Practical Advice

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.

In this five minute clip from an interview by Brian Rose, Mooji explains that the more we live life from within, the more we become one with the flow of life and learn how to read the clues that life is providing for us. Let’s listen to this amazing little clip…

In this four minute clip from an interview by Brian Rose, Mooji explains that it is not about trying to destroy our sense of identity, but rather its about experiencing what is truly real which in turn melts away what is not real. Turn up the volume…

In this three minute clip from an interview by Brian Rose, Brian wants to know how it is possible to open our hearts in a world that is so full of violence and anger.  Mooji responds by explaining that there are many factors but the primary factor is what is going on with our beliefs and our internal dialogue.  Let’s listen to Mooji’s amazing response…

In this four minute clip from an interview by Brian Rose, Mooji responds to a question about his view of people using psychedelics and other drugs.  Let’s listen to Mooji’s wise response…

In this five minute clip, Mooji replies to a seeker wanting to know if it is possible that he is suffering from a bad conscience, or a suffering mind.  Let’s listen to Mooji’s enlightened response…

In this eight minute spontaneous moment from 2009,  Mooji explains that we (our minds) often create unnecessary conditions and restrictions on where or when we can be the “Self ” by anticipating our experience and creating barriers to living our Truth.  The quality of this recording is poor, but the intensity of the talk makes up for it.

In this lovely little two minute reminder, Mooji explains, “Remind the world that it is free. This is our true place. If somebody reminds you that you are suffering, they don’t help you. They must remind you that you are free.”

In this eight minute video, Mooji explains that the desire for achievement is perfectly fine as long as we’re not attached to how things go or how things turn out and that the discovery of Truth within oneself remains the priority througout.  Lets listen to Mooji’s explanation…

In this lovely seven minute video, Mooji replies to a fairly common question from people who have an urge for truth but also have a strong urge to change the world. Is there a conflict there?  Is it possible to to realize both urges?  Let’s listen to Mooji’s wise response…

In this eleven minute video, Mooji explains that as long as one is fully identified with the personal self and only seeking to improve that personal self, they are not truly ready for Satsang.  Readiness for Satsang are for those that are beginning to develop an interest in going beyond the personal self.  Let’s listen to how Mooji explains…

A large number of seekers are in search for a state of “Bliss” and in this five minute video clip, Mooji explains that one should never pursue a state of bliss because in reality bliss is only the perfume of awakening that happens of its own accord and is not a permanent state of being.

In this short five minute video, Mooji responds to the question, “How can I overcome my addictions?”   He explains how one needs to discover “who” is addicted before one can make any lasting changes.  Let’s listen…

In this six minute video Mooji explains that transcending persistent thoughts is not about trying to get rid of the thoughts but more about loosing interest in the games of the mind.  He then goes on to explain how this “loosing interest” can take place.

In this eight minute video from 2010, Mooji responds to the beautiful Mirabai (from Mooji’s Sangha in Sahaja) about the question, “I can see what I am not, but is this enough?” Let’s listen to Mooji’s beautiful response…

In this eight minute video, Mooji responds to an inquiry from someone who wants to know the best way to relate to those who have not realized the self or wish to deny the truth.  Let’s listen as Mooji responds with a simple and amusing answer…

In this nine minute video filmed on one of Mooji’s walks, he explains very clearly how psychological suffering works and how we can quickly detect the symptoms and bring our attention back to the self.

In this very short three minute clip, Mooji reminds us that when the person is “not working” is often a time when the universe brings us what we need to realize a “successful” inner life and kick the person we think ourselves to be to the curb of ignorance.

Here is the full three hour video this clip was taken from: