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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2015/01/insights-at-edge-podcast-wtami-simon.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=710GtaTvy-Qendofvid [starttext]Embracing the World: Resurrecting Jesus – Tami Simon interviews author & teacher, Adyashanti.

Adyashanti speaks with Tami Simon about his understanding of the story of Jesus. Adyashanti is an American-born teacher trained in the Zen tradition who teaches today about the process of spiritual awakening. With Sounds True, his latest project is a book and audio program called Resurrecting Jesus: Embodying the Spirit of a Revolutionary Mystic. In this episode, Adya examines the deep mythic underpinnings of the story of Jesus and how it can serve as a map of awakening. He also talks about Jesus as a revolutionary figure, how the metaphor of the crucifixion helped him process his own experience with intense physical pain, and the redemptive power of love to restore us to our natural state. (79 minutes)[endtext]

Insights At The Edge Podcast w/Tami Simon ~Adyashanti

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2014/09/wake-up-and-roar-guthema-roba.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YP1ZHT9ZtYEendofvid [starttext]
Guthema Roba speaks about his love affair with Life, on rising every day and being intoxicated with Life.

Cezarina asks him, "How can I go deeper and find the depth of my wondrousness, my magical being? What does it take to have that relationship - to fall in love with self?" As you listen to Guthema you may notice, as we did, that his way of speaking is very poetic - and delightfully intoxicating!

"Poetry is writing itself through me ... it is moving through me on its own, and this movement goes on continuously.

Buy Guthema's book "Wake Up and Roar" [endtext]

Wake up and Roar ~Guthema Roba

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnH7dy83Nacendofvid [starttext] "Tuning into your own internal guidance system, helps one to better navigate life. Learning how to listen to one's inner knowing, to the wisdom of the heart is the key."

"My passion is to help inspire, support and celebrate with others to live our common essence as Love and Unity with all life. My work is based upon living as authenticity, and shares common elements with the worlds 'non dual' wisdom teachings, mirroring those aspects which have been a part of my own self-exploration.

We can only long for what we already know to be true, somewhere deep inside. The shift that happens when what has always been true moves from the background (covered up by mind) to the foreground reveals our birthright: that we are all of Life, and not separate from it. The experience of feeling separate from life is a time-bound, limited perception that can be dissolved. Simply an innocent function of the mind, feelings of separation can be deeply looked into and seen through. Being drawn home is the natural evolutionary cycle.

I call this work Transformation through Presence, as that is what in my mind occurs. We (as manifest reality), transform (mind, body, habits, all things affected by believing in separation), by remembering what we are -- Life, God, spirit, presence, or awareness, whatever you want to call it -- and that what we are is the true transformational power, full of inherent wisdom.

What we are is awake, alive Presence. Becoming aware that we are aware, is being awake to this presence. In my Invitation to Remembering meetings, and in my one on one sessions, I offer guidance in pointing to the awake presence that we are, assisting in dismantling structures of belief which may be in the way of someone realizing the truth of their being. My other area of expertise is in assisting those who are already integrating awakening in their life, and who desire support and assistance in navigating the new perception of Unity, which is our natural state of being.

This journey into the heart of what is true began as a child. I noticed that the adults around me were not always being authentic, which had a great impact on me. Gradually the world that I knew as whole began to take on the hypnotic dream of separation that those around me existed in. I was painfully aware by ten that something was changing which I tried to give voice to, and for which I had no support or understanding. What was occurring was that the experience of Unity was ebbing. As soon as it started to fade, I went on the search for that lost part.

As a child I lived in various European countries, resulting in the experience of having to learn several different languages from scratch in a short period of time. Out of necessity, and an innate interest in what people are really communicating, an ability to understand the energetics of language itself, and what is really being said beyond words (an intuitive faculty), emerged.

