How To Have An Awakening Right Now

Sensei often speaks about what he calls Co-Presence. True to form, rather than merely giving definitions he prefers to give the experience of what he teaches. During this satsang, Sensei takes attendees through an exercise to put them in direct contact with that which does not suffer, feels no pain and is always Co-present no matter what we are presently experiencing. Listen and be changed…right now.
How To Have An Awakening Right Now | Satsang with Sensei

Spiritual vs Clinical Trauma Treatment

During this satsang exchange, the questioner asks Sensei if there is a “contradiction” between treatment of childhood trauma that she is learning in sessions with a counselor and what she had just heard described during this satsang regarding “eliminating the I.” Sensei makes some important clarifications and distinctions that were quite insightful…
Spiritual vs Clinical Trauma Treatment | Satsang with Sensei

Guided Singing Bowl Meditation With Sensei

Here Sensei uses his singing bowl along with his guided meditation on the light within us. Many have said they’ve had an “out-of-body” experience during his meditation sessions or the feeling of “no body” as the vibration and guidance resonated inside. Try it for yourself and share your experience.
Guided Singing Bowl Meditation With Sensei | Satsang with Sensei

When Consciousness Meets Harassment

In this satsang exchange, Sensei shares how he was able to overcome his deep disbelief and lack of understanding about the Buddha’s teaching that we literally do not have a “self.” Once understood on a experiential level, Sensei was able to see this deep teaching shift his consciousness so drastically that it transformed recurring encounters involving some police officers into entirely different experiences. This is real spiritual practice applied to actual living.
When Consciousness Meets Harassment | Satsang with Sensei

Courageous Compassion vs Racism

In this excerpt from a recent Satsang With Sensei the issue of racism within our own social circles is addressed. The questioner dialogues with Sensei about this question: How do we address the subtle and unconscious continuance of racism with others who are well meaning and not racist without accusing them of ill intent or offending them? Sensei gives a real response and example of how to do it.
Courageous Compassion vs Racism | Satsang with Sensei