An Extraordinary Absence: Jeff Foster DVD

If you think that ‘awakening’ is a special state reserved only for enlightened masters and gurus, then think again…

 

In an intimate series of interviews filmed exclusively for this DVD, Jeff Foster shares the timeless message of non-separation in a simple, human and down-to-earth way. He invites you to forget everything you know, everything you’ve ever been taught, everything you’ve ever read about ‘spiritual awakening’, ‘Oneness’, ‘enlightenment’, ‘nonduality’ and ‘Advaita’, and to consider a new possibility: the possibility of absolute freedom, right now, right here in the midst of this very ordinary life. The possibility that you were never for one moment separate from life, and that at the heart of experience there is an intimacy beyond words.

*Jeff is not affiliated with any spiritual path, teacher, tradition or lineage. He sees that truth – that which is present and alive – is absolutely free and cannot be captured by any religion, ideology, philosophy or belief system. However, perhaps it can be shared, in friendship and openness, with those who are ready to go beyond their ideas, concepts and beliefs, and discover who they really are.


*post excerpt from Neti Neti Media. Please read full article here

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5 responses

  1. Kurdt Edward

    Jeff’s words always resonate with honesty, integrity, and love!

    This looks like an awesome DVD and a “must view”.

    Kudos to Neti Neti for another film.

    -K.E.

    August 12, 2010 at 8:13 pm

  2. Samantha Rosaldo

    We need more DVD’s like this.

    It seems like there is an abundance of books out there on nonduality and such but not many professional videos.

    Great work.

    Love,
    Samantha

    August 12, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    • Kurdt Edward

      I agree!

      August 12, 2010 at 8:48 pm

  3. Jonathan Smith

    “the possibility of absolute freedom, right now, right here in the midst of this very ordinary life”

    = some very powerful words!!

    “This DVD is a love letter to the exhausted spiritual seeker who is simply longing to come Home.” (-from product description)

    = brilliant description.

    August 12, 2010 at 8:28 pm

  4. Enjoyed the video and the production values.

    Working on getting author videos for Karina Library, so I have as sense of how much work goes into it.

    I came across Extraordinary Absence a few months ago. I understand Jeff lives in Brighton. (That’s not far from the Krishnamurti Centre in Hampshire.) Some of the vocabulary he uses in EA seems to come from K.

    Not that it matters, but I wonder if he has talked about Krishnamurti or his thoughts on?

    August 22, 2010 at 1:09 pm

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