I developed an interest in mysticism and philosophy in my early teens, seeing nature as a magical realm, where I felt most at home. I took some hypnotherapy classes at 16, and would put my friends and family members in 'trances', exploring alternate states of mind. Later I would become a certified hypnotherapist. There was a deep pull to go within, and not being interested in developing a persona (back then I was more confused than clear as to why), I dropped out of college at 21, and instead studied Yoga and meditated intensely, lived in an ashram and worked for a time as a Yoga and meditation teacher. When my beloved brother Daniel died in 2002, the search for truth took a nose-dive deeper into reality as I endeavored to understand where he went. It was an incredibly difficult time, as three major life altering events all occurred within a year's time. What ensued was a deep letting go of much that I had relied on and imagined, including spiritual beliefs. Up until that time, I had been a natural mystic, easily communing with beings and guides from other realms, with a rich dream and inner life. In essence, I felt myself to be on a guided progressive path eventually leading to what I believed freedom was. All that got left behind, as a stripping of all that I thought to be true fell away. Emerging out of this passage into the unknown, following a period described best as a stark landscape (a time of emptying out of content), a deep remembering into the nature of reality occurred, and continues to unfold. Concurrently, raising two children, now teens, takes much of my focus. Along with working one on one with individuals, I lead a bi-monthly Satsang Tea Salon: An Invitation to Remembering in my community, at times inviting guest teachers to co-lead. Sharing in this way feels true to my being, is a movement of love, and is evolving in its own organic, joyful, way.

Susanne Marie is available for Skype or phone sessions, as well as open to invitations to share Satsang: An Invitation to Remember."

Connect with Susanne Marie through Facebook - click here. [endtext]

The Gift of Deep Listening ~Susanne Marie

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Qcqibxc-6cendofvid [starttext]Jon Bernie's first awakening experience at the age of sixteen led him to spend many years practicing in the Zen and Theravadan Buddhist traditions, first as a monk in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, and then as an early student of Jack Kornfield's.

In the late 1980s, Jon's spiritual trajectory was profoundly altered when he met Jean Klein -- master of Advaita Vedanta and Kashmiri Yoga with whom he studied intensively for an extended period. Jon subsequently spent time with H.W.L. Poonja and Robert Adams, both direct disciples of Ramana Maharshi.

Jon's spiritual development was also greatly aided by Brother David Steindl-Rast, who, along with Thomas Merton, was one of the first Christian monks to seriously practice in the Zen and Tibetan traditions and has since been instrumental in building interfaith networks worldwide.

After Jon met Adyashanti in 2002, his spiritual journey came to fruition, and subsequently Adya asked Jon to teach.

In addition to his work as a spiritual teacher, Jon is a certified Zero Balancing practitioner and a teacher of the Alexander Technique in private practice in San Francisco since 1981. Jon's healing work has also been deeply influenced by extensive training in NLP, hypnosis, Self Acceptance Training, cranio-sacral therapy and the Qigong system of Dr. Yu Penxi. In addition to his private practice, Jon has given lectures and workshops for the general public at the Suzuki Method Teacher's Conference, UCSF Medical School, JFK University and the Whole Life Expo.

Jon currently leads regular classes, retreats and intensives in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.

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Jon Bernie - Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3Qh8zt4XNoendofvid [starttext]
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Calling Off the Search Prematurely ~Rupert Spira

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2014/04/truth-gangaji.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGoQrTp7n-Eendofvid [starttext] Gangaji explains the layers of Truth and what it takes to realize the truth of yourself.

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Truth ~Gangaji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2014/04/different-qualities-of-awakening.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeSezeHLvY4endofvid [starttext] Talk from a retreat at Omega center with Adyashanti.

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Different Qualities of Awakening ~Adyashanti

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2013/12/why-am-i-not-enlightened-yet-rupert.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVCeCqwAkFEendofvid [starttext]

From an early age Rupert Spira was deeply interested in the nature of reality. For twenty years he studied the teachings of P.D.Ouspensky, J.Krishnamurti, Rumi, Shankaracharya, Ramana Maharshi, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and Robert Adams, until he met his teacher, Francis Lucille, in 1996. Francis introduced Rupert to the teachings of Jean Klein and Atmanada Krishnamenon and, more importantly, directly indicated to him the true nature of experience.

His two books, The Transparency of Things, (sub-titled Contemplating the Nature of Experience), and Presence, in two volumes (The Art of Peace and Happiness and The Intimacy of All Experience), are a profound exploration of the non-dual nature of experience.

Rupert lives in UK and holds regular meetings and retreats in Europe and USA.

For all further information see http://www.rupertspira.com.

