In this video Mooji offers practical advice for dealing with disturbing thoughts.
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 this short 5 minute video, Mooji uses a parable to help us understand why so few realize the “Self” when there are so many that are drawn to the “Truth”.
Mooji explains that we believe everything into existence. Thoughts have no power by themselves. A thought without belief is nothing at all, has no power; a thought with belief can start a war, or begin to heal a nation. FIVE STAR VIDEO!!
Mooji explains that we should not let fear guide our decisions. Once you have done everything you can do and it seems like a decision needs to be made and you have no idea what to do, the advice that Mooji offers is to “keep quiet, don’t force a decision”. When the right time comes you will “recognize” what needs to be done. The right decision comes as a RECOGNITION.
Awakening or Enlightenment is not for the self. The self “IS”. The entire process and realization is only for the mind.
Don’t try to save the idea you have about yourself.
In this 10 minute video, Mooji speaks on how to view and deal with our family relationships when they are not operating on the same level of awakening as we are. They can often be a wonderful opportunity to see the triggers that bring us back into the ego and serve as a wonderful learning platform to eliminate old programming that still lives within us.
This short 6 minute video examines the ability to love someone without the imposition of attachments.
“If you identify with the body, then surely you will die. But if you identify with who you really are, you will know that there is no question of dying as you are the everlasting life that springs forth the entire Universe.”
Most of us experience the habit of “wanting”. We want this and we want that, and often when we get what we want we move quickly to the fulfillment of another “want”. Wanting is a game by the mind (ego) to help it continue its existence. In this video Mooji explains that the way out of “want” is by shifting from “Person” to “Presence”.
In this 5 minute video Mooji addresses the super popular question, “How do I stay as the awareness?”. The answer will surprise you. Please pardon the music in the background.
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.
In this short video Mooji uses a story that he has told many times to answer a common question. Many of us want to know… with everything we have to deal with in life, how is it possible to stay as the self like you say. There are too many distractions. It doesn’t seem possible. The answer is really quite simple…
In this amazing video, Mooji helps us see that thoughts are only as important as we make them out to be but that ultimately, even the “person” is only a thought construct that we empower through beliefs.
In this short 5 minute video Mooji speaks on the flow of consciousness which determine all of your life’s experiences and events, including your relationships. This video also includes Mooji’s response to “How can I find a life partner?”
In this excellent 10 minute video answers one of the most common questions of all. Mooji reminds us that whatever we can perceive is not you. Which of your thoughts come from the “true” self? Let’s find out…
This is a 5 star video that reveals the backbone to all of Mooji’s pointings.
Mooji reminds us to stay fully open so we do not suffocate the spontaneity of life.
In this video Mooji answers a letter from someone who says she is losing interest in daily life and that this scares her. Mooji explains that it is quite common for those who realize the truth to lose interest in their daily activities like hobbies, work, money, friends, and so forth, but that actually most of this effect comes from becoming detached. We have been so attached to all of these things that when the attachments begin to go, we feel as if we are loosing interest which may or may not be the case. He finishes with reminding her that having interests is perfectly OK and not in conflict with the truth so long as there is no longer a “someone” there that is attached.