In this short video, Mooji provides massive insight into our “wants” and “desires”.
We must not get discouraged. It is perfectly normal to baptize our attention back into this place of seeing again and again. The mind steps in at every opportunity. This fantastic video reminds us that just because our attention goes off, that doesn’t mean we are not making progress.
Mooji explains the relationship between the “Self” and daily activity and experience.
This beautifully produced 6 minute video covers a lot of ground and gives us a bird’s eye view of the beauty of Monte Sahaja, Portugal.
In this video Mooji explains that it doesn’t matter what religion you are, what your traditions are, that the only purpose of Satsang is to find who or what you are. Then you can go on and practice any religion or traditions you had before as they are the expressions of God’s grace in your particular body.
In this 11 minute video, Mooji responds to a seeker who has had a very difficult life and spent many years in jail and is now ready to find love and happiness. Mooji explains that love and happiness is not found through the search for it but rather through finding that place within which is effortless and free from all desires.
Here is a wonderful 20 minute guided meditation from Mooji called “Simply ‘I Am’ in this Moment of Presence”. Just sit back, relax and enjoy!
This 8 minute video is one of the most precious Mooji videos. It explains what it is like to BE life as the self.
Mooji explains that we are already “That” and every thought, every idea, every concept we have until this is fully realized is simply the play of consciousness.
In this video Mooji is SUPER DIRECT and is not kidding around. It’s time to really take a look at WHO is asking all of these questions. When asking a question, we must check in first and ask “Who is asking this question?” Is it the mind? Is it the beingness? Why waste everyone’s time answering the frivolous questions of the mind? There’s really no need to find a fictitious answer for a fictitious question coming from a fictitious sense of self.
In this very short video, Mooji reminds us that the beingness can not be disturbed. Only the idea we have about ourselves can be molested by other ideas (thoughts). The beingness has no ideas about itself therefor it always remains untouched.
Mooji explains that in what we truly are there are no teachings. As pure awareness, the concepts that are used to try to explain or point us to what we are are completely irrelevant and of no use.
In this AMAZING 9 minute video clip from Mooji over nine years ago, he explains that there is nothing that needs to be done to be what you are. He also explains that we need not fall into the trap of trying to do something to remain stable in the awareness. Listen to Mooji as he helps us realize that what we are is simply prior to ALL…
In this 10 minute video, a long time devotee explains that he feels that in order for him to feel completely whole and fulfilled he has a need to find a love, a partner. He also says that he knows this is not true but that this vasana seems to be incredibly persistent and won’t go away. Listen to Mooji’s response…
In this five minute video clip filmed at the Kannapa Temple in Tiruvannamalai, India, we see Mooji having an impromptu Satsang explaining that the first step in “realizing” the God-Self within us is to learn how to bring our attention away from the forest of associations and attachments.
We only need to drop everything we have read, everything else we’ve been told, only direct our attention to the source of attention, the source of all… simply awareness. You are that!
When one realizes the “self”, all doubts will be removed automatically.
This is a 5 star video that reveals the backbone to all of Mooji’s pointings.
Mooji explains that whatever you can describe or label is not you. None of the content and activities of life are you. You are the witness (awareness) behind everything that is happening. You are even the witness of the witness.
Mooji explains that to stay as the “self”, there is no need to try to stop thoughts. It is enough to just not feed them with your energy and they will pass. Unless we feed energy to our thoughts, thoughts by themselves have no power and are just fleeting phenomenon.
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.