In this 7 minute video, Mooji clarifies the distinction between liberation, awakening, enlightenment and so forth. He goes on to explain that what we are talking about here is our natural state which is actually a “stateless” state from which all other states can be observed.
In this wonderful 10 minute video from 2007, Mooji emphasizes that in order to be able to recognize the “Self”, we must make sure that we are not holding on to ANY idea of what awakening is like, or what the “Self” is like, or ANYTHING else for that matter. The video is not the best quality but the message is supreme.
In this 8 minute video, Mooji explains that we need to stop looking for an experience of Awakening (Enlightenment, Realization). He explains how freedom is NOT an experience, no matter how special we think it may be.
In this 8 minute video, Mooji explains that it is important for one to realize that there is nothing wrong when old thought patterns emerge because old thought patterns and activity can still come during the transition from the personal self to pure awareness, and in fact, can still come after full awakening has taken place.
In this seven minute video clip, Mooji leads a seeker to the “Self”. Mooji shows her that she is the ever present nothing in which all “somethings” appear and disappear.
In this short impromptu video clip, Mooji describes that for many of those who feel they have “Awakened”, they truly have not “Awakened at all. The first sign of these false “Awakenings” is the pronouncement that “I have Awakened”, “This is it!”. These types of “Awakening” moments still smell of arrogance and identity and are almost always temporary in nature.
In this five minute video clip taken out of an interview, Mooji explains that the “Truth” is about the “Realization” that the true “You” is even prior to consciousness and its manifestations. This video essentially contains all that is needed to “Realize” the “Truth”.
In this short video, Mooji begins with the question “If we are all divine, then why is there so much suffering?” In the answer to this question, we find out where the desire for “Awakening” comes from and why suffering is normally the trigger that begins our search.
In this four and a half minute video, Mooji describes in simplest terms what in “Awakening” and what it means to be “Awakened”. Extremely well put and simple to understand with Spanish subtitles.
In this beautiful 9 minute video, Mooji explains that while having a body, Awakening is about Unity inside of Duality. He explains that a Jnani’s state is two-aspected and includes an aspect of unchanging awareness while also enjoying an ever changing and growing aspect as well.
In this valuable and direct 5 minute video, Mooji answers a question about a statement that is often thrown around by false masters saying, “There is nothing you can do to attain Self-Realization”. Mooji explains that such a statement can only come from one who has not realized the truth and explains where the error is. Listen to Mooji’s explanation…
In this 8 minute video, Mooji explains once again that the number one fear keeping most from Realizing the Self is the fear of loosing who they are as a person. They can not possibly imagine a scenario where one could go on without a sense of identity so they keep placing delays and obstacles in the way.
In this 8 minute video, Mooji replies to an inquiry about how to tap into the “larger” consciousness that will take care of you. In his reply, Mooji covers a lot of ground on waking up so that one can ultimately see with the eyes of God and be as pure consciousness and the realization that all is taken care of automatically.
In this 6 minute video, Mooji speaks on the fact that we are all 100% THAT and that we have just imagined ourselves to be something else. He explains that there is no difference between you and the Buddha and everything else we think ourselves to be is a complete illusion.
In this great 8 minute video, Mooji speaks on the play of consciousness which encompasses everything that can be seen or experienced. Because the seeker is not real and only a part of that play, it can not discover the truth. When truth is realized, the seeker no longer exists. Therefore there can not be a seeker that can realize the “Truth”, there can not be a finder of the “Self”.
In this beautiful 6 minute video, Mooji speaks about being the unsplittable ONE who is here right now. Because of our belief in our minds, we fall under the spell of our own hypnosis when in actuality the truth that we are has eternally been right here, right now.
In this 8 minute video, Mooji answers an inquiry from someone who is experiencing some resistance within. Mooji explains that if one is experiencing resistance to self-inquiry, then this is an indication that one is on the right track. The ego will fight for its survival til the bitter end so it is important to put things into perspective and know which is the greater, the ego or the self.
In this short yet brilliant 7 minute video, Mooji speaks of the “Battle of the Ages” that most seekers must go through for self knowledge. It is the battle between the Ego (Mind) and Presence (Being). In our true essence we are the Absolute (the Self) which is eternally present but the physical aspect of “the Self” is born with the body as consciousness… the “I am”. Once the “I am” begins to identify with the mind, the ego is born and all of the limitations that go with it. After many years of programming built upon false identification, a battle takes place once the “Being” realizes it has been under the spell of a ghost.
In this 5 minute video, Mooji answers the question, “What Causes Awakening To Happen?” The most important part of his response is the realization that “Awakening” is about discovering what does not happen. Listen to this short video to learn what Mooji means by this…
In this short 6 minute video, Mooji answers a very, very common question that brings a lot of confusion to many. How are we suppose to know when we have finally awakened? Listen (with your heart) to what Mooji says…
In this 9 minute video Mooji answers the question from an enquirer who wants to know why he doesn’t feel the blissful state that is associated with freedom even though the “me” is gone. Mooji shows us how tricky the mind can be and that we should have no expectations of what it is like to be free.