Mooji is a well-known guru who teaches the lazy person’s way to spiritual enlightenment (his words). His approach is to help you realize that you are already enlightened. That is the whole of his teaching.

It perhaps comes as no surprise that Mooji has little else to say as he became enlightened quite by chance.

His meeting with a Christian mystic altered the course of his life, leading to profound experiences. He claims to have completed his self-realization after meeting his master, Papaji. This said, Mooji’s own master disputes his spiritual enlightenment — see the video below.

The pathless path?

Mooji the lazy person's guru

Mooji, the lazy person’s guru.

How does one teach something that one’s never learned? It’s quite a paradox. If you became a doctor by chance, would you suddenly have the qualifications to become an instructor in a medical school?

Arguably, an enlightened guru has reclaimed their true nature and is therefore able to teach from a greater wellspring of Knowledge.

This is why spiritual masters become still & silent prior to answering a question. The answer comes from the divine within rather than their minds. All they need do is to connect. Sadhguru calls this the “yogi net”.

Mooji does this as well. He’ll pause prior to giving his answers, though the quality and clarity of the information he imparts is sometimes questionable. If you’re curious, kindly review his answer to the first question asked in the video below. What do you think?

Sometimes, it seems like he’ll crack a joke whenever he’s not sure about something.

The Bottom Line

In our view, there are two possible explanations. Either he is not spiritually enlightened, or he’s a poor teacher. The information he shares may not (always) be wrong, but is it useful? Is it helping anyone meaningfully move forward?

While he’s harmless either way, his satsangs may not be the best use of your time. It’s up to you. It might be a good exercise in discernment, at the very least.

“Leave your existence to existence, stop caring for yourself so much and let the universe care for you: it is the best mother.” – Mooji



  1. If you’re going to do ratings like these, it would help if you actually spent time in the teacher’s presence.

    As someone who has been to satsang for the past 3 years with Mooji, I can say from experience that he is an incredible guru.

    It seems you don’t get his pointings.

    To put people off of his satsangs with a 2 out of 5 ratings is a real detriment to this world. It made me lose respect for the clarity of whoever is arbitrating these ratings.

    • I don’t know how I really landed here 🙂 Guru rating, ok. So who is rating here? Obviously it is pretty useless even so the world is corrupted, therefore also corrupted gurus are existing. How to discern?
      The only thing what brings you the right guru is your own utterly honesty with yoursef. A sincere approach in oneself for truth.
      And this brought this body to Mooji.
      And through the body of Mooji I saw.
      But…I also drunk ayahuasca, sat in Zen meditation with a sincere master, all of it contributed to “awakening”
      Mooji and most of the gurus here are not questionable,
      questionable is only the “mind”
      The mind trying to put up a guru rating here which is useless.

      Yet there is really questionable beings amongst us who really are trying to deceive, I came across as well and true discernment is here because I see.

      Mooji is not in this realm!

      Blessings to all the beings in this dark age making their best to point us to the truth and yet being persecuted like a Jesus and many others !

  2. Oh, another one of Papaji’s fraudulently enlightened gurus run amok? Nice. I’ll pass!

  3. His own teacher is against his enlightenment? Maybe it is a “test”… you know how so will challenge the enlightenment to see the reaction

  4. Ten years ago, I probably would have agreed with the author’s review. Today is a different story. Mooji is amazing if you are looking to go deeper. Some people may not be at that point on their path and they find his questions and teachings do not resonate with them, yet. But keep going. Go deeper. Don’t be afraid.

  5. I agree with every word you say… As a mother of 22 years old boy that somehow find him, I can see that he is lost in his life, he is not connected to the world, sitting in his room all day without doing nothing except listen to mooji.. Spending his money to travel and meet him in Portugal, no feeling are aloud to go out just inside within himself.. Like the crown that ere laughing at that suffering women, not listen to her pain not trying to help …

    • The same thing has happened to my daughter since she has been listening to Mooji. She was perfectly normal before 2 mths ago. Catatonic state, lethargic, trance-like state, talking to herself in her room. I’m really concerned. She Is only17 but published a book last year- a bright child. I will tell the world what he is doing to young minds!

