EGO IS THE COSTUME OF THE BEING| 1hr : 41mins
Director: Mooji Sangha | Producer: Mooji Sangha
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United Kingdom
This Satsang begins with the question "Can the Source be polluted?" Mooji kindly answers, "You cannot do any universal damage!". He quotes Seneca, Errare humanum est (mistakes belong to human nature) and says a truer question is, "Do you have the courage to step into the final destination?". The next questioner states that they are "here for Gold... for the full 100%". With humour, Mooji replies, "You're watching too much Usain Bolt! How many percent are you now?" Roars of laughter free up the energy in the room, as the Master continues, "Let everything come and go; freedom for thought and freedom for you. There is an inner space, in which desires are merely a phenomenal flux. Defining yourself turns you into an object but on vanishing, the person is replaced by natural bliss. You are discontent because you don't know who you really are and you are afraid to be empty, so you don't enjoy the natural solitude". Here Mooji also talks about the power of thought and our imagining that the Buddha had no thoughts. He says, "Your Beingness is so powerful, it knows exactly what is required. Don't retain negative judgements about yourself, just hold back into the Awareness that you are". This video includes: Thought, its Natura and Relationship with Memory and Life, Self-Judgement and Self-Acceptance, Harmony and Chaos. Reading from the Avadhuta Gita "You become like a leaf in the wind...life can be ludicrous but in the apparent chaos, you'll see the unplanned natural harmony."