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Barry Long and John Pearce
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Updated weekly and steadily growing into a comprehensive collection of inspirational texts drawn from Barry Long's writings and talks over thirty-five years. The entire archive of the Bulletin is online and can be read piecemeal as new items appear, or as a virtual book to refer to over and over.
In the 1990s, in the early days of desktop printing, a similar collection was printed and circulated as Barry Long's Journal. The Bulletin is the internet journal for today. It is free to read.
If you are new to Barry Long's teachings, The Bulletin is a sampler for you. And if you want more, you'll find that many of the texts are taken from books or recordings we have in our Store.
The Bulletin is hosted on the Tumblr blog site, but you don't have to join the platform to access it. Read it here.
These 'Talks from Tamborine Mountain' were originally distributed to the group he had been teaching in the UK before he moved back to Australia - the idea being to stay in contact with them. Later, as Barry Long took his teaching worldwide, the tapes went to many more listeners, becoming a highly valued means of staying in touch with him and his latest reflections of truth.
"This is an actuality broadcast. You are going to hear everything that happens. You are going to be with me as much as it is possible to be here."
Release date on Vimeo.com: 5 April 2014.
The story is inspiring and challenges common preconceptions about enlightenment, what it means and how it comes about.
The film includes previously unseen footage of Barry as he examines his realisations, speaks about the power of his love for woman, for God and truth, and reveals in simple words and ordinary ways both his genius and his humanity.
This is a visual counterpart to Barry's posthumous autobiography.
Why on Earth
A set of 6 audio
From Here To Reality
Barry Long's last word on truth, love, living and the great myth of life on earth.
The Good - DVD
Filmed 19 May 1989 at The Victoria Rooms, Bristol, UK.
A new possibility, a way of being which takes the personal affliction out of circumstance.