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Why am I Not Enlightened Yet? ~Rupert Spira

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2013/12/the-absolute-certainty-of-awareness.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7_26uPz1loendofvid [starttext]
From an early age Rupert Spira was deeply interested in the nature of reality. For twenty years he studied the teachings of P.D.Ouspensky, J.Krishnamurti, Rumi, Shankaracharya, Ramana Maharshi, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and Robert Adams, until he met his teacher, Francis Lucille, in 1996. Francis introduced Rupert to the teachings of Jean Klein and Atmanada Krishnamenon and, more importantly, directly indicated to him the true nature of experience.

His two books, The Transparency of Things, (sub-titled Contemplating the Nature of Experience), and Presence, in two volumes (The Art of Peace and Happiness and The Intimacy of All Experience), are a profound exploration of the non-dual nature of experience.

Rupert lives in UK and holds regular meetings and retreats in Europe and USA.

For all further information see http://www.rupertspira.com.


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The Absolute Certainty Of Awareness ~Rupert Spira

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2013/12/how-to-be-happy-always.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TReq1gx_FjEendofvid [starttext]
If your happiness depends on something; you'll lose your happiness once that 'something' is taken away from you. Adyashanti explains Causeless Happiness.

More related information, can be found here: How to Access Unshakable Happiness.

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How to be Happy Always ~Adyashanti

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yk0ANlMmgIendofvid [starttext] Satsang with Mooji at Monte Sahaja, Portugal. Recorded June 17, 2012

The light of one human being who discovers the Truth has been lighting the human kingdom for thousands of years. Such is the power of a human being who realizes the Truth of who they are.

The whole human specie is in a difficulty because of ignorance and arrogance. Who is responsible for it? Consciousness is playing this game. Human beings are the expression of Consciousness, the effects of Consciousness. When you know who you are, you know that all is That. When you know that all is That, your actions come from your heart. All these efforts cannot change the world, because the human ego is arrogant and selfish. What is great about the human being is their Spirit.... is that we are the Timeless portraying itself as time and change. The world is not a dark painting; it's still a beautiful painting, and the picture changes according to your present light. As you grow more aware of the Truth, you will see the glory of the universe and of God inside everything you see.

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What About the Children? ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2012/01/recognizing-defense-system.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-h6r1C8g3EMendofvid [starttext]
An excerpt from a Chris Celine satsang (spiritual talk) discussing how the mind tried to defend what it think it knows. Learn more at: http://awakened-heart.org




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Recognizing the Defense System ~Chris Celine

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2012/01/self-hatred-gangaji.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpwfIE1ilioendofvid [starttext]
Gangaji, an American-born teacher and author, has traveled the globe since 1990, speaking with thousands of spiritual seekers from all walks of life.

Her message is powerful in its clarity and simplicity: True peace and lasting fulfillment are not only our birthright; they are the essential nature of our being. She extends the extraordinary invitation of her teacher, Sri H.W.L. Poonjaji, and his teacher, Sri Ramana Maharshi, to "end immediately all outward searching and discover directly within your own heart the fathomless truth of who you are" through the process of self-inquiry, in order to realize "the truth of yourself as limitless consciousness—you are that!"

Gangaji is author of You Are That; Freedom and Resolve; Who Are You?: The Path of Self-Inquiry; and The Diamond in Your Pocket.

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Self Hatred ~Gangaji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2012/01/timeless-mooji_6544.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmDvfotrwGgendofvid [starttext] "One by one I see the beings shedding the old skin of ego... My own joy is the priviledge of reflecting back what is already there." (Mooji) http://www.mooji.org [endtext]

TIMELESS ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2012/01/adyashanti-buddha-at-gas-pump-interview.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kokVqxR5UlUendofvid [starttext] "We can walk around thinking we are totally liberated and speak about total awakening and all that, but there is one proof of the pudding: Are you still in conflict? Do you experience emotional and psychological conflict?


If you do, that doesn't mean you have to throw out everything you think you realize, but it means, there might be more to see. Liberation is the disappearance of conflict.


Or as I like to say: No more argument with yourself. No more argument with God. No more argument with the world and no more argument with death. Now we are talking about something significant." Adyashanti

Original source: http://batgap.com/adyashanti/

“Adyashanti” means primordial peace.