  6. Once again really gotta say perhaps you should spent more time practicing the teachings of these so called Guru’s rather than criticizing them. Probably would be more useful for your growth. Good luck with everything

  7. We can not just turn everything over to the whims of the environment. Because we are in a conversation with the environment. This conversation is ONE. And, have two parts in causality movements, which is the spiritual language from the eternal timeless foundation. Therefore we need to act with compassion and heart. Keep your body healthy. The body is the link between the two parties’ holistic conversation. A conversation that painters our secondary reality. Therefore, everything can be seen as a ‘Monad’. A circle with a center, where the space between is filled with this holy magical conversation. Here Mooji breaks when he can’t bring everything to holy One. / Per Alltrelén

  8. I tried to set up a website called Free At Last to expose the abuses experienced at Mooji’s camp. They contacted the web host and had it removed. Beware those who would defend their brand with one hand but make people dependent on them with psychological games with the other!

    • Thanks for sharing, Sammy. I’m happy you were able to see through the lies and deceptions.

    • My daughter has not been eating, sleeping, trance-like state since listening to Mooji 2 mths ago. I want more info on this ‘guru’ please! I am desperate for help with my teenage daughter. She was completely normal before listening to him for hours a day, doesn’t want to do anything but listen to him, so I have banned her to listening to Mooji. I encourage meditation but not this hypnotic guy!

  9. Papaji does not mention Mooji in this video! Whats more Papaji passed away in 1997…Mooji began to teach in 1999 (and he did so because people came to him asking questions, not because he wanted to be a teacher).
    My experience of Mooji is nothing but integrity and it is clear that he has helped many people all around the world to find peace.
    You claim he does not encourage any kind of practice but a brief search on Youtube will prove this is not true. His teachings are tailored to each individual person who speaks with him.

    I think this website probably has good intentions and can be of some use in spotting fake gurus but you seem to be criticising a lot of teachers who really do live a life of humility and have helped many people.

    Peace mate

    • Thank you for clarifying this misinformation! This video of Papaji is from 1994.. Mooji was not teaching those days and he had the big realisation of the Self some years later if I remember correctly..

  10. The true teaching happens beyond what the mind can grasp.
    Any comments here can so only reflect a thought or opinion of
    mind activity.
    Mooji always points to the space in which everything is received including
    all mind activities.
    From my own experience he is one of the best Advaita teachers in world.
    His presence and compassion can be felt and seen by everybody
    with an open heart and a clear mind.
    What would be the purpose for mind control or abuse of somebody who is not anymore identified with that field.
    What more to say. 😉

  11. “The true teaching happens beyond what the mind can grasp.”
    How convenient!

    “Any comments here can so only reflect a thought or opinion of mind activity”
    Yes all contrary opinions do seem to be demonised under ‘mind.’ Careful not to think too much about anything!

    “Mooji always points to the space in which everything is received including all mind activities”
    He also points to 5 dollars for a small vile of Portuguese sand from his centre. It’s holy don’t you know!

    “His presence and compassion can be felt and seen by everybody with an open heart and a clear mind”
    Any basic cult book will tell you this is a classic double bind: Any criticism is due to your lack of ability to see the truth. Nonsense.

    “What would be the purpose for mind control or abuse of somebody who is not anymore identified with that field.”
    Yup! Agreed… therefore….. fake guru… and…… cult!

  12. A 2/5 rating for Mooji is too low . Many of these criticisms I have not witnessed in him. He appears to be very patient and humble. Besides Gurus are not perfect anyway. I agree with a previous poster that he is one of the best of the Advaita teachers. It is clear that he had guided many in the path to self inquiry. I would also like an elaboration on what the “lies and deceptions” are. What is it in his teachings that are incorrect?

  13. I really like Mooji,he has deep insight,whether he is truly enlightened only an enlightened Being can tell.One thing bothers me a bit, he’s gone all Indian ,yet he was born Jamaican ,all this bhajan singing and rituals is ,it turning into a religious cult,perhaps with the best of intentions?
    Truth is beyond religion isnt it?
    My Guru Sathya Sai Baