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This 10 minute animation was created from a 20 foot long hand drawing that took one year to complete. The text is an ancient sanskrit advaita vedanta wisdom, which has been almost unknown even in India for centuries. Its title means: the song of the naked one, the sage that got rid of ideas and identification and sings out of bliss.

Its backbone is the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet, which are spread like seeds of meaning among the infinite canvas of random facts. Living beings are linked by secret strands of DNA. This movie shows one possible wandering through its maze.

In this six minute video, a questioner wants to know “Do I have to sit with you in Satsang to realize the Truth?”  Mooji responds by explaining that live group Satsangs can be very powerful because the attention is focused only on the realization of the truth, but that in reality all of life is Satsang. He then goes on to explain what that means…

Here is a very short, yet powerful video created by Lucia Lagana combining music, images, and quotes from Mooji. This video focuses on winning yourself back from the grip of delusion.

In this six minute video, Mooji speaks about dealing with “spiritual arrogance” and why it can be a hindrance on your spiritual path to enlightenment. Mooji says that spiritual awakenings can lead to false pride and one has to watch this carefully, since this can happen very subtly.  Let’s listen in on this interesting Satsang…

In this 18 minute video from Mooji, he helps us understand depression. It starts with the realization that NOTHING can affect who we truly are, therefore depression is only another phenomenon that is witnessed by the Self. At the heart of this video is the realization that depression does not have to be overcome or transcended for the realization of the Self and that only by the realization of the Self can we put depression in its proper perspective.

In this 4 minute video from Mooji we find him describing the different types of Yoga. He goes on to say that it is very important to make sure we are also focusing on Yoga practices dealing with the spiritual side of things rather than the physical practices.

This 10 minute video is a clip from Rishikesh Satsang on 13th March 2016.  He tells the story of Lakshman to demonstrate that as long as there is arrogance, as long as there is any identification with the body/mind, the questions that come forth will be “false” questions that can not be answered with the Truth.

In this thirteen minute video, a seeker wants to know what she can do with bad memories and guilt from the past that keep coming up over and over again.  Mooji responds by offering some gentle advice to try to lead her out of the identification with these thoughts.

In this eleven minute clip from Rishikesh — India 2017, Mooji responds to an inquiry about the lies of the mind and if there is truly a time when the mind will give up its tricks. Mooji explains that because the mind’s TRUE natural state is actually silence, it is inevitable that the more time our attention remains as the true “Self”, the quieter the mind will get until it eventually returns to its natural state of silence and peace.

This nine minute video from Mooji is about shedding slavery to the ego. The questioner says that now that she has seen the mind for what it is, it seems that it keeps coming back more powerfully then ever and wants to know what to do when the mind has taken her over completely. Let’s listen in on Mooji’s valuable advice…

Here is another wonderful 7 minute video created by Lucia Lagana combining music, images, and quotes from Mooji, including live video and audio clips in which we find Mooji sharing words of wisdom.

In this 10 minute video, Mooji is the master storyteller as he tells us the story of “The Zen Monk” which demonstrates the “Divine Game” where life shows us the areas where our mind can trap us into its ability to dominate us.

In this eight minute video clip, Mooji responds to an inquiry about how to deal with our monkey mind. This was the number one video on our site until we had to take it down because it was deleted, but now it is back so enjoy!!

This six minute guided meditation from Mooji will help guide your attention back to your true self.  Anyone can afford six minutes in exchange for freedom, so let’s just sit back, relax and listen as Mooji provides the golden message of truth and freedom.

In this beautiful 12 minute video of an impromptu Satsang at Monte Sahaja, Mooji explains that for some reason a large percentage of seekers can not find a way to fully relinquish their relationship with the egoic mind which keeps them from ever realizing the Truth.  Let’s listen in as Mooji explains…

In this video, Mooji shares that when facing a difficult loss, it is perfectly normal to grieve and that the grieving process should be experienced fully and not cut short in an attempt to cover up the grieving.

In this video Mooji covers a lot of ground but its unique perspective is the realization that the body is required to provide a tool for consciousness to reflect upon itself. Without the body you can not have the knowledge or the taste of consciousness. Through the body the reflection can be known, similar to looking in a mirror.

Here is a very short, yet powerful video created by Lucia Lagana combining music, images, and quotes from Mooji. This video focuses on the question, “Who is living inside this body? You or God?”

In this short 5 minute video, a devotee describes in a letter what it is like to experience a moment in life from the center of one’s Buddha nature. Mooji is very pleased and explains that such a letter can only come from a heart of pure innocence and joy.

In this eight minute video clip from Mooji, he explains that most of the fear and suffering we experience as human beings are actually based of ghost stories recreated from memory by the mind.  And then he provides some practical advice on not being overtaken by these illusions. Let’s listen in…

Here’s a beautiful five minute video in which we find Mooji talking about the recognition of our essential self and using words to try to describe it, even though what we are is actually earlier than language itself.