Interviews EN

Eli Jaxon-Bear, Devotee of Love

by Hélène T. Stelian, July 25, 2018 What is your life’s purpose?  To serve world peace and freedom through everyone waking up. How are you living your purpose?  I have given my life to pass on what has been given to me: a direct realization of my true nature. I do...

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Interview with The Native Society

The Native Society, July 24, 2018 Bio: Eli Jaxon-Bear is the author of An Outlaw Makes It Home, Wake Up and Roar, Sudden Awakening, and Fixation to Freedom. He has worked as a mailboy, dishwasher, steel-worker, teacher and organic farmer. He was a community organizer...

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The Life-changing Power of Self-enquiry

The Primal Happiness Show, Episode 194, 2018 This week’s show is Eli Jaxon-Bear, the author of An Outlaw Makes It Home. A life long search for freedom took Eli around the world and into many spiritual traditions from a Zen monastery in Japan to a Sufi circle in...

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Interview with Connections Magazine 1997

Hi, Eli. Can you describe in a few sentences the central message of your work? Eli: My work is to support everyone waking up from the trance of egoic suffering. My life is committed to a world of true peace and true freedom through universal Self-realization. What...

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Interview for Recto-Versea Magazine

By Bertrand Coquoz, Geneva, Switzerland Recto-Verseau Magazine, March 1999 "Drop all thought. Drop into silence, turn your back on all manifestation and see who you really are."  - Eli How do you usually present yourself? Your name is Eli Jaxon-Bear. Do you have...

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Interview with Sein Magazine 2000

Berlin - Germany, 2000 As an international teacher, do you see a similarity or a connection between us now and the circumstances that gave rise to Hitler and his power? Yes, there is a deep connection. This connection is fear based on selfishness. As long as fear runs...

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“When you can recognize who you are not, then there is a possibility to wake up and discover who you really are.”