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Self Realization and The Enneagram$19.00
This 2 DVD set has three compelling discourses, Eli Jaxon-Bear offers fresh insight into Self, Realization and the Enneagram
True Friends- Meeting with Eli Jaxon-Bear$19.00
A Silent mind and an open heart is the basis of being a true friend. It has been so rare but now it is time for us all to open our hearts and silence our minds. This is the beginning of true living and true service.
Living Freedom – Meeting with Eli and Gangaji$19.00
All over the world, people are imprisoned—behind walls of cement and steel, within political borders patrolled by armed guards, and within rigidly enforced systems of fundamentalist belief. It is possible to wake up to the truth of oneself even under these conditions.
Gangaji & Eli: Living in Freedom$14.00
In these meetings, Gangaji & Eli share their message of true freedom, that which is always here. Through their talks and their interactions with guests, we can discover freshly, truly, that which is free inside of us right now in this moment.
Lasting Fulfillment – A Weekend Retreat with Eli and Gangaji$19.00
We are here in the service of the whole world waking up. This is what will bring world peace and freedom. It starts with each one of us. Its starts with you
Space for it All – Meeting with Eli and Gangaji$19.00
In this meeting, Gangaji and Eli invite us to directly experience everything that arises in each moment, internally or externally-without judging it or naming it, without grasping or avoiding it, without projecting our past experience onto it.
Staying True – Meeting with Eli$19.00
“The heart has to find what’s true by making mistakes, by going in the wrong direction. Depending on your intention, everything is useful or everything is poison. You have to know what your intention is, and be true to it. Then, you realise that you already are what you’re searching for. The search ends. Suffering ends.” – Eli
Papaji: Give me Enlightenment, Please!$19.00
In this DVD Papaji stresses the fact that one must not only give up the search for enlightenment but, more importantly, the idea that there is one who can engage in a search. He says that the “I” is the only hindrance to the realization of the truth of who one is. The seeker is the problem. He then tells the viewer how to let go of the concept of “I” and, in fact, all concepts…