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Episode 63: Donald Hoffman (2nd conversation)
In the latest Rupert Spira Podcast, hosted by Science and Nonduality and moderated by Michael Reiley, Rupert is joined for a second time by Donald Hoffman. Their dialogue offers profound insights into the nature of consciousness and its relationship to reality. Together they propose that the materialist paradigm or the belief that consciousness emerges from the physical world is a flawed model and that consciousness is the fundamental field of reality. Exploring the potential of mathematics, art, and self-inquiry they discuss how we can transcend the limitations of spacetime and touch upon the transcendent aspects of human existence and they address the importance of integrating personal growth with the recognition of one's true nature. Ultimately, they envision a future where science and spirituality converge, leading to transformative breakthroughs in our understanding of consciousness.
Episode 62: Dropping In (Omega Institute)
The latest Rupert Spira Podcast episode is an in-depth exploration of the essential self. Rupert and host of the Omega Institute’s Dropping In podcast, Cali Alpert, discuss the importance of the non-dual understanding in easing global suffering, why happiness eludes us and why self-knowledge is essential. They also talk about why it is called the direct path, Cali asks Rupert about his spiritual journey, and they discuss how self-enquiry eventually gives way to self-abidance — allowing our innate peace and happiness to shine.
Episode 61: Hale Dwoskin (2nd Conversation)
In this Rupert Spira Podcast episode Rupert talks to Hale Dwoskin, author of ‘The Sedona Method’, about exploring, understanding and reslising the essential self. They start off by discussing the inward-facing path and how the recognition of our essential self as awareness is only a partial liberation from the tyranny of our thoughts and feelings. In order to completely free ourselves from the belief and feeling of separation and the suffering that attends it we also need to recognise the nature of that awareness.
Episode 60: Dr. Tony Nader
In the latest Rupert Spira podcast episode on Advaita Vedanta Rupert talks with author, neuroscientist and head of the international Transcendental Meditation organisation in over 100 countries, Dr Tony Nader. The conversation delves deep into the Vedantic perspective on topics such as the nature of ultimate reality, Consciousness, Self and the significance of this understanding in making life better for everyone. Drawing from their diverse backgrounds Rupert and Dr Nader offer listeners different perspectives on the meaning of various aspects of this non-dual tradition as well as explanations of a number of Sanskrit terms.
Episode 59: Karl Morris (2nd conversation)
In this episode Rupert and sports coach, Karl Morris, meet for a second conversation on sport and non-duality. They go deeper into topics such as how the non-dual understanding can help enhance performance and enjoyment of sports, what it means to be in the zone and how we can go there more often. They also explore how connecting with Self can help address fear, how removing the focus from outcomes can help us transcend limitations and achieve greater success in sports and how our opponents are really our best allies in the quest for perfection.
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Music written and played by Shena Power and recorded by Simon Power.