Interview recorded 8/30/2011

Video and audio above. I’m sorry about the technical quality of this video. We had technical problems which we weren’t able to surmount. Audio also available as a Podcast.
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Adyashanti - Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/10/nevernothere-with-loch-kelly.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-3XWJcIyokendofvid [starttext] Having been asked by Adyashanti in 2004 to share the Dharma and teach the direct path to recognizing our true nature, Loch now offers Evenings of Inquiry and Retreats and gives pointing-out instruction. Loch currently lives in New York City with his wife Paige and cat Duffy. http://www.lochkelly.org/ [endtext]

NeverNotHere with ~Loch Kelly

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/09/intimacy-with-everything-adyashanti.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wt2VILRGPzcendofvid [starttext] One of the most confusing aspects of anyone's life is the area of relationship. In this vital satsang, Adyashanti offers an expansive view of relating that includes our relationship to all forms of manifestation. He explores how awakening is not just about falling out of our identification with life experiences and discovering our unconditioned nature -- it also involves coming back into the world of form and bringing forth a complete intimacy with the totality of existence. [endtext]

Intimacy with Everything ~Adyashanti

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/09/ramana-and-who-am-i-john-sherman.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-13VzhkuYoQendofvid [starttext] For thousands of years, sages have told us that reality is not what we think it is; that the world is not what we think it is, and that our experiences of pleasure and pain are not what we think they are. And, most fundamentally, that we are not what we think we are.
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Watch more John Sherman videos at http://www.johnsherman.org/john_sherman_videos/ [endtext]

Ramana and "Who Am I?" ~John Sherman

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/09/forget-about-enlightenment-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pS_wPeDxDQendofvid [starttext] The most direct way into the experience of our own true nature.
'My challenge to you is: what if you didn't have anything to do about anything? Nothing at all! ... Staying as Awareness, I tell you this is a trap! ... Sometimes we overuse intellectual faculties... There is no accuracy in the Self..."
Mooji

One of the many satsangs with Mooji in Ireland
Visit www.mooji.org
Music and Editing by Nataraaj [endtext]

Forget About 'Enlightenment' -~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/09/deepest-truth-of-human-existence.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uk_AO8Vgr0endofvid [starttext] Eckhart gives a talking meditation about connecting with our deepest truth. [endtext]

The Deepest Truth of Human Existence ~Eckhart Tolle

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/09/who-am-i-jiddu-krishnamurti.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7G-7-ZiiM-oendofvid [starttext] Someone asked Jiddu Krishnamurti "Who are you?" [endtext]

Who am I? ~Jiddu Krishnamurti

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/09/you-cant-get-there-from-here-adi-da.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ig4SnQ8htnoendofvid [starttext] In this discourse Adi Da Samraj suggests that the Way He Offers is not based on this assumption of separate self, but rather identification with that that is transcendent from the body-mind, the Divine Self-Condition.

The devotee asking the question of Adi Da was a former student of Zen Buddhism so in this discourse Adi Da refers to some metaphors that are part of the Zen Buddhism Tradition. [endtext]

You Can't Get There From Here ~Adi Da Samraj

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/09/you-are-so-smart-you-even-conned-life.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrMbcr_prbQendofvid [starttext] "All of us are given a seed that has the possibility of boundlessness. You are very careful and good, so you preserve the seed. I destroyed the seed and made it into a tree " - Sadhguru

In Sacred Seed, Sadhguru deals with moving on from mere survival that all life forms are capable of, to spiritual flowering - the highest possibility offered only to a human being, achieved through the journey inward.

Download the full video of Sacred Seed at http://www.ishafoundation.org/IDS. Or, purchase the DVD at http://www.IshaShoppe.com. [endtext]

"You Are so Smart, You Even Conned Life!" ~Sadhguru

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/09/contemplate-this-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=niZLWHY5OF0endofvid [starttext] "I want serious seekers to study this video, contemplate its message and discuss their findings with me the next time we have an opportunity to meet." (Mooji)

Contemplate This! - Excerpt from satsang DVD recorded 25 Sept 2010 S2 ~ Brixton UK
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Contemplate This! ~ Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/06/reaction-of-anger-to-unfairness.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpgJJC1glVEendofvid [starttext][endtext]

Reaction of Anger to Unfairness: Complete Dialogue ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/05/i-have-to-get-it-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZHMvDfFGt8endofvid [starttext] Extract from the DVD "Neti Neti - Not This, Not This [endtext]

"I Have to Get It !" ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/04/saving-planet-mooji.html[/postlink]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIi4ijet_FEendofvid [starttext] Video extract from Satsang on 11th of March 2011 in London.
One questioner is concerned about the health of this planet and asks what can be done to bring it back into balance --
Q. 'What our spiritual leaders are doing for this?'
Mooji simply points us towards discovering our true nature first; then the vision would be clear enough to see what needs to be done.
'There cannot be a peace externally, if we are not in peace.' [endtext]

