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This video is one of the best Mooji videos of all time. It is 24 minutes long but it is worth every minute. In fact you may want to put this on your repeat list. This video is for those (many of us) who understand all that Mooji is talking about, but can’t seem to make the final shift from “Person” to “Presence”.

In this five minute video, Mooji reminds us that even though we all come with a certain amount of programming (conditioning), this programming is not important and doesn’t have to be worked on or worked through.  Let’s listen in on this EXCELLENT message…

Mooji explains that consciousness wants to experience anything and everything it can through this body, but in doing so it gets more and more hypnotized into the dream of being the person. Once we have reached a certain maturity, it is time to wake up from the dream and realize that we can still experience without identifying with form.

Are thoughts powerful or not? Listen to what Mooji says about this…

In this seven minute video, Mooji speaks on reincarnation as a possible obstacle to realization. Perhaps because so many of his followers believe in it, or because he is so heavily steeped in Eastern tradition himself, in either case, it is noticeable that Mooji has difficulty talking about reincarnation and does not do so very often.  However, you can hear the “Truth” coming out towards the end of this video when he says “Reincarnation means nothing for me… WHO AM I who will incarnate or reincarnate?”

Mooji’s entire message in a nut shell is that the only concept that separates us from our true “Self” is believing in this “idea about ourselves”.  There is NO separate one.  Once accepted that there is no separate one, WHO/WHAT is it that is to reincarnate?

This short five minute video demonstrates Mooji’s beautiful view of religion.

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…

In this video, Mooji explains the day his ego was lost forever.

Mooji explains that often undesirable circumstances can be the best opportunity to realize the “Self”.  We must use our circumstances as a tool to open the door to the self.

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…

What is in the way of my realization?

This short 6 minute video describes the principle that there can be nothing without you appearing as the “I”. This is the master key to the ultimate understanding of how the physical world comes into being.

Recognition of the Truth Does Not Mean the Job is Finished. Mooji explains that recognition of the truth is normally the beginning of the assimilation of the truth. For some it can take months and for some years to fully assimilate completely into everyday life.

Mooji answers the question “Is it possible to live the truth?”

Mooji provides clues about vigilance and attention.

In this 12 minute video Mooji explains that relationships can be reinforcement for the ego, or it can be a beautiful communion of love.

Here Mooji presents a beautiful small, yet powerful exercise that can be done without effort and help you to spend a few minutes to be light and free.

Any type of “blockage” we feel we may have preventing us from realization is only noise from the mind.

In this video Mooji offers practical advice for dealing with disturbing thoughts.

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.