Mooji answers a letter asking about fears and resistance. He explains that finding out who these fears and resistance are for and where do they come from. Are they real? Is it mind playing games with you? Could it be possible that they are happening because you don’t yet truly know who you are?
In this short 5 minute video, a devotee wants to know how we can strike a balance between mind and the “self”. Mooji demonstrates that the mind can not achieve balance because it is invested in projections of what balance should be. Then he goes on to explain how inner balance comes to be.
In this video Mooji explains that truly being free is not based on any belief. Freedom comes from being able to answer the question “Is there anything that stops me from being what I am?”. Through the process of self-mastery, one can examine the thoughts, beliefs and situations that keep us from truly being free.
As requested by patrons of this site, here is another 10 minute guided meditation from Mooji. Enjoy!
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.
In this video Mooji speaks with a woman who has a father that has Alzheimer’s and helps her to understand that perhaps what she sees as a miserable state, is actually a preferred state of being. Our minds automatically feel like if you don’t have memories and desires that life can be miserable, but actually it can be quite the opposite.
Mooji describes Satsang as a mirror for the infinite to gaze upon itself and that in Satsang we can witness the shift from person to presence. We can then realize that we are even beyond the presence itself and have life flow before us as compelled by grace. It all starts with letting go of the image you have of yourself and saying “Yes” to your true self.
This 4 minute video from Mooji provides more wisdom then entire libraries of knowledge. Once the message in this video has been assimilated fully into your beingness, nothing else is needed for total freedom within.
In this video Mooji tackles the question about worry and what to do about it. His advice focuses mainly on worry about your children as a parent, but the message would be the same for any kind of worry.
In this short 8 minute video, Mooji shows us that the mind can make up all kinds of crazy excuses to keep us from being free. We need to realize that these crazy thoughts, beliefs and excuses are just that, and upon realizing this we are released to claim our freedom.
In Part 2 of 2 of this amazing discourse with a devotee, Mooji shows that for most, the understanding of the “Truth” is only mental and that in actuality the Truth has not been realized within because of fear of what is going to happen to their physical existence (or life) if they give up the idea of who they think they are. Mooji goes on to explain that one must stand boldly with their understanding to realize the full meaning of the Truth.
To view Part 1 (not necessary), please click here.
The windshield wiper story they are speaking about at the beginning of the video can be found here.
This video clip is so AMAZING that there are no words to describe its importance if one is truly searching for the truth. In 5 minutes, Mooji speaks of at least 6 “Ah Ha!” revelations in simple, clear language that anyone that is ready for the truth can understand and assimilate. This video was given 5 stars only because this blog can not accommodate 10 stars. That is how important the information in this video is.
Mooji can fluctuate greatly in clarity depending on many things, but this is one of those times when he speaks from a place of unbound clarity as if his words are coming from the Universe itself.
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 video, Mooji explains the mechanism of thoughts and that as long as we believe in our thoughts, then they must come into existence in some form whether it is emotional, psychological, or physical. It is our energy that supplies the fuel for their continuance. If ignored, or not believed in, they disappear just as quickly as they appeared because they can not continue to exist on their own.
In this 12 minute video, Mooji uses a short cut to bring us to the self. This “method” is so simple, yet so effective in removing all the questions and just bringing us to the self that can not be brushed away.
For a longer version (19 minutes) that includes this clip click here.
Mooji explains Nisargadatta Maharaj’s famous quote “I leave my human nature to unfold according to what its destiny is, I remain as I am”.
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!!
In this amazing 12 minute video, Mooji explains that the process of “self improvement” only leads to more and more projects to do because its about improving the “person”. The cause of all troubles can be eliminated by the recognition of the “Truth”.
Very often in Satsang, seekers have all kinds of ideas of why they are not achieving what they are seeking. Mooji explains that the short cut is to give up all of these ideas, thoughts and beliefs so that only the truth remains. After all, you are already what you are seeking.
This video is less than 2 minutes long and yet describes very quickly the cause of all “Problems”.
In this 10 minute video Mooji explains how we are not really experiencing suffering, but rather that we are suffering our experience (a quote from Nisargadatta Maharaj). No matter what our minds say under emotional duress, the fact is that the only reason we are suffering is because we are totally identified with the “person”.