Private video calls with Thomas Razzeto
I want to extend a very warm invitation for you to interact with me. This wisdom can unfold more freely when there is a dynamic, two-way conversation so please don’t be shy about getting in touch.
My favorite thing is talking about our Divine Nature, which is this unbounded, open Source-Awareness that is looking out of your own eyes right now! How fantastic is that?
If you like what you read on my website and want to spend some time talking with me online, send an email so we can schedule a video call. I will honor as many requests as I can. In the email, let me know how long of a call you are interested in, either 15, 30, or 45 minutes. It may be possible to spontaneously talk for longer, depending on my schedule. In fact, if your email comes in at a time that is convenient for both of us, we could have a video session right away.
We can use either Skype, Google Hangouts, or Zoom. I prefer Zoom (see below) since that is what I use for my online meetings and it lets you record the session.
Please note that you should get in touch with me via email as I do not check Skype chat messages or facebook messages to see if someone wants to talk with me.
Cost: You do not need to make a donation in order to schedule a video call but after the call is over, if you are inspired, donations are very helpful and greatly appreciated. Of course you pick the amount that is best for you. As Stevie Wonder sang on his "Songs in the Key of Life" album, "True love asks for nothing. Her acceptance is the way we pay."
Please feel free to talking with me even if you cannot make a donation at this time. Simply sharing your priceless divine presence is enough. If you want to talk with me, that should be enough and we should not let any financial issues stand in the way. A two-way conversation can be good for both of us and right now my schedule is open enough for me to try to talk to everyone that has an interest.
The video call will be most beneficial for you if you have read at least a little of my work. I recommend that you start with these essays:
The Loving Heart of Enlightenment
Why Do We Call It Nondual Wisdom?
About 2 and a half pages
Seth: "You create your own reality!"
About 2 and a half pages
Is the World an Illusion?
About 4 pages
What Is Enlightenment?
I also highly recommend that you listen to some of the completely free audio recordings of my mentor, Timothy Conway. There are approximately 75 hours of free recordings from his weekly satsangs (meetings in Truth) posted for everyone. To help you, I have picked about 2 hours of excerpts and put those in a special folder. That's a good place to start. Here's the link: Free audio of Timothy's satsangs - over 75 hours!
If you really want to get the most out of these calls, I recommend that you read my book, Living the Paradox of Enlightenment.
Please note: If you like my work and want to help me in a big way, buy the book at Amazon and post a review there. These reviews are marked with a special phrase, “Verified Purchase,” and this adds credibility. These book reviews are very important and can help me more than you might realize.
The FREE Zoom video conferencing software - like Skype, only better
The completely free Zoom video conferencing software runs on all smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers and will let you attend my online meetings or engage in a private video call. The software is completely free to download and completely free to use since there are no monthly or per-minute charges imposed by the company that makes the software.
All you need is that software. Just download and install the software on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Then start the program and pick a username and password. That creates your Zoom account. After that, you'll be ready to go.
You do NOT need to signup for a Zoom plan, which is different from an account. Plans are for people who want to host their own meetings. This is why you do not need to even signup for the free Basic Plan just to video chat with me or join our meetings.
By the way, one reason why I like Zoom better than Skype is that it allows for larger meetings. That's important. Another reason is that it offers everyone in the meeting the option to record their own copy of both the audio and the video. You can record all of the meeting or just part of it, no matter what anyone else is recording, so that's nice.
Here are the links to download the Zoom software:
For any Apple tablet or phone
For any Android tablet or phone
For any laptop or desktop computer
Thanks for considering a video call. In truth, I honor your divine nature.
All my best to you, Thomas Razzeto
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