In this super short three minute video clip from Mooji, he reminds us to let go and detach from everything. He uses the wonderful analogy of being like the sky who has no worries, opinions or thoughts about its content. Small video with a big message.
This 8 minute clip from one of Mooji’s Rishikesh (2016) Satsangs focuses on the quickest and most direct path the self, the most direct path to Awakening, simply by dropping everything and realizing that what is left is YOU.
This 8 minute clip from one of Mooji’s Rishikesh (2016) Satsangs focuses on shedding everything down to what can not be shed to remind us that we are not anything that is happening.
This beautiful 7 minute video clip from Mooji starts out by sitting in silence for a moment with a devotee and then by reminding us that we are the ever-present silence experiencing our own world through the concepts that occupy the mind.
In this six minute video, Mooji explains that because it is not fair to ask the world to be quiet so that we can be quiet, we have to find that quiet place within us which is independent of what is going on around us.
In this 5 minute video from an impromptu walk in the hills of Portugal, Mooji explains that there is no need to try and understand the universe and fill your mind with concepts that can only lead you away from the “Self”. The key lies in becoming empty and following the light within ourselves.
In this 9 minute video we find Mooji doing a short guided meditation asking us to stay empty and remain unplugged from the goings on of the mind.
In this seven minute video clip, Mooji leads a seeker to the “Self”. Mooji shows her that she is the ever present nothing in which all “somethings” appear and disappear.
In this short impromptu video moment, Mooji explains that we should live our lives as the sky (emptiness and free). Enjoy this moment of wisdom with Mooji outside of the formal setting of public Satsangs.
In this 12 minute video Mooji discusses with an inquirer a common phenomenon that occurs for seekers at a certain point. Many seekers come to a point when they realize that they know nothing. The mind has a really hard time dealing with this because the mind’s job is to do. It is looking for a job. Mooji explains that when one realizes they know nothing, the best course of action is to do nothing and be nothing. Otherwise, your mind will just try to replace one concept with another concept.
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.
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.
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!!
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.
In this 7 minute video, Mooji demonstrates that lying beyond the urge for the “truth” is “truth” itself. Realizing that this “truth” is the self, the mind is perplexed and baffled by its simplicity.
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”.
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”.
The answer to this question is super simple and Mooji reveals how easy it can be.