Eli Jaxon-Bear – 1.The Idea of ‘me’ 2. The Light of Consciousness 3. Your Heart is Already Shining


Eli Jaxon-Bear dedicates his life to passing on his Master Papaji’s transmission of silence, traveling the world to share his unique psychological insights into the nature of egoic suffering in support of Self-Realization. Eli teaches through the Leela Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to world peace and freedom through universal Self-Realization. To find out more about Eli and his schedule of upcoming events, please visit: http://www.leela.org

Eli Jaxon-Bear – The Light of Consciousness

Eli Jaxon-Bear – Your Heart is Already Shining

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David Spero – 1.Lila-Shakti 2. Sat-Chit-Ananda 3. Politics and Enlightenment 4. The Gift of Grace.

I was born on March 24, 1957 in Providence, Rhode Island, on a Sunday, at 2:40 p.m. My mother says that my birth was extremely easy, with little pain, and that I was “completely grown up,” even as a child. In my youth (pre-teens), I was not prone to easy laughter or the common jokes that circulated among human beings. I lived in a world all by myself, thinking, feeling and being led innocently toward a life of relentless spiritual evolution. It would be many years before my spiritual sadhana, or spiritual practices, would reveal the memory of my oneness with the divine.

My parents did not hesitate to inform me that my destiny was to attend “college,” a word they spoke with joy and enthusiasm, emotions that stood out starkly in my young attention, since those emotions were so deeply absent in almost every other part of my childhood.


Spiritual Master / Avatar David Spero in Northern CA.

David Spero – Sat-Chit-Ananda

David Spero – Politics and Enlightenment

Excerpt from a talk by Spiritual Master/Avatar David Spero, whose teachings are inclusive of many spiritual approaches: Advaita Vedanta, Kundalini Shakti, devotion, meditation, Divine Mother

David Spero – The Gift of Grace

Moon in a Dewdrop: Writings of Zen Master Dogen edited by Kazuaki Tanahashi. Translated by Robert Aitken, Philip Whalen, et al.

Eihei Dogen (1200-1253), among the first to transmit Zen Buddhism from China to Japan and founder of the important Soto School, was not only a profoundly influential and provocative Zen philosopher but also one of the most stimulating figures in Japanese letters.

Kazuaki Tanahashi, collaborating with several other Zen authorities, has produced sensitive and accurate translations of Dogen’s most important texts. Moon in a Dewdrop contains the key essays of the great master, as well as extensive background materials that will help Western readers to approach this significant work. There is also a selection of Dogen’s poetry, most of which has not appeared in English translation before.

Dogen’s thought runs counter to conventional logic, employing paradoxical language and startling imagery. It illuminates such fundamental concerns as the nature of time, existence, life, death, the self, and what is beyond self.
Kazuaki Tanahashi, born and trained in Japan and active in the United States since 1977, has had solo exhibitions of his calligraphic paintings internationally. He has taught East Asian calligraphy at eight international conferences of calligraphy and lettering arts. Also a peace and environmental worker for decades, he is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science.

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Interview Kazuaki Tanahashi

Nancy James interviews Dr. Annie Weisbrod Abbot Cincinnati Zen Center and Kazuaki Tanahashi world famous calligrapher http://www.brushmind.net/

Circle Circle Circle by Kazuaki Tanahashi

Kazuaki Tanahashi presents “Circle, Circle, Circle” an exhibit of his one stroke circle paintings at the Institute of Noetic Sciences in Petaluma, California.

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