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Mooji - An Invitation To Freedom

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Mooji is a spiritual teacher originally from Jamaica, he moved to Brixton in London as a teenager and became a street portrait artist in the West End, and later taught art at a local college. In 1987 at a chance meeting with a Christian mystic, he had a life-changing encounter through prayer, that brought him into the direct experience of the Supreme within. This inspired him to “walk out of his life’ and in 1993 he embarked on a spiritual journey through India, eventually landing at the feet of the man who became his Master, the late Sri HWL Poonja, AKA Papaji. Following in his footsteps Mooji now regularly conduct large Satsang gatherings throughout the world, sharing self-inquiry and directing his students to question, who or what they are at the deepest level.
and Mooji’s final message of hope for all those listening and seeking.


00:00 | Trailer
02:28 Brian’s thoughts on the episode
04:46 Brian’s introduction
05:40 What a Satsang gathering is all about
15:09 His experience of being in ruins of “the Beatles Ashram”
20:35 What he means by the term “beings”
21:47 Simply self enquiry concept and the start of his own search in seeking answers
31:10 A prayer for him, led to a deep peace when he knew he had met God
40:39 Mooji goes to India solely to meet Sri Ramakrishna and is led to Papaji
47:49 His time with Papaji experiencing transformative changes in himself
1:02:03 London and beginning to help those seeking their personal self
1:09:44 Explanation of his idea of the myth of the personal self
1:10:39 The Invitation to Freedom came by grace from God and is helping thousands
1:15:31 What, or who, is God
1:18:24 The evolutionary characteristics of someone who is growing in the spirit
1:23:17 Peeling away the cataract of illusory identity so that one sees from the truth of oneself
1;32;52 How a week-long retreat Satsang is the best environment to investigate your truth
1:36:18 For some, in seeking their truth, it is hard when they release suppressed feelings
1:41:25 What it was like growing up in Jamaica in the 1950s
1:47:06 Moving to Brixton London where his sister was involved in the Brixton Riots
2:00:54 What it is like to be Mooji
2:08:01 An online Satsang with a series of questions taken from people on social media
…Does time exist as we believe it
2:09:21 …Are love, life, truth, death and God all the same thing
2:13:44 …If someone is paralysed by depression what can they do
2:17:49 …How can someone be unconditionally loving
2:19:53 …How can a person overcome anger
2:22:53 …What is the best way to find inner peace when living in a busy city like London
2:23:47 …I often feel loneliness and fear
I would like to leave those feelings, but they feel stuck onme
How can I help myself
2:26:11 …How is it possible to open my heart in a world that is so full of violence and anger
2:29:41 Success secrets
2:30:14 What he sees as the possibilities for the crushed egos in his favourite TV show
2:32:04 … How can one reconcile the modern goal driven life with one having more of a zen attitude
2:34:22 …Can anyone become enlightened
2:35:37 … Is enlightenment realty all that great
Is it worth chasing
2:37:26 He would like to see all people who are consciously open and searching for truth, find it
2:40:32 … Does Mooji believe in karma and reincarnation
2:42:36 … What does Mooji think about drugs
2:46:10 … Has Mooji seen aliens
2:48:18 What Mooji wished had also been part of this Satsang
2:50:58 What does Mooji believe he will be doing in ten years-time
2:53:57 What scares Mooji
2:58:20 What keeps him awake at night
2:58:53 What we would be surprised to learn about Mooji
3:00:53 Phone call to the twenty-year old Mooji
3:05:02 Best advice he ever received
3:07:33 Advice to the young people watching across the world who want to understand themselves
3:09:38 Brian’s summing up.


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