Mooji guides us through the process of self-inquiry, allowing us to see that the “I” we usually talk about is an illusion, and the true “I” is the ever perfect Self.
Have you ever asked yourself whether the world you see is the world as it really is? Have you ever felt a deep urge to find lasting satisfaction, peace and contentment, but not known how to begin your search? Satsang, a Sanskrit term which means being open to Truth, is for this: to discover our inherently perfect nature which lies beyond the changing thoughts, feelings and emotions of conditioned life.
This recording contains unplanned Satsangs that were recorded live in 2011 and 2012 during mealtimes at Monte Sahaja in Portugal, the beautiful spot in the mountains where visitors have the opportunity to informally ask Mooji spiritual questions. The talks were recorded without preparation and in a natural atmosphere, sometimes with the sounds of cooking, cleaning, or fieldwork in the background. The tone of the Satsangs is relaxed, yet intimate and sacred.
In these discussions, Mooji invites us to dive deeply out of our conditioned thought patterns and bring the mind into the stillness that lies beyond the noise of personal identity. He guides us through the process of self-inquiry, allowing us to see that the “I” we usually talk about is an illusion, and the true “I” is the ever perfect Self. If you open your mind and heart to these Satsangs, you will realize that they are the expression of pure Spirit and that Mooji is not only talking to those gathered around his mountaintop table, but directly to you, and to all human beings who seek Truth.
This recording includes:
Bahman – Cry From The Heart Lotus
The Mad Man’s Cry
With Godly Perception
The Divine Bait
What is the ‘I’ that Am
The Great Way
Under the Kilt of ‘I’