Deepening Insights

ByByHolger HubbsApr 28, 2022
“It is lovely to be sharing one’s insight and deepening it through interaction with dear friends…” Read More

From ordinary to extraordinary

ByByHolger HubbsMar 4, 2024
“Helen shares the concept of consciousness and the importance of recognizing the infinite consciousness that is present in everyday experiences. They emphasize the significance of paying attention to silence and the space around us, as well as being curious about the ordinary and taken-for-granted aspects of life. The speaker encourages viewers to value and explore the depth of silence and consciousness, suggesting that doing so can lead to a more enriching and fulfilling experience.” Read More

The Many Lives of Brian Eno

ByByH HubbsFeb 20, 2024
“In the musical realm, there is no categorizing Brian Eno. Today we will be unpacking just a few of the many records he had a hand in creating that changed the trajectory of music forever. ” Read More

How To Break Free From Believing Thoughts

ByByHolger HubbsFeb 1, 2024
“Grow in awareness of That which remains when the process of thinking AS a someone ABOUT something isn’t happening.” Read More

Stuff 01-19-2024

ByByBlue HippoJan 22, 2024
“Now, when you are introduced (to your own intrinsic awareness), the method for entering into it involves three considerations…” Read More

I love my guru!

ByByHolger HubbsJan 8, 2024
“In 2006 I had the privilege to interview Ramesh S. Balsekar. After that I got the idea to make a compilation of Ramesh his Satsangs. I asked Manjushree Abhinav to help with interviews with a few disciples. Satsang took place for almost 3 decades in his house where he welcomed so many people who had questions about all kinds of issues about spirituality and advaita.” Read More

‘Meditations’ by Marcus Aurelius

ByByHolger HubbsJan 4, 2024
“Delve deep into the mind of one of ancient Rome’s greatest emperors, Marcus Aurelius, with this modernized version of his rich text, ‘Meditations.’ In this reflective journey, we unravel the Stoic philosophy deeply ingrained in the Emperor’s personal contemplations, transforming ancient thought into a beacon for contemporary souls.” Read More

The Error of Identity

ByByHolger HubbsJan 2, 2024
“The error of identity is at the root of psychological suffering. By noticing how self-identity is derived from our experiences, and by noticing how all experiences come and go, we can start to investigate a more true identity that is ever-present and intimate. We can start to realize our essential nature and be free of the prison of erroneous identity.” Read More

Is non-duality dangerous?

ByByHolger HubbsJan 1, 2024
Nonduality is not dangerous, but the mind has a tendency to distort and misinterpret it. Potential pitfalls of the mind creating a belief system around nonduality, leading to suffering and despair. The mind loses its refuges when studying nonduality, leading to despair and hopelessness…. Read More

Ego = Psychological Process

ByByHolger HubbsDec 27, 2023
“When we free ourselves from deriving identity from experience, we open up to infinity and consciousness.” Read More

15 minutes…

ByByHolger HubbsDec 21, 2023
… stay only as awareness… no form… Read More

the growing terror of nothing to think about

ByByHolger HubbsDec 9, 2023
ChatGPT: The text features a philosophical musing by T.S. Eliot on quiet introspection and patience in moments of uncertainty and darkness. He recommends stillness in such times, urging the soul to wait without hope or love, as these could be directed towards wrong things. Read More