Practical Advice

In this lovely five minute video, Mooji shares a few words on the mind produced illusion of time and that “despite being panicked by the thought that time is disappearing, and that your life disappears along with time, you will know that what disappears is only that which belongs to time and it is an illusion.”

In this VERY important five minute video, Mooji responds to a seeker who wants to know, “How can I be the Self if I am mentally sick?”.  Mooji offers a concise response that can help the questioner distinguish between the “Self” and the “Person” who is actually the one who has been labeled as “mentally sick”.

This video can be VERY helpful for those with psychological issues created by the mind, but it must also be understood that there are individuals with “physical mental impairments” that must be treated as such and not brushed off as a problem of the personal mind.  Any and all individuals with “abnormal” psychological issues serious enough to be on medication should not alter their prescriptions unless advised by their physician.

In this beautiful thirteen minute video from Zmar in 2015,  Mooji helps us see beyond identity to move past any inner resistance we may be experiencing to surrender to our true nature. By staying only as the space in which resistance arises, we can quickly realize the illusory nature of it.  Let’s listen…

In this brilliant seven minute Mooji moment filmed on one of his walks, Mooji explains why Satsang is not really the place to address personal issues, but rather to discover the “Truth” that can relieve us from the effect of any so called personal problems or issues generated by the mind. Let’s listen…

In this lovely seven minute clip, Mooji explains that by labeling ourselves as a spiritual seeker, we are actually creating a barrier to freedom when there is no need to label ourselves as anything at all.  Let’s take a peek inside this Satsang…

In this thirteen minute video, Mooji responds to the question, “To Whom Shall I Pray?”  Mooji explains that even the greatest Sages performed spiritual activities and praises to the supreme being while knowing that they are already “That’.  Let’s listen to Mooji’s reply…

In this thirteen minute video clip from Satsang,  Mooji responds to a question that millions of us have to deal with on a daily basis about the possibility of becoming TRULY FREE from past mental or physical abuse that we have endured from others.  Let’s listen to Mooji’s beautiful response…

Many seekers feel that they could better realize or understand these teaching if only they could get the chance to be with Mooji on a one-on-one basis. In this seven minute video clip, Mooji explains that we must approach these teachings with a universal approach rather than listening as an individual.

In this twelve minute video clip, Mooji responds to a seeker that says she has a deep desire for freedom but that there seems to be a conflict with her desire for motherhood because of attachments and other phenomenal issues that appear to be in conflict with living the “Truth”.  Let’s listen to Mooji’s reply…

In this very important five minute video, Mooji explains that we don’t need to plan the future with our minds, other than for practical purposes, because God has a much better plan than our minds can come up with. This video also contains advice for decision making.  Let’s listen…

In this short four minute pause in Satsang, Mooji reminds us that are minds are always working on what’s next, our true self is always here and fresh, so we must take a few minutes as often as we can to check in with our Self.

In this lovely little eight minute video, a seeker wants to know about karma and how it relates to the self and freedom.  Mooji explains that the first thing we need to understand is that Karma has nothing to do with the Self and only applies to the activities of the “person”.  Here is his explanation…

In this nine minute video, Mooji responds to a question from a devotee about how to maintain the beautiful state of peace and freedom experienced during Satsang.  Let’s listen carefully to Mooji’s SURPRISING response…

In this nine minute video, Mooji responds to an inquiry about how to ensure we make the best decisions and understand which of our thoughts come from the mind and which come from our intuition.  Let’s listen carefully to Mooji’s advice…

In this short four minute video clip, Mooji responds to a seeker who says that it seems like everything is happening through her, but there is no one doing it.  Who then is responsible for the actions taken and are there any consequences?  Mooji explains how responsibility works in a non-dual world…

In this thirteen minute video, Mooji responds to a seeker wanting to know about decision making, whether he is making the right decision, and how to make the best decision.  Mooji responds by offering the BEST advice you will ever hear about decision making.  Let’s listen…

In this eight minute clip, a devotee says that he has been focusing and practicing for so many years and now has become angry at the fact that he still doesn’t “get it”.  Let’s listen to Mooji’s response to this fairly common issue…

In this twelve minute video, a seeker explains that he has tried all kinds of practices and meditates religiously every day and still has problems with anger and impatience, especially towards the people he loves.  Lets listen to Mooji’s reply…

In this great nine minute video, a seeker says that she has been trying to follow Mooji’s common advice of using the method of “3-2-1 drop it!” to try to drop the false sense of person-hood and is having difficulties.  Let’s listen to Mooji’s response…

In this seven minute video, Mooji answers some questions about how to deal with overwhelming grief, emotions and feelings of sadness. Let’s listen to Mooji’s compassionate advice…

In this seven minute video, Mooji helps us understand that all “problems” are personal and depend on identifying as a “person”.  When we find ourselves straying from the eternal self that we are, we must tap in to our inner Sangha to help us get back on track.