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.
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…
In this super short 3 minute video from Jac, she explains that often what is labeled as contentment is not contentment at all, but rather a fabrication of the ego for its own selfish reasons. This short video shows us one of the many ways the ego can use the most seemingly auspicious practices to fuel its own survival.
In this short 4 minute video, Adyashanti explains that because of the distinct possibility of taking spiritual teachings as containing the reality of “Truth” itself, it is better to look at spiritual teachings as strategies for awakening.
In this very interesting 5 minute video, Non-duality teacher Richard Sylvester talks about the difference between our night time dreams and our daily “reality” to arrive at the conclusion that they are extremely similar other than that our daily “reality” is more consistent in nature.
In this short 5 minute video, Jeff uses the metaphor of the movie screen (or TV screen) to drive home the point that we are like a blank screen in which the dream of “my life” plays out. Although this metaphor has been used extensively by Rupert Spira and others, Jeff brings us a fresh spin on it by including love into the picture.
In this 10 minute video, Rupert explains love as it relates to the love of others. First he starts out by helping a questioner understand her feelings in the death of her mother and then goes on to help her understand the role of love in every day relationships.
In this very short three minute video, Gangaji explains that although some people may feel like she is their guru (or may feel she is portraying an image of a guru), she does not see it that way at all. She goes on to explain that for her it is about meeting people where they are and helping them to recognize the truth of who they are. Let’s listen…
In this seven minute video, Adyashanti tries to show that in the world of duality that we live in, every moment offers a choice that can take us in very different directions of experience. With this realization, one can observe these choices and create a much different world for ourselves.
This six minute video from Adyashanti explores the subject of uncertainty. Though most of us find uncertainty to cause unbalance, unease and anxiety, Adyashanti encourages us to welcome uncertainty and the unknown into our lives because this is where our true nature resides.
This two minute clip introduces Rupert Spira and John J. Prendergast, PhD for those who don’t know who they are. This 4 part mini series is a discussion about the integration of non-duality and modern day therapy.
In this great little six minute video, Neale Donald Walsch explains what needs to change within us to cause an end to life’s “struggles”. He explains that its not about giving up anything or making any major changes in life other that one twist in recognition and understanding.
In this short five minute video, Adyashanti talks to us about being truthful and honest with ourselves and others as a powerful tool to generate a feeling of peace within ourselves and others. What are your thoughts? Leave a comment below…
In this beautifully produced five minute video, we find Alan Watts sharing wisdom regarding the illusion of memory. Most people use memory to define who they are which is ridiculous since the past is dead and gone. Alan suggests that perhaps if we must define ourselves in some way, we must start with the present.
In this lovely little six minute video, Gangaji talks to us about the importance of not closing ourselves off after heartbreak and realize the love that we ARE so we can continue to love beyond any heartbreak. Let’s listen…
In this 6 minute video, Jeff expresses that the whole movement to “live in the now” as promoted by Eckhart Tolle and others turns “Living in Now” as a goal that we should strive for. He explains that this is mostly futile advice since in reality we ARE the now and we can be nothing other than now. Of course, the point he is missing is that “living in the now” is about directing our “Attention” to the now instead of letting our minds drift into daydreams of the past or future, but for the most part the principles he discusses are still true and valuable.