In this 6 minute video, Mooji explains the first monumental discovery. Those who have this discovery for themselves often wonder what is next, or where to go from this discovery, but Mooji explains that there really isn’t any other discovery to be made.
In this 10 minute video, Mooji discusses that in getting closer to the truth of our existence, the mind will start to feel that this may be the end of its existence and begins to wonder things like “How will I live?”, “Who will take care of my family or kids?”, “How will I be able to work or relate to the rest of the world?”. Lets see what Mooji has to say…
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In this 10 minute video from Mooji, he dives into a closer examination of the inner self to answer one of his all time favorite questions, “Can the Seer be Seen?” This question can be confusing for many because even the false sense of self can proclaim to be the seer until an even closer look reveals that even this can be seen. So, who are you? Let’s listen to what Mooji has to say…
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In this 10 minute video from Mooji, he takes us back step-by-step from the person (the idea we have of who we are), all the way back to the ultimate seer where we are left with who we truly are. This is a great and simple reminder of who we are.
In this 9 minute video, Mooji is helping a seeker to dive deeper into herself to find who is asking all these questions. This video also contains at least three of the most classic approaches that Mooji uses to help devotees reclaim their beingness.
In this short 4 minute reminder from Mooji, he takes us back to our true “Self” by asking can the “Self” be witnessed phenomenally? Let’s listen to what Mooji has to say…
In this 13 minute video, Mooji shows us how to summon the power of direct inquiry. For years we have placed great importance on the mind and the effects of conditioning. Not even Christ or Buddha could escape conditioning, and yet just like them we have the power to transcend it by following Mooji’s instructions for inquiry.
In this awesome 9 minute video clip from Mooji in July 2009, he explains that as we peal back the layers to the question “Who Am I?”, we eventually come to the realization that the answer can not be described with spoken words.
In this fantastic 8 minute video clip from an older Satsang, Mooji tries to help a seeker understand that she is Awareness itself and that there is NO “Who is going to retain Awareness?” or NO “How Can I remain in Awareness?” because there is no “who” and there is no “I” that can be Awareness.
In this eight minute video, Mooji replies to a seeker wanting to know if they have reached the end of inquiry. Mooji explains that the one who starts the inquiry will not finish the inquiry, but will actually be the one who is finished BY the inquiry. Listen to what Mooji has to say…
In this six minute video, Mooji explains that because it is not fair to ask the world to be quiet so that we can be quiet, we have to find that quiet place within us which is independent of what is going on around us.
This eight minute video from a Sunday Satsang tea session, Mooji shares some reminders of what we are searching for and to help us find the courage for us to shed the illusions of the mind.
In this wonderful 10 minute video from Mooji, he focuses on helping us to understand the “Nothing” that we are and that everything that appears (including the person you think yourself to be) is purely phenomenal and created through the mind and the play of consciousness.
In this five minute video clip from Mooji, he explains that the “I Am”, the sense of being, is the one who identifies with the body as a separate self and can create the illusion that it is “suffering”. However, the whole point of Satsang is to remind us that this “I Am” does NOT have to identify and can remain as pure presence emanating pure joy, love and understanding.
In this 5 minute clip from Mooji, he explains what he calls his Piranha question, “Can the Perceiver be Perceived?” We have often heard Mooji bring up this question and in response to a inquiry he explains a bit more about the reason and intent of this question.
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.
In this very short 4 minute audio, Mooji reminds us that most of our questions are superficial and that the best way to get to the heart of the matter is to start with our own sense of existence.
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 six minute clip, a seeker explains that they are doing all the right things but they still can’t seem to catch a hold of the observer. Mooji explains why this is happening…
In this seven minute video clip, Mooji leads a seeker to the “Self”. Mooji shows her that she is the ever present nothing in which all “somethings” appear and disappear.
In this great 8 minute video, Mooji speaks on the play of consciousness which encompasses everything that can be seen or experienced. Because the seeker is not real and only a part of that play, it can not discover the truth. When truth is realized, the seeker no longer exists. Therefore there can not be a seeker that can realize the “Truth”, there can not be a finder of the “Self”.