This short five minute audio clip is from a super popular video clip that has been shortened to provide us with a quick reminder we can listen to often. This is a great little clip to listen to first thing in the morning to keep us on track for the rest of the day.
Mooji provides clues about vigilance and attention.
Mooji speaks of Nicodemus having Satsang with Jesus and the message he shared.
In this wonderful 5 minute video, Mooji reads from the Avadhuta Gita.
This video is less than 2 minutes long and yet describes very quickly the cause of all “Problems”.
In this short 8 minute video, Mooji reminds us that duality is not the problem but rather it is identity which causes all of the misconceptions and misunderstandings. He goes on to explain that duality is actually God’s play and God’s way to view itself, and even use it to understand itself more deeply and realize its true nature.
This beautiful three minute video was created by Lucia Lagana and combines music, images, and quotes from Mooji. This video is inspired by the words of Jesus Christ claiming “I am the way, the truth and the life.”
In this 13 minute video, Mooji shows us how to summon the power of direct inquiry. For years we have placed great importance on the mind and the effects of conditioning. Not even Christ or Buddha could escape conditioning, and yet just like them we have the power to transcend it by following Mooji’s instructions for inquiry.
Is there pizza after enlightenment?
Put this video on your “Watch super often” list. It’s a gem of a gem.
Any type of “blockage” we feel we may have preventing us from realization is only noise from the mind.
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”.
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.
In this short 5 minute video, Mooji explains that often we call our attention “I” and take it to be who we are when in reality attention is only a functioning. It is one of the greatest powers of consciousness BUT it is NOT the essence of who we are.
In this 10 minute video Mooji covers a lot of ground. He speaks about the fact that “awakening” is only for the mind and that the “Self” is not affected in any way whether the mind is awakened or not. He also speaks on the subject that so many people just go around speaking of the “truth” as if they have internalized what they are talking about, and yet they are fully asleep. These we call “Spiritual Parrots”, they speak the truth but yet they have no idea what they are talking about.
In this 6 minute video, Mooji expresses his view of anger and offers some suggestions on how we can best deal with it starting with the realization that the statement “I am angry” is not true. The huge difference comes when you realize that the “I am” is not angry, but that there is just angry feelings appearing before the “I am”.
In this 6 minute video, Mooji speaks on the fact that we are all 100% THAT and that we have just imagined ourselves to be something else. He explains that there is no difference between you and the Buddha and everything else we think ourselves to be is a complete illusion.
In this beautiful 5 minute video clip from Mooji we find a seeker coming to a beautiful recognition that upon Awakening, even the “I am” can not be found and you can again welcome the universe to do its thing with the body without requiring designated driver.
In this 9 minute video from Mooji, he shows us step by step how the play of spirituality goes from innocence to identification with the body and a return back to the stillness from which life flows, with all the steps in between. Excellent video if you wish to realize the self.
This amazing 10 minute video from Mooji helps us to see clearly that intention, want and desire is the most common source of our suffering. He also explains why it seems that the fulfillment of our desires brings us joy, when in reality it is only a very temporary period when we stop suffering the desire.
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