These recordings consist of 8 mp4-files that make up this more than two and a half hours of video.
1. Who Needs Meaning? 00:22:00
2. Feeling Stuck 00:23:52
3. What Is Missing? 00:18:49
4. The Spiritual Identity 00:24:42
5. Coming Down To Earth 00:21:16
6. Your Own Authority 00:22.31
7. What Are You Waiting For? 00:15:29
8. Paradox After Paradox 00:19:13
Total Playing Time: 2:47:52
‘The Longing to Find
Recorded at a Day Intensive with Unmani in Hampstead, London, 7th February 2015 (1:10:17)
This recording consists of 2 mp4-files that make up this more than an hour of video.
Unmani speaks about the sense of separation and longing to find that innocence again. A longing to come home. When the thinking gets involved it can turn it into an addiction to seeking. So what was quite an innocent longing has become a self-obsession.
DIALOGUE 1: The sensation doesn’t need to be fixed. Whether you like it or not, it is welcome to be here and to stay.
DIALOGUE 2: I want to make connections in an open and honest way.
DIALOGUE 3: It is nice to play the spiritual game for a while, but at a certain point you have to see that this ‘me’ will never reach any permanent state.
DIALOGUE 4: The preference of thought has got nothing to do with what you really are, which has no preference at all. It just sees everything, including thought.
A selection of talks and dialogues filmed in California, Oregon and Vancouver in October/November 2014 (1:56:45)
This recording consists of 3 mp4-files that make up this almost 2 hour video.
Unmani speaks about the illusion of permanent safety and how we spend so much time and energy trying to create a sense of safely. However, at a certain point, we become sick and tired of chasing temporary safety, and temporary experiences. We want to wake up to what is really true.
DIALOGUE 1: Is there such a thing as guidance from other beings?
DIALOGUE 2: Is there a meaning or not? Does life teach us lessons? Does life work that way? Or is it just me giving a meaning to that moment? Is everything perfect just like it is?
DIALOGUE 3: Experiences of getting ‘it’ and losing ‘it’ and how the restlessness of the mind wants to arrive at a final goal.
DIALOGUE 4: Does Awareness delight in itself? Does an uncomfortable sensation mean that something is not seen?
DIALOGUE 5: How to make decisions and be responsible in the world? Should I know how to be or move in this life?
DIALOGUE 6: What is this concept of courage? It seems that for this a certain courage is needed, isn’t it?’
Open Meeting filmed in Paris 23rd January 2015 (1:34:09)
This recording consists of 4 mov-files that make up this one and a half hour meeting.
Unmani speaks about how we search for a point in life especially when there is suffering. We ask ‘why is this happening to me?’ or ‘what’s wrong with me?’. Unmani examines the core beliefs about ourselves that seem to perpetuate the suffering and the endless searching to fix it.
Dialogue 1: Beliefs about awakening, and how we add a special meaning to our experience, as well as a special identity of someone who suffers.
Dialogue 2: Examining what is this physical body and the identification with this body.
Dialogue 3: How we make a problem and an identity out of certain addictive behaviours. Seeing the source of this as agitation and fear.
Dialogue 4: The suffering that comes with the feeling of separation. How we stop ourselves from really loving others for fear of losing them. Acknowledging the heartbreak that is the real opening to life beyond separation.
This video was filmed at an open meeting hosted by Etre-Presence in Paris, France in January 2015. It is in English with a French translation.
Open Meeting filmed in Washington D.C. 14th November 2014 (1:47:53)
This recording consists of 4 mov-files that make up this two hour meeting.
Unmani describes how the thinking separates this from that, ‘it’ from ‘not it’, and makes it all mean something about ‘me’. This is the play of separation and the game of ‘me’. When we take this game seriously, life feels like a prison that we long to break out of. Seeing the nature of this play of thought, is already liberating. Unmani encourages people to acknowledge that we really don’t know how to live, and that acknowledgement is a great relief and freedom.
Dialogue 1: The paradox of the individual human life, and knowing that there is no one living it.
Dialogue 2: Indecision and being indecisive.
Dialogue 3: The play of words feels so separate
Dialogue 4: Chasing highs and running from lows
Dialogue 5: Do thoughts create our reality?
Dialogue 6: Life happens out of control
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