Saving the Planet ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/03/what-is-depression-tyohar.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59EnYs-cqf8&feature=feeduendofvid [starttext] Tyohar answers a question about how to deal with the depression following an expansive state in the spiritual development. [endtext]

What is Depression? ~Tyohar

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/02/mighty-prayer-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WnJdn7F3Isendofvid [starttext] "A subtler seeing is making itself felt, so even that most holy feeling, the unassociated 'I am', now becomes a phenomenon. When the 'I Am' itself is seen as a phenomenon, it is the end of all efforts." (Mooji)
http://www.mooji.org
13 Dec 2010 S2 Silent Retreat [endtext]

A Mighty Prayer ~ Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/02/laughing-buddha-3-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hm2iK60qEm0endofvid [starttext] Tiruvannamalai, India
13th Feb 2011 morning
"This is the laughing Buddha! When they see that which was unreal this laughter comes" ~Mooji

Video extract from Satsang DVD "Stay in the Cave of Yourself" Session 1

CLICK HERE to watch "Laughing Buddha 2"
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Laughing Buddha 3 ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/02/jed-mckenna-discusses-his-awakening.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7qLXF1qR9s&feature=relatedendofvid [starttext] This is a selection from Jed McKenna Notebook called a post apocalyptic lightmare. For updates on my video join my facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ahabs-Pipe/137143579631270 [endtext]

Jed McKenna discusses his Awakening

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2011/01/nothing-you-can-do-you-who-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNRSKXz5H3cendofvid [starttext] Mooji addresses some common misconceptions quite popular among western thinkers in regard to the teachings of Advaita, for example: "Since nothing and no one exists, who is there to follow the advice?" Mooji responds: "First you must realize in your heart that no autonomous entity is there to act independently. Until then, the urge, the longing and the search for truth are part of the play of Grace leading to Self-recognition, and they have their place. We must acknowledge, understand and respect that authentic expression of consciousness."

Video extract from Satsang DVD "All is Grace" 8th January 2011[endtext]

"Nothing you can do!" You who? ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2010/12/good-thoughts-bad-thoughts-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Geh0L-qXFiYendofvid [starttext] "While the attention is focused on the value of thought, the thinker of thoughts is missed."
With English captions and Croatian subtites

Tiruvannanamalai Silent Retreat, 19th Decemember 2010, Session 1 (Heart Is The Real Retreat) [endtext]

Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2010/10/searching-for-life-partner-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAVHM6MPx4Mendofvid [starttext] Excerpt from the DVD entitled "Is This Love That I Am Feeling" recorded 29 Jan 2010 in Tiruvannamalai, India [endtext]

Searching for a Life Partner ~ Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2010/08/what-is-purpose-of-human-life-sadhguru.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=few-CN5OywQendofvid [starttext] http://www.ishafoundation.org/
http://www.innerengineering.com

A seeker asks Sadhguru what is the goal of human life? Sadhguru discusses fundamental existence, human thought & heaven. [endtext]

What is the Purpose of Human Life? ~Sadhguru

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2010/07/key-to-secret-of-this-universe-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UN7hFpMFPzc&feature=relatedendofvid [starttext]
"Whatever you can perceive is not you.
You cannot be even the speculation, whatever image the speculation can take." ~Mooji

"If you are not Consciousness, then you are not the content of Consciousness either. The Universe can not appear without Consciousness and you are not that. Who can see this? Can this seer be seen? This is the Key to the Secret of this Universe." ~Mooji

Satsang with Mooji, 31st May 2010 (session1), Brixton[endtext]

The Key to the Secret of This Universe ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2010/07/power-of-connection-hedy-schleifer.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEaERAnIqsYendofvid [starttext] Clinical psychologist and a couple and relationship therapy expert, Hedy Schleifer "crosses the bridge" with TEDxTelAviv audience and brings laughter and passion to the adventure of learning the art of listening. [endtext]

The Power of Connection ~Hedy Schleifer

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2010/06/neither-inside-nor-outside-papaji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XAnQEi-plcendofvid [starttext] A beautiful awakening in Papaji's presence.
This clip is part of a compilation titled "Jump into Eternal Peace", on the theme of Self-Enquiry.
This video is available with English subtitles at the avadhuta foundation:
http://www.avadhuta.com/newproducts.html [endtext]

Neither Inside Nor Outside ~Papaji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2010/05/laughing-buddhas-2-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whAFLhSWdsAendofvid [starttext] After the warm welcome to our first LAUGHING BUDDHA video, it would have been a shame not to pursue with sharing those amazing moments of liberating laughter... They were quite frequent during satsang with Papaji, and so are they with dear Moojiji.

