Practical Advice

In this 10 minute video, Mooji explains that when we are deeply touched in Satsang, this can set off a tsunami of mental attacks from the ego/mind fighting for its survival. And it is at this point that we need to be most vigilant in remaining still and letting the mind play its games without surrendering to the temptation to once again identify with it.

In this short four minute video, Mooji reveals the truth about Karma being for the idea people have about themselves (the person) and not for the true Self.  He goes on to explain the illusion of Karma and its relationship to our illusory self.  Lets listen in as he offers his words of wisdom…

In this eight minute video clip, Mooji talks about how much importance we place on our mind and how we let our minds dictate our lives.  He goes on to say how imperative it is for us to shake this trust in our minds before freedom can be fully realized within us.  Is your mind YOUR guru?  Lets listen and find out…

In this seven minute clip from a spontaneous talk in 2014, Mooji drives home the point that we must be diligent in realizing when we are letting the ego (or person-hood)  stand in the way of complete freedom.  Let’s listen and see if we can catch ourselves doing the exact thing Mooji is talking about…

In this amazingly beautiful ten minute video clip from one of Mooji’s Satsangs,  a woman explains that after facing breast cancer, she came to realize that disease is of no consequence to our innermost self.  Using a parable, Mooji demonstrates that immortality can not be found in the body itself, but rather in the recesses of our heart where the eternal has always been.

In this ten minute video, Mooji responds to a lady who has a desire to share what she has learned in Satsang and asks, “How Does One Get Started and Do You Think That a Woman Can Ever Be Accepted as a Master?”  Mooji responds that it has nothing to do with being a man or a woman but whether the desire to share (teach) comes from the mind or a movement of the universe.  Let’s see how Mooji explains it…

In this eight minute video, Mooji responds to the question, “Is It Possible to Experience Unconditional Love in a Romantic Relationship?”  Mooji explains that first it must start with a place of wholeness within you and that true unconditional love is not based on demands or expectations.

In this nine minute clip from Satsang in Rishikesh,  Mooji replies to a seeker who wants to know how he is suppose to love all others as himself.  Mooji explains that it all starts with the realization of your own true nature so that you may recognize that nature in all others.  Let’s listen in…

 

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In this ten minute video, Mooji explains his views on relationships based on his own life as well as integrating the search for truth and the growth of consciousness through our physical being.  Let’s listen in as he explains the downfalls of expectations, and unhealthy dependence on others…

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In this three minute video, Mooji reminds us of the difference between pain and suffering.  Let’s listen…

In this twelve minute video filmed in Satsang (Rishikesh, 2016), a young man is extremely frustrated that he keeps trying and trying to realize the Truth and is ready to give up.  Let’s listen in as Mooji calmly responds to his frustration and misunderstanding…

In this mini five minute Satsang given on one of his walks, Mooji responds to an inquiry asking “I would like this to be my last life”.  Mooji explains that these types of statements start off as a misunderstanding and that “Awakening” necessarily eliminates the one concerned with reincarnation.  Let’s listen in as Mooji explains…

In this wonderful little seven minute video, Mooji touches on several points leading to the ultimate reminder that the one who feels the need to control life is the number one trouble maker in the first place, and by realizing this we come to the conclusion that we don’t have to try to manage life at all.

In this 10 minute video, Mooji responds to an inquiry by explaining what to do when your mind wants to run away in Satsang or contemplation of the “Truth”.  Let’s kick back for a few minutes and listen to Mooji’s wisdom and instructions…

In this super short four minute video moment with Mooji, he explains that Self-Awareness is the nemesis of the Ego and that the more self aware we become, the weaker the ego’s influence can be. Let’s listen the master put it into words…

In this thirteen minute video, a seeker wants to know what she can do with bad memories and guilt from the past that keep coming up over and over again.  Mooji responds by offering some gentle advice to try to lead her out of the identification with these thoughts.

In this eight minute video clip from Mooji, he explains that most of the fear and suffering we experience as human beings are actually based of ghost stories recreated from memory by the mind.  And then he provides some practical advice on not being overtaken by these illusions. Let’s listen in…

In this eight minute video clip, Mooji responds to an inquiry about how to deal with our monkey mind. This was the number one video on our site until we had to take it down because it was deleted, but now it is back so enjoy!!

In this beautiful 12 minute video of an impromptu Satsang at Monte Sahaja, Mooji explains that for some reason a large percentage of seekers can not find a way to fully relinquish their relationship with the egoic mind which keeps them from ever realizing the Truth.  Let’s listen in as Mooji explains…

In this 18 minute video from Mooji, he helps us understand depression. It starts with the realization that NOTHING can affect who we truly are, therefore depression is only another phenomenon that is witnessed by the Self. At the heart of this video is the realization that depression does not have to be overcome or transcended for the realization of the Self and that only by the realization of the Self can we put depression in its proper perspective.

In this 8 minute video, Mooji replies to an inquiry saying that when she goes out into the world and interact, she feels like she temporarily gets lost in others and wants to know what she can do about it. Let’s listen in on Mooji’s reply…