This super short three minute video of a Skype Satsang from long ago is one who should be watched often as it deals with a reoccurring question and issue. Because of certain thoughts and beliefs that we hold, we often feel that there are many distractions that “take us away from our true Self”. In this video, Mooji reminds that nothing can ever take us away from what we are and why this is so. Let’s listen…
Includes German translation.
In this short video, Mooji provides massive insight into our “wants” and “desires”.
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.
Mooji explains that the “nothing” he is talking about is not the “nothing” that is understood by the mind. He is speaking of a “nothing” beyond the concept of “nothing”.
Who is the seer of “It”? What is “It”? Mooji explains that we are missing the obvious.
This short video is a DIRECT pointing to the self. It also discusses how the mind (or most anyone else) doesn’t want you to recognize because then they will loose power over you. Brilliant!
In this video Mooji explains that true “I” is NOT personal. Activities are taking place spontaneously but the “Self” remains untouched. The “Self” is not involved. The mind is not needed for the activities of life to take place, only for practical purposes. If you don’t believe it, then put it to the test and see what happens.
This video is Part 2 of a 3 Part Series which focuses on Mooji helping a inquirer come to a place of recognition. This second part focuses on taking the inquirer deeper into the the “youless you” and helping her to find find a place of clarity.
Click here for Part 3.
In this short, yet very important video, Mooji replies to a questioner that asks “Is Freedom From Thought Freedom From Ego?” and “I Can Not Stop Thoughts… Am I a Hopeless Case?” Mooji explains that it is not possible to stop thoughts permanently and that stopping thoughts is not the goal. It is more about being free from the influence of thought… see how Mooji replies…
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…
This 7 minute clip of an impromptu Satsang with Mooji, he explains that even after “Realization” takes place, there may come times when the mind is at its most potent in its resisting power to try to break your new understanding and that it is better to be prepared for such experiences rather than loosing confidence in your realization.
In this very short four minute video Mooji reminds us that even the most noble questions are not coming from you. It’s really quite simple. The true you is not capable of entertaining questions. Therefore, any questions one may have come from a separate illusory self which is itself the only remaining obstacle to freedom. Listen to what Mooji says…
In this short 5 minute video, Mooji responds to the question, “How can I become more conscious of my natural sense of being?” Mooji explains that the main obstacle to this is the belief that we are something other than pure being and tries to convey the many ways we place these obstacles in the way of our natural sense of being.
A letter from a participant touches Mooji with the message that it is totally possible to realize the self.
This video helps us to understand the concept of Aloneness and what is beyond the concept of Aloneness and our attachments to not being alone.
In this video Mooji explains that all we need to do is hold our attention on presence. We need to follow the movement of presence rather than handing the moment over to the mind to try to figure out what’s next.
In this video it is discussed that there is only one “Absolute” that incarnates in all forms, but that thanks to duality this oneness can experience other in all of its manifestations. The beauty of “Realization” is that one gets to become awake to the fact that it is all the same “self” and that the seeming separateness is all part of the dream of form.
In this short 5 minute video, Mooji explains that when seeking the “Truth” there is really no need to even ask a question from the “Person” because at its root the question comes from a falsehood. As Mooji says “To get a “True” answer, one needs to start with a “True” question.”
Mooji explains that the value of being in the presence of a master is for guidance and to have someone that can tell you when you are wandering off track. He also explains that it is important to know the difference between a teacher and a master.
This video is a short 4 minute reminder that whatever you can conceive, whatever you can identify is NOT you. All is appearing before you but you can never be recognized, defined or identified with the mind. See how Mooji puts it…
In this 5 minute video, Mooji uses a parable that once you truly see things for what they are, you are no longer able to follow the illusion of it.