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 lovely 10 minute video clip from Mooji, he has a wonderful one-on-one breakthrough with a seeker. Mooji explains that he is not trying to be the self and that some superficial conditioning will always remain but that it has no importance, no power, no authority, no pulling power or commanding force, therefor it is like nothing. Only the “Self” remains.
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 short 5 minute video, Mooji is asked about the possibility to serve humanity from the highest state of being? In his reply he explains that we (humanity) is just a concept created by the mind because in reality there is ONLY ONE. This highest state of being is not concerned with serving humanity – it doesn’t know the notion of humanity. It only loves, and everything is taken care of by it.
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 short video, Mooji explains that after realization there is a crucial time period where we need to remain extremely vigilant to detect the efforts of the mind to creep back in and identify once again. In other words, once “Realization” has taken place, the mind identity will not instantly give up and die. It will come back again over and over until a maturity comes and permanently drives away the psychological self.
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 video, Mooji spends 7 minutes pointing in only one direction. He reminds us to keep our attention only in our original place where there is no “person” in residence until we realize that we’ve been searching for the place from which we are. Listen to Mooji and discover what God looks like…
In this 9 minute video filmed on one of his morning walks in Portugal, Mooji explains that we only need to return our attention back to our true position prior to consciousness. He goes on to explain that EVERYTHING in the waking state is phenomenal and flows out from consciousness and that as the “Self” our true position is on the apex between the Absolute and Consciousness.
In response to an inquiry from a seeker, Mooji explains that the correct relationship between the psychological mind and the “Self” is that the “Self” can live without the mind but the mind cannot live without the attention of the “Self”. In other words, the “Self” is the master and yet it has become the slave of the mind. Isn’t time to take back your power? Listen to Mooji’s words…
In this 6 minute video, Mooji responds to a devotee who says that she has seen that she is only “That” but it seems like the mind sometimes comes back even stronger and what she can do. Mooji explains that this is a form of detox and that it may take some time to work through old conditioning.
In this video, Mooji explains that beneath the stain of the ego identity lies the infinite being that we are and that we must use Satsang for nothing other than to completely remove this illusion so we may shine bright in our own being of peace, love and grace.
In this very short video, Mooji expresses that the “me” also has the power to observe, but it is observing with self interest which causes struggle. When “I am” is the perceiver there is no struggle and no effort to understand.
In this 8 minute video, Mooji gives us some reminders to help us for when the mind comes back.
In this 10 minute video, Mooji explains that once we have had a glimpse of the “Truth”, the ego will do everything in its power to make sure it does not lose control (or its illusion of control). This is when it is most important to stay vigilant and recognize all the ways the ego is trying to maintain control and respond with surrendering to the heart completely.
In this 9 minute video, Mooji explains that true silence is not really something you do or strive for, it is who you are. He goes on to provide a deep look at silence…
In this 10 minute clip from one of Mooji’s Satsangs, he explains that the roles that we play are all happening by themselves and that the experiencer, that which is being experienced and the functioning of experiencing is all happening all by itself within consciousness. Once we realize our true position, one becomes more and more comfortable remaining in that place of seeing rather than following the mind in an attempt to control the functioning of consciousness.
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.
Have you ever felt frustrated about losing your connection with the self? In this 5 minute video Mooji explains why this happens which provides you with the answer to this question.
In this short 6 minute video, Mooji responds to a seeker wanting to know that if she surrenders, will the right things come to her. Mooji explains that true surrender would not leave a “me” waiting for anything to be fulfilled and that true surrender does not involve making deals that everything will be alright.