The spiritual search came crashing down with the clear recognition of the non-dual nature of everything, and the discovery of the extraordinary in the ordinary. In the clarity of this seeing, life became what it always was: intimate, open, loving and spontaneous, and Jeff was left with a deep understanding of the root illusion behind all human suffering, and a love of the present moment.
Jeff presently holds meetings, retreats and private one-to-one sessions around the world, gently but directly pointing people back to the deep acceptance inherent in the present moment.
Jeff’s teaching is simple. He helps people discover who they really are, beyond all thoughts and judgments about themselves, even in the midst of the stress and struggle of modern day living and intimate relationships.
His style is direct and uncompromising and yet full of humanity, humor and compassion. He believes that freedom is everybody’s birthright. He belongs to no tradition or lineage, and makes his teaching accessible to all.
Jeff was voted #59 in Watkins Mind Body Spirit’s 2014 list of the world’s 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People. He has published four books in over six languages. His latest book The Deepest Acceptance was published in 2012 by Sounds True.” ~ excerpted from Jeff Foster’s website
Jeff Foster has gained a genuine and enthusiastic following as a clear, accessible, and beautifully vulnerable teacher. He is able to speak about many issues such as depression and anxiety in the context of non-duality that have reached thousands upon thousands of seekers through his Youtube channel and his personal website.
You can further explore his work through the right side bar: videos/blog posts, books, articles, special projects, and more.
For more teachings please visit Jeff’s website where you can find his writings, or on his YouTube channel.
And, you can watch more Jeff Foster’s videos in our library.
Below is Jeff Foster’s 20 minute guide on meditation and who it truly is that meditates:
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