Good morning, friends.
I’m not sure if I’ve said yet how in love I am with the teachings and presence of Mooji. He gets straight to the point, always aiming to take the most direct route to self-realization (God-realization, etc.). He intuitively reads energy, which is a necessary skill for effective teaching. It’s also pretty rare to find. Similar to Ramana Maharshi, he points all who listen right to where we are, which is here, already in Truth, which is also who we are. I can feel his depth even through the internet, and most importantly: His wisdom rings true with what I have experienced in my own life.
When I’m in my own space, my morning routine goes like this: Wake up, sit down to meditate (15-20 minutes), start coffee while showering, stretch/do other strengthening exercises to music, and then I listen almost exclusively to Mooji videos as I get dressed. If I have a few minutes I’ll read some of a spiritual text before I head out. (Right now, being that my hosts are Christian and I honestly don’t know much about this major spiritual tradition, I’m reading the Bible.) It’s a pretty awesome routine that puts my priorities and intention for life in central view right away. I recommend it.
Anyway, I’m here to share the video that popped up in my YouTube feed this morning:
It ties in nicely with what I wrote in my most recent post, and with what I know many of you are realizing today. In this video, Mooji is approached by a man who has been psychiatrically hospitalized twice. Mooji gently explains that the imprisoners (cops and psychiatrists) don’t really know what they’re doing, and are not aware of the spaces this man has been to.
In the end, though, it is ultimately a blessing to go through such experiences. “Sometimes your very sickness is your healing,” he says.
It resonated deeply with me. I hope you will also appreciate it.