Practical Advice

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.

In this very short 5 minute video, Mooji explains that there is no such thing as a normal life. He goes on to explain that an “Enlightened” one looks at life differently and so his/her life will take its natural course.

In this very short 5 minute video, Mooji explains that the mind can not get rid of arrogance as it is the cause and source of arrogance. Listen to what Mooji has to say about automatically getting rid of arrogance…

In this short 5 minute video, Mooji explains that Awakening is not about becoming a stone Buddha or someone that is always in serious meditation. In fact, an awakened one experiences total freedom to have fun and enjoy all that life has to offer.

In this short 5 minute video, a seeker says that they have identified the ego and the “I” and want to know why they are still experiencing difficulties in their life. Mooji explains that it is still a case of wrong identification and non acceptance of what is. Listen to how Mooji puts it…

In this very short 4 minute video clears up the misconception around the directive “Stay as Awareness”. He explains that not only is it hard, it is quite impossible for “you” to stay as awareness. Watch this video to discover the mistake that is being made. In reality, “Staying as Awareness” or “Remaining as Awareness” is completely effortless.

In this 7 minute video, Mooji explains that meaning in life and passion can come from the ego or not. It may also come from the heart of consciousness depending on the situation. Listen to what Mooji has to say…

In this short 6 minute video, Mooji answers the question “How can I live life being still and without identity?” This quite a common question that is the result of a common misunderstanding. Mooji explains how activities of life can take place spontaneously on the outside and yet the self remains still and without identity on the inside.

In this short 6 minute video, Mooji answers a very, very common question that brings a lot of confusion to many. How are we suppose to know when we have finally awakened? Listen (with your heart) to what Mooji says…

This very short 6 minute video from Mooji contains the key to stepping out of identification. The key is simply that once you realize that you are aware of this identification that is happening, then you can easily realize that you are not what you are aware of. Therefore, you come to realize that the one who is identified is NOT you.  You are the awareness in which it is happening.

In this 7 minute video Mooji explains our proper relationship with thought. Freedom is not being free from thought. Freedom is being free from the influence of thought and realizing that thought by itself is nothing.

In this 9 minute video Mooji answers the question from an enquirer who wants to know why he doesn’t feel the blissful state that is associated with freedom even though the “me” is gone.  Mooji shows us how tricky the mind can be and that we should have no expectations of what it is like to be free.