Practical Advice

In this 7 minute video, Mooji explains that in life anything can happen such as feelings of vulnerability, fear, weakness, helplessness and so forth which is perfectly fine as long as we don’t panic and just “Let It Be”.  When we don’t identify and surrender to these moments, they can be some of the beautiful moments as well as a great portal into amazing insight.

In this 7 minute video, Mooji offers a response to those who truly want to be free but are afraid to loose the “me” that they feel they are because they enjoy being this “me”.

In this very short 4 minute video, Mooji offers a very practical approach for using inquiry to deal with fear.

In this amazing, intimate and spontaneous sharing from Mooji, we can experience his love and wisdom as he shares a wonderful story which makes us realize that we need not let our past keep us from realizing who we are.

In this very short 4 minute video clip from an interview with Mooji, he explains that even after true seeing occurs the mind may come back looking for business, but it is of no consequence because the “Self” still remains as it always has. Listen to what Mooji says about when the mind comes back…

In this super short clip from an interview, Mooji explains that when we start to wobble in our transformation and feel like we are about to lose our true position, we just need to remember to stay as the observer.

In this lovely 5 minute clip from an interview, Mooji explains that we need suffering and fear to propel us to take action towards our spiritual evolution. Without suffering or fear we would be perfectly happy to stay asleep as a person and never inquire into anything that could lead us into the nature of our true reality.

This short 5 minute video from Mooji makes a very important point that ALL questions starting with “How to” or even “Why…” are from the mind and based on a false assumption of an entity that does not exist. These types of questions can quickly be dismissed because a true answer can not be given for a question based on a false premise.

This three and a half minute video is a wonderful tool to use when experiencing unpleasant moods or past pains that may come up. Mooji speaks to us directly and offers relief from the mind’s torment when suffering through this type of mind play.

In this 11 minute video, Mooji responds to a seeker who has had a very difficult life and spent many years in jail and is now ready to find love and happiness. Mooji explains that love and happiness is not found through the search for it but rather through finding that place within which is effortless and free from all desires.

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 wonderful 7 minute video, Mooji replies to a question about “The Golden Rule” of “Treat Others as Yourself”. Mooji explains that as a “person” this is impossible to do and that following this rule can only come from understanding of the self. Through understanding, this rule happens automatically.

In this seven minute, Mooji explores tendencies to suffer for others. Many times when one is presented with a friend, relative or stranger in the midst of suffering, our nature’s reaction is to take on the other person’s problems mentally in order to help the other person with their suffering, but most often people bear their own suffering better than you suffering on their behalf.

Very often when we feel that perhaps we have realized who/what we are, we feel the need to share it. This is especially common when it comes to sharing it with friends and family. In this short video Mooji explains that most will not want to hear your message and that it is perfectly alright to be a “Buddha With No Disciple”.

In this interesting 5 minute video, Mooji responds to a seeker that wants to know which thoughts are coming from mind and which are coming from consciousness. Mooji explains that the main difference is to recognize whether the thoughts are personal in nature or universal in nature.

This is one of Mooji’s most passionate short videos ever recorded. On one of his walks, Mooji responds to everyone and to thousands of questions sent to him on an ongoing basis about all the issues they think they are experiencing that is keeping them from freedom. THIS 4 MINUTE VIDEO IS A MUST SEE FOR EVERYONE!

In this super short video clip, Mooji offers instructions for doing the absolute simplest meditation that anyone can do at almost any time. The idea is to turn this meditation into a habit that can eventually turn into a constant state of being. At the very least, it can provide daily moments of inner recognition.

In this six minute video, Mooji explains that having multiple spiritual practices can be ok if you are doing them just for pleasure, but if you are truly seeking the truth within, multiple practices will keep you as a spiritual tourist, never getting to the deepest meaning you are searching for. See how Mooji puts it…

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 2 minute video, Mooji provides a short and direct reply to the question, “Is It Important to Devote Time to Meditation?”. It is important to note that although Mooji says it is very important to devote time to meditation, he also immediately inserts that he is not speaking of the usual meaning of meditation which is normally focused on an object.

In this 8 minute video, Mooji explains that it is purely natural as sentient beings to identify with our form, and we have done this for most of our lives. Therefor it is perfectly understandable that it takes time for this habit to fade.