The one who says:”I want to be always consciously aware of who I am,” is unable to accomplish or fulfill such a desire. In fact, this one who desires this does not exist.
Practice may be enjoyable and help your ego to reach states of peace, but this has nothing to do with realization. As long as there is a “Practicer”, there can be no realization. Who is the practicer? Unreal!
In this great 7 minute video from Mooji, he explains that human beings are an expression of the consciousness and not the controller or possessors of consciousness. Let’s listen in on this short boost of wisdom from Mooji…
If your guru, facilitator or teacher give you rules to go by for realization… Run!!!
Mooji reminds us that the mind is in constant dreaming and to wake up we just need to snap out of it.
Mooji reminds us that whatever we can perceive is not you. Which of your thoughts come from the “true” self? None of them!
This is a very popular question that is quickly answered by Mooji.
So many of us keep asking the question “How do I get there?” This short video takes us directly to the answer.
In this 6 minute video from Mooji, he helps us understand that very often we FEEL like a decision needs to be made which is a phenomenon created by the mind when really no decision needs to be made at that time. Listen to Mooji explain…
Facing the death of a loved one with acceptance and gratitude.
Don’t try to be one! This is something that you already are. There is no need to try. Ultimately you are completely alone because there is nothing but you.
Everything is really just happening spontaneously. Letting go of you. Remember that activity is not in conflict with “Truth”.
Events are optional. What if we could imagine for now that there is no next.
This is another wonderful 10 minute guided meditation from Mooji
Many of us feel that we are doing something wrong because for some reason the mind keeps coming back. This video addresses this issue beautifully.
In only 9 minutes, Mooji brings us to such a beautiful realization.
Mooji reminds us that we can be a “somebody” on the outside
and remain as “nobody” on the inside.