This is an extract from:
Be the Buddha with No Bliss

31st May 2010 (Session 2), Brixton, London.

Instead of reading the Avadhuta Gita only, Mooji starts with an unusually detailed commentary on its verses: You are the one Purity, you are not the mind, not the body... but the conscious presence, 'I AM' has become distorted through identification with the body and mind phenomena. A questioner relates his path of 'issues and tissues' until Mooji interrupts and sent all of it into 'the land of was'. Even if we don't feel bliss, we are still the choiceless self... we don't need any 'Buddha Certificate'. Even if we see the world as a movie, there is still a subtle form of 'me'-self. What is aware of it?
Another questioner triggers uproars of laughter in the room, as his question crumbles each time he attempts to present it as, "The question was..." After the laughter settles, Mooji emphasises: "The question WAS!" ...

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Laughing Buddha(s) 2 ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2009/08/satsang-with-jac-okeeffe-part-1.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToFB9kM6K4Uendofvid [starttext] Satsang on August 17, 2009, in Arlington, Virginia.
Click Here for Part 2 [endtext]

Satsang with Jac O'Keeffe - Part 1

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2009/08/god-sees-only-god-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpP7WNxap98&feature=relatedendofvid [starttext] "Pay attention to yourself, stay quiet -everything comes into harmony. Very few people can follow this advice. IDENTITY IS GOD, DIVERSITY IS ALSO GOD" ~Mooji
Russian Subtitles
Mooji Satsang - Questions from Facebook - 5th August 2009. Brixton. [endtext]

God Sees Only God ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2009/05/rest-as-awareness-adyashanti.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIX_zk5NN6gendofvid [starttext] In this simple yet profound satsang, Adyashanti reveals the heart of the teaching -- what it means to rest as awareness. He explains how the egoic mind state keeps us from truly resting, and shows us what we need to relinquish so that a direct, immediate access to awareness can spontaneously happen with no effort on our part. [endtext]

Rest As Awareness ~Adyashanti

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2009/05/you-are-still-point-of-turning-world.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PUhkNoaBMIendofvid [starttext]http://www.headless.org ~Richard Lang
Recommended: http://www.headless.org/articles/letters-from-home.htm[endtext]

You Are the Still Point of the Turning World ~Richard Lang

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2009/05/purpose-of-existence-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SF4y2ia_qI&feature=relatedendofvid [starttext] Purpose of existence ~Mooji

Excerpt from - Mooji Satsang, 25 April 09 Session 1 [endtext]

Purpose of existence ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2009/03/laughing-buddha-mooji.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfvgvDkdG2Mendofvid [starttext] Satsang with Mooji, 11th Feb 2009, Tiruvannamalai (India)

Subtitles: Chinese - Xiào fú 笑佛

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Laughing Buddha ~Mooji

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2009/02/adyashanti-complete-interview-with.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESVoQzOhZNQendofvid [starttext] Adyashanti describes how in the development of human consciousness, there comes a shift from a sense of a separate self toward the experience of unity. He points out that the fear of losing our individual identity keeps us from making this shift, and by confronting our fear we come into love. Adyashanti also suggests that reaching a point of crisis can allow an opportunity for consciousness to shift, individually and collectively. [endtext]

Adyashanti: Complete Interview with "Global Oneness"

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[postlink]http://satsangtube.blogspot.com/2009/02/doorway-to-now-adyashanti.html[/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5eFqKp6H6cendofvid [starttext] Human beings are storytellers. The stories we tell of ourselves are always about the past or the future -psychological stories are about the past while spiritual stories are about the future. Yet what are we without stories of the past or future? Pointing directly to the truth about now, Adyashanti invites us past the revolving door of our stories and into the great abyss of the ever-present unknown, where freedom resides. [endtext]

Doorway to Now ~Adyashanti