Practical Advice

In this video Mooji explains that every sentient being experiences fear but that the fear is only for the personality and not the self. This provides us with an opportunity to find the self.

This 3 minute video helps us to understand guilt. “Don’t live in your mind, there is no peace there.”

What is life like after awakening?  This video from Mooji presents in detail and super easy descriptions of what life is like after awakening. I published this video last July but I think it is worth another visit.

In this amazing video, Mooji helps us see that thoughts are only as important as we make them out to be but that ultimately, even the “person” is only a thought construct that we empower through beliefs.

This super short video creates a huge impact to drive the point home that “you must get rid of you” using a very funny story about a broken finger.

In this super short video Mooji explains that the “Truth” has nothing to do with believing.  You can NOT believe in the truth. Belief is for the ego. The “Truth” stands alone.

In this 9 minute video, Mooji provides amazing insight on how to deal with FEAR in our lives.  This is practical advice on how to go from fear to stillness. Since fear is something almost all of us experience, this makes this video and “must see” and bookmark to watch again and again.

Recognition of the Truth Does Not Mean the Job is Finished. Mooji explains that recognition of the truth is normally the beginning of the assimilation of the truth. For some it can take months and for some years to fully assimilate completely into everyday life.

This 5 minute video has more wisdom than 98% of all the books ever written on the reality of perception. Within these words we can find the secret to the universe.

Mooji describes in detail what it is like for him at his level of understanding. This very short video is one of the best ever.  Don’t forget to share this one with your friends.

In this video Mooji explains that all we need to do is hold our attention on presence. We need to follow the movement of presence rather than handing the moment over to the mind to try to figure out what’s next.

This is an AMAZING video. It deals with several subjects at once:

  1. It helps deal with the feeling that nothing is of interest anymore
  2. Mooji describes what his journey was like when he had nothing at all.
  3. Also confronts “What is my purpose?”

In this 10 minute video, Mooji offers some advice on what to do when you don’t know what to do. This video can provide great inspiration for decision making.

Mooji tries to offer some clarity to this question in this 5 minute video.

Many of us feel that somehow we need to loose something to find freedom.  Mooji explains that there is no need to loose anything because you are already liberated.  Only the mind creates imaginations making us feel as though we are not.

Most of us experience the habit of “wanting”.   We want this and we want that, and often when we get what we want we move quickly to the fulfillment of another “want”.  Wanting is a game by the mind (ego) to help it continue its existence. In this video Mooji explains that the way out of “want” is by shifting from “Person” to “Presence”.

Mooji explains that often undesirable circumstances can be the best opportunity to realize the “Self”.  We must use our circumstances as a tool to open the door to the self.

The ultimate message of this video is that if you want to experience freedom, joy and peace, you must remain as the unassociated awareness… your attention needs to remain as awareness itself.  Any step, in any direction outside of the awareness is a step into muddy waters.

All questions are dancing around this question.  If we answer this one question, all other questions disappear.

Mooji explains that initially it is perfectly natural to identify with the body but eventually we must come to the realization that we are just pure awareness witnessing everything that is taking place through consciousness.

Mooji explains the relationship between the “Self” and daily activity and experience.