in ….
This video is a wonderful five minute guided meditation by the one who basically wrote the book on meditation. In this beautiful guided meditation from Adyashanti, he offers guidance on using the breath, releasing control of thinking, and being open and available so that what’s really true can be revealed spontaneously.
In this sixteen minute video with Rupert Spira, a seeker explains that he feels that psychedelic drugs help him gain access to his true self by experiencing a state of no-mind. Rupert explains and demonstrates that we ALWAYS at ANY MOMENT have direct access to our true self. Let’s listen…
Here is a wonderful 5 minute guided meditation from Adyashanti called “The Vast Space”. In this guided meditation, Adyashanti leads you below your thoughts into the quieter dimension of being and the best thing is all you need is 5 minutes.
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In this short video, Rupert explains how we view and interact with the world after “Awakening”. Where as before realization, we view the world as separate and how each interaction and activity can be of benefit to us, after realization our motives for interactions and activities become very different.
This eight minute video from Alan Watts focuses on Zen teachings to explain the nature of reality, the nature of fear, and how our personal reality can change from the realization that all life is a magnificent illusion and that we are all “That”, the play of the one great energy.
In this eight minute video clip of Jac on the show “Never Not Here”, she explains her “journey” from a young age into psychotherapy for many years which eventually led to her search through a multitude of “spiritual” practices, but that it wasn’t until she spent a significant amount of time by herself that lead to the falling away of her illusions.
In this 8 minute video from Alan, we find him sharing his usual wit and wisdom. This particular clip focuses on the illusion of the ego and man’s never end quest to get rid of it. Let’s listen in…
In this wonderful five minute video, Gangaji explains that for decades she had been searching for fulfillment and had no LASTING success until she found a teacher that was willing to point out that true fulfillment can only be realized once the search is given up. Let’s listen to this very interesting video…
In this lovely seven minute reminder, Adyashanti points to a way of perceiving reality that is beyond the filter of our beliefs and judgments. It’s really not hard to do. Let’s listen to his advice…
In this short 7 minute video clip, Rupert explains that the states of deep sleep, dreaming and awakened are all modulations of the mind within an ever present “Awareness” which is always 100% present in all states.
In this eye opening 6 minute message from Alan Watts, he exposes the ridiculous belief in a “Game of Life” that has been designed to keep society moving in an orderly and business like fashion.
This eleven minute clip is Part 1 of 3 of an intimate conversation with Tony Parsons on the subject of non-duality. Tony offers a rather different and what some may call “radical” look at the oneness of all.
Tony Parsons is the author of the book, “The Open Secret” and gives talks and facilitates investigation and discussion on the nature of Advaita Vedanta and non-dualism. He works both in the UK and internationally and his books are published in many countries.
In this short five minute video, Rupert helps us to understand that happiness is not something that comes and goes, but rather something that is ever-present by recognizing that unhappiness is not the opposite of happiness. Let’s listen carefully…
In this wisdom filled thirteen minute audio clip, A.G. Krishnamurti shatters many of the widely accepted assumptions about human beings and their relationship with the world. If you don’t have an open mind, you may want to skip this video, however, if you are interested in the truth about ourselves, you will want to listen intently. Let’s get started…
Uppaluri Gopala Krishnamurti, known as U. G. Krishnamurti, was an Indian philosopher who questioned enlightenment. Although many considered him an “enlightened” person, Krishnamurti often referred to his state of being as the “natural state”.