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Nonduality teacher Jeff Foster offers an alternative perspective on meditation. Jeff describes meditation not as a ‘doing’, a process, a state or a goal to reach, but as an effortless noticing and welcoming of present experience. Ultimately, meditation is not something you do – but who you already are – the vast open space of consciousness, already intimate with all form.

Nonduality teacher Rupert Spira offers pointing-out instructions in response to a student’s inquiry about her frustration after 40 years of seeking, and not achieving, enlightenment–something that majority of us can probably relate to. Transcript: STUDENT: It’s just a frustration I have doing this sort of thing for 40 years now, and not being awake. A […]

Neuroscientist Zoran Josipovic explains what happens in the brain during three types of meditation: subject-oriented, object-oriented, and nondual awareness. In his research, Zoran discovered that, depending on the focus of the meditation, different structures of the brain are activated. Transcript: One thing that we can notice is that different meditation techniques have different effects on […]

Adyashanti explains clearly what enlightenment really is, and what it is not. Mainly, that enlightenment is not an altered state of consciousness as what most people believe. What we perceive every day through the distorted lens of ego is the truly altered state. Enlightenment, on the other hand, is perceiving things as they really are, […]

Howard Martin from the Institute of HeartMath presents scientific research regarding heart intelligence, and how our thoughts and emotions create patterns of coherence or incoherence in our electromagnetic energy field and possibly influence the earth’s own geomagnetic field in positive or negative ways. Transcript: It’s an honor and privilege to be here in my home […]

Benedictine monk Laurence Freeman, Director of The World Community for Christian Meditation, expounds on the teachings of Jesus regarding prayer and contemplation. Fr. Freeman describes the different elements of the teaching and their practical applications that lead to finding God within. Transcript: Jesus is called a teacher more often than by any other name in […]

Mark Robert Waldman, Associate Fellow at the Center for Spirituality and the Mind, University of Pennsylvania, reveals current research on the effects of meditation on universal, positive ideas on the brain. He currently conducts research with Andrew Newberg, MD, on the neurological correlates of beliefs, morality, compassion, meditation, religious experiences, and spiritual practices. Mark is […]

Zen Buddhist monk, teacher, author, poet and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh explains what Nirvana is. According to him, Nirvana is the freedom from wrong ideas and perceptions and that views of any kind, such as birth and death, coming and going, being and non-being, do not represent reality. Transcript: The sacred texts say that […]

Deepak Chopra explains how to meditate properly using the mantra in a way that leads to experience of pure awareness–without thought and without mantra. The emphasis is not to force anything to happen. Transcript: It’s very important to understand the mechanics of meditation, because most people don’t do it right. They think you have to […]

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