In this 5 minute video from Adyashanti, he talks about the concept that it is the mind’s game to be at odds with itself to insure its survival and dominance but that in each one of us there is also this spark of intuition that keeps us going on much deeper level of existence. Listen to how Adyashanti explains it…
In this thirteen minute video, Rupert Spira tries to explain the difference between a concept and a belief. He explains that the only thing that we can say for certain is real in any experience is Awareness (consciousness). Let’s listen in…
In this short five minute video, Gangaji invites us, if only for a moment, to call off the search and recognize the “Truth” that is already within us.
This 5 minute introspective moment from Jeff helps us to redirect our attention to what is living within us.
In this five minute video, Adyashanti explains that it is important to take the time to establish a foundation based in silence because our true revelations never come from the thinking process but rather from the still space of awareness that is always available. Relaxing into this foundational stillness allows for moments of revelation to find you.
In this short 3 1/2 minute video, Alan shares a unique perspective on our decision making process and choice making.
In this six minute video clip of Jac on the show “Never Not Here”, she explains that life’s “events” are truly only stories and that these stories are great fuel for the ego which can lead to suffering. The key is not to identify with the story and realize that the story is not happening to “you”. The story itself is not the problem, it is the identification with the story that causes suffering. See how Jac puts it…
In this six minute video, A.H. Almaas tries to shed some light on the importance of individuality within a world where there is truly only one universal consciousness.
A.H. Almaas is the pen name of A. Hameed Ali (born 1944), an author and spiritual teacher who writes about and teaches an approach to spiritual development informed by modern psychology and therapy which he calls the Diamond Approach.
In this ten minute audio, Alan explores the idea that human beings are actually a symptom of nature, inseparable from nature, in order to realize that to fight against nature or to try to control nature in any way is joke we are playing on ourselves.
In this very short 4 minute video, Adyashanti shares with us some wisdom on futility of struggle. The ending of this video is very funny and yet so very true.
In this 9 minute audio, a seeker declares that she is tired of all the talking and all the words that she has been listening to for many years and in describing this to Adyashanti comes to the realization that she is just addicted to struggle. This video is about the meaning (reason) behind that addiction.
In this seven minute clip, Adyashanti explores how impactful moments of realization help you to see a deeper reality about the profound, ever-present here and now — the most valuable place to be.
I this twelve minute video clip, Adyashanti helps us to understand and implement the core teachings of Nisargadatta Maharaj. This part focuses on the practice of abiding in the “I Am”. This is part one of a two part series.
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In this 5 minute video, Adyashanti speaks on the importance of letting go of resistance as one of the keys to freedom.
In this great little five minute video, Adyashanti reminds us of the consequences of our attachments and how attachments are essentially the root cause of suffering.
In this 5 minute video from Adyashanti, he explains that death should not be seen as something to fear since Enlightenment is intrinsically linked to death. Just as humans seem to get wiser as they grow old and increasingly closer to physical death, our awakening is directly related to the death of the separate self (ego).
In this 10 minute video from Jac, she expresses that once there are codes or methods of behavior that need to be followed for a spiritual practice then spirituality is being converted into a religion and the development of a “spiritual ego”. Because this type of ego normally comes with a sense of Self–righteousness, it can be one of the most difficult forms of ego to transcend.
In this short eight minute video, Francis Lucille responds to the question, “What is the best spiritual practice?” He explains that there’s one ingredient, only one consideration when one is weighing the effectiveness of a spiritual practice. Francis Lucille is a spiritual teacher of the tradition of Advaita Vedanta (non-duality).