A TIMELESS NEW YEAR’S TUNE – AULD LANG SYNE

English translation Should old acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Should old acquaintance be forgot, and old lang syne? CHORUS: For auld lang syne, my dear, for auld lang syne, we’ll take a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne. And surely you’ll buy your pint cup! and surely I’ll buy mine! … Continue reading A TIMELESS NEW YEAR’S TUNE – AULD LANG SYNE

Ascension Meditation, with Thomas Howell (Ishtar Ishaya)

Thomas Howell (Ishtar Ishaya) is a teacher of Ascension Meditation. In this interview he takes us through his fascinating life, from recalling early spiritual experiences, through tragedy and a near death experience, to spiritual exploration and a settling on Ascension Thomas explains that he chose Ascension as a practice as it seeks to charm the … Continue reading Ascension Meditation, with Thomas Howell (Ishtar Ishaya)

Thomas Hübl – 2nd Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

Published on 27 Dec 2018 Thomas Hübl is a modern mystic, spiritual teacher, author, and systems-thinker. His work integrates the essence of the great wisdom traditions, scientific knowledge, and his own personal experience. Thomas offers a unique approach to life as a ‘mystic in the marketplace’ and helps people to attain a deeper level of … Continue reading Thomas Hübl – 2nd Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

Which Jesus Do You Believe In?

Posted on December 25, 2018 by Philip Goldman: Growing up in Brooklyn, long before it was “Hipsterville,” I was familiar with three kinds of Jesus… There was the one and only begotten son of God, Savior of all Mankind, who was worshiped by many of the Irish and Italian Catholics in the neighborhood. And, among … Continue reading Which Jesus Do You Believe In?

Awareness Explorers Episode 9: Rupert Spira, Guest Explorer

Brian Tom O’Connor In this episode we talk to Rupert Spira about happiness, and how he leads people to the recognition of our true nature as awareness. Includes a guided meditation from Rupert for going beyond our normal notion of self into the experience of pure awareness.

Awareness Explorers Episode 19: Rick Archer, Guest Explorer

Published on Dec 7, 2018 In this episode we talk to Rick Archer of “Buddha at the Gas Pump” about the advantages and ethical pitfalls of gurus and spiritual teachers. Don’t forget to subscribe for more ingenious ways to tap into the ever-present stillness and joy of our true nature. http://bit.ly/awarenessexplorersitunes

Rick Archer SAND Conference Q&A and Interview by Shakti Caterina Maggi – Buddha at the Gas Pump

Published on Dec 5, 2018 This video contains my Question and Answer session at the 2018 Science and Nonduality conference. and also an interview of me by Shakti Caterina Maggi, an Italian spiritual teacher who used to be a journalist. My SAND Q&A includes the following points: How BatGap started. Which guests have been the … Continue reading Rick Archer SAND Conference Q&A and Interview by Shakti Caterina Maggi – Buddha at the Gas Pump

Let’s Wake Up: Deepak Chopra

Published on Dec 21 Deepak Chopra talks about his journey from medical school in India and the United States to the experiences and research that have brought him to his present understanding – that the universe, the body, the mind, and everything that we have a name for, is a human construct. “No system of … Continue reading Let’s Wake Up: Deepak Chopra

1. To be in the world and not of it is to know you are a spiritual being having a human experience 2.Cultivating non local awareness

Published on Dec 22, 2018 Be aware right now of the space around you, notice how it engulfs every object including your body/mind and is also at the same time independent of it. Cultivating non local awareness When you sense your body with total awareness you will open the door to insight, creativity, vision and … Continue reading 1. To be in the world and not of it is to know you are a spiritual being having a human experience 2.Cultivating non local awareness

A Discussion on Teacher-Student Romantic Relationships – Buddha at the Gas Pump

Published on Dec 19, 2018 The Association of Professional Spiritual Teachers does not have a moralistic, judgmental orientation. It’s a community endeavor. We don’t agree among ourselves on certain points. We’re trying to balance our subjective perspectives with standards that fit our contemporary culture. A key point of disagreement is the issue of teacher-student romantic/sexual … Continue reading A Discussion on Teacher-Student Romantic Relationships – Buddha at the Gas Pump

Tara Talks: Living with an Undefended Heart, with Tara Brach

Published on Dec 19, 2018 Tara Talks: Living with an Undefended Heart, with Tara Brach In order to touch our vulnerability, we must first learn to recognize the habitual ways we avoid it. Anger, blame and chronic judging are all ways that we armor ourselves against vulnerability. When we bring loving presence to our wounded … Continue reading Tara Talks: Living with an Undefended Heart, with Tara Brach

Ethics and Spiritual Teaching SAND Panel – Buddha at the Gas Pump

Published on Dec 19, 2018 Questioning whether higher consciousness and ethicalbehavior are tightly correlated. The founding of the Association of Professional SpiritualTeachers. The attempt to formulate a code of ethics that might applyuniversally in the contemporary spiritual community and enliven an understanding of what may or may not be appropriate, giving students greater confidence in … Continue reading Ethics and Spiritual Teaching SAND Panel – Buddha at the Gas Pump

No Trying, Just Tenderness – Amoda Maa

Published on Dec 18, 2018 In this video – Amoda talks about letting go of trying to fix or control our lives, our world, or our feelings and emotions. And instead she invites you to turn towards tenderness. Tenderness is a surrender of the mind that thinks it can fix things. Tenderness is a powerful … Continue reading No Trying, Just Tenderness – Amoda Maa

“On Death And Dying” by Daniel Redwood

Posted on December 18, 2018 Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D. is one of a kind. She has been widely recognized as one of the foremost authorities in the field of death, dying and transition for over 20 years. It might well be said that she invented this field as an area of legitimate discourse in the medical … Continue reading “On Death And Dying” by Daniel Redwood

Anita Moorjani – The Transformational Power of Healing

Published on Dec 17, 2018 If you haven’t heard Anita speak before, you’re in for a treat! She is a natural-born speaker and was thrust into the global speaking circuit by Dr Wayne Dyer, who discovered her story. Over the years, Anita’s work has continued to develop and grow, and during this day-long workshop, she … Continue reading Anita Moorjani – The Transformational Power of Healing

Awaken Interviews Byron Katie – What It Means to Awaken

David Welch: What does it mean to awaken? Is there a process leading to levels or a permanent state? What are the signs we are making progress? Who and what are we when we are awake? If you’re trying to monitor your progress on your spiritual path—if you think you have any idea how far … Continue reading Awaken Interviews Byron Katie – What It Means to Awaken

Our Natural Potential: Beyond Personal Development, The Stages of Enlightenment – by David “Davidya” Buckland (Author)

In the last decade, we’ve seen an unprecedented growth in spiritual awakening. Why is this happening? How are we to understand the nature of enlightenment? Is it a normal part of human development we had forgotten how to culture? What is the underlying causal mechanism? What are the common differences in experiencing the unfolding? How … Continue reading Our Natural Potential: Beyond Personal Development, The Stages of Enlightenment – by David “Davidya” Buckland (Author)

Treat Yourself with Kindness: Peter Russell

Published on Dec 13, 2018 In this short extract from a Q&A session at SAND Italy, Peter Russell suggests that kindness is a learning process, a practice to interact with people, including ourselves, in such a way that the other feels loved and respected. Deep down that’s what we want, and we all want exactly … Continue reading Treat Yourself with Kindness: Peter Russell

David Buckland – 2nd Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

David grew up on the SW coast of Canada. He began witnessing full time during a 6-month retreat in the mid-’70s then the lights came on and celestial perception began. It soon became clear that Self was awake within but had not woken up to Itself through this form yet. Self co-existed with an identified … Continue reading David Buckland – 2nd Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

Adyashanti – What Orients Your Life?

Published on 15 Dec 2018 What is your orienting principle in life? What is worth orienting your entire existence around? Adyashanti invites you to explore this vital life inquiry by honestly bringing the light of awareness to every belief that you have. This inquiry investigates and dismantles your conditioning, moves you beyond belief, and grounds … Continue reading Adyashanti – What Orients Your Life?

Nostradamus Predictions For 2019

Nostradamus Predictions For 2019. Nostradamus 2019 predictions for USA, world, future and more. The words of Nostradamus were duly remembered. Because of their strong opposition against magicians and wizards, the leaders of the Romano-Catholic Church would have preferred to burn this dangerously exact prophet alive. For many interprets of Nostradamus’ Belts, the text is full … Continue reading Nostradamus Predictions For 2019

Sean Webb – Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

As the author of a book that was used to influence millions of voters in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election through social media disinformation campaigns (without his knowledge), Sean Webb probably knows the human mind as well as anyone can. From his work in logically modeling human emotions for the world of Artificial Emotional Intelligence, … Continue reading Sean Webb – Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

How to stop suffering Pt.2 (Rupert Spira)

“You keep opening yourself tot he feeling until you can honestly say that there is no resistance in you to the feeling.” Only when you can live with the feeling forever suffering suddenly disappears. Have you tried completely surrendering to suffering? Why are we so afraid of doing it? Comment below. A talk by Rupert … Continue reading How to stop suffering Pt.2 (Rupert Spira)

How to stop suffering Pt.1 (Rupert Spira)

“Suffering is resistence to life.” “It is the because the self has mixed itself up with what it is aware of.” “Liberate yourself from self-imposed limitation and understand that the ‘I’ cannot suffer because it cannot offer any existence to experience.” How does one achieve such state? What tools do we use for the self-inquiry … Continue reading How to stop suffering Pt.1 (Rupert Spira)

Adyashanti – The Truly Awakened State

Published on 7 Dec 2018 The truly awakened state is a state of wholeness. Within wholeness, you are no longer referencing polarized ways of viewing experience, such as form and formlessness—you are simply experiencing everything as one seamless whole. Adyashanti explores how in the truly awakened state, wholeness informs your experience of being. Excerpted from … Continue reading Adyashanti – The Truly Awakened State

Deepak Chopra on Achieving Mind-Body Balance

Advances in science and public health are increasing longevity and enhancing the quality of life for people around the world. In this series of interviews with the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging, 14 visionaries are revealing exciting trends and insights regarding healthy longevity, sharing their vision for a better future. The Longevity … Continue reading Deepak Chopra on Achieving Mind-Body Balance

Sandra Ingerman – Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

Sandra Ingerman, MA, is an award winning author of twelve books, including Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self, Medicine for the Earth: How to Transform Personal and Environmental Toxins, Walking in Light: The Everyday Empowerment of a Shamanic Life(CD or eBook version), and The Book of Ceremony: Shamanic Wisdom for Invoking the Sacred into Everyday … Continue reading Sandra Ingerman – Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

The Power Of Conscious Awareness | Gelong Thubten

At A-Fest Montego Bay 2017, Gelong Thubten, the Tibetan Buddhist Monk who trained the movie cast of Dr. Strange, reveals the secret to strengthening your mind and the biggest misconceptions about pain, bliss, and meditation. ABOUT A-FEST A-Fest is an invite-only transformational event that gathers an extraordinary community of change-makers and visionaries who are driven … Continue reading The Power Of Conscious Awareness | Gelong Thubten