“I have enough experience to know that Gwen Olsen is telling it as it is! I thank her for her courage to openly and articulately tell the truth.”
Published on May 30, 2017
“What is Normal Blood Pressure?
How should blood pressure be taken?
Is high blood pressure bad?
How can I lower my blood pressure?
In this video, Dr. Bergman answers all of these questions and explains everything you need to know about blood pressure. “
Published on Jun 1, 2017
Rupert discusses his new book ‘The Nature of Consciousness –
Essays on the Unity of Mind and Matter’ with Deepak Chopra.
Published on May 5, 2017
Rupert emphasises the impact a work of art can have on the recognition of one’s essential self.
From the weekend in Amsterdam, March 2017.
“Thought imagines that I, the light of pure Knowing, share the limits and the destiny of the body and mind and, as a result, I seem to become a limited, temporary self. All that is required is to distinguish Myself from the body and mind. It is as simple as distinguishing between a screen and a movie.”
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0:00 question on consciousness and awareness 0:05 when you speak to the knowing from what 0:13 I experienced awareness is very dry 0:16 neutral almost like just a blank board 0:22 when you bring up knowing from this feel 0:29 I become kind of like it’s almost like 0:37 is it the mind that […]
“So direct and no-bullshit. I love it.”
Published on Jul 18, 2014
In this video clip, Rupert describes an exploration of seeing and hearing.
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An incredible mathematical formula explaining fractals and geometry! Several mathematicians and scientists explain this phenomenon in clear detail. Please enjoy!”
When that mortal self realizes and accepts this distinction, something profoundly magical occurs: what remains is awareness alone, and a sense of abiding in utter silent stillness—there is the sense that the entire world is but a reflection of an underlying absolute, silent, stillness.