Tag Archive: Rupert Spira


Published on Nov 17, 2017

A man would like to know if there is room for love and compassion within consciousness.
From the seven day retreat in Tuscany 2017.

Published on Nov 13, 2017

Speaking at the SAND gathering in Italy, Rupert guides us through a simple step-by-step enquiry from the perception of the subjects and objects of experience to the knowledge of the everpresence of awareness. He points to the fallacy of the myth of matter and suggests that everyone and everything is a modulation of a single infinite indivisible whole, whose reflection we know in the experiences of love and beauty.

Rupert Spira was kind enough to sit with Bill and me while we were on retreat with him at Mercy Center in San Francisco. Rupert has a clarity that sounds in the mind like a Zen gong! His insights help “connect the dots” in ways you will be thankful for

A questioner realises that there is only the knowing of experience and that no practice brings us closer to ourself.

A discussion about the experience of a body that is free of the separate self

Published on Nov 3, 2017

Rupert explores ego, resistance and separate self within the context of non-duality.
From the seven day retreat in Tuscany

Bill Free’s Pure Presence Book Club inspires many with the opening book, The Nature of Consciousness by Rupert Spira. You can join the book study here: http://billfree.com/book-club-live/ it’s FREE

The Nature of Prayer ~ Rupert Spira

Published on Oct 27, 2017

Rupert discusses two types of prayer and how they relate to the understanding ‘I Am That’.
From the seven day retreat at Mercy Center

Published on Oct 19, 2017

Rupert elaborates on the meaning of understanding.

A discussion exploring Awareness after death and the notion of reincarnation.

Published on Oct 13, 2017

A 13-year-old boy asks if awareness has always existed. The presumption that time exists, inherent in his question, is then explored. 

Published on Oct 6, 2017
A man asks Rupert to comment on the idea that ‘thoughts create one’s reality’.

Published on Oct 2, 2017

In a welcome return to the time-honored practice of teachers commenting on the sacred texts of the past, Rupert Spira weaves a masterful commentary between the lines of the little-known book Know Yourself by the 13th century Sufi Awhad al-din Balyani. With the clarity and insight we have come to expect from Rupert, he gives us a foretaste of his book The Nature of Consciousness, and reminds us that, as is true of the misunderstandings of other world religions, the popular mythology is far removed from the realization of the founder of Islam, whose teaching was always the oneness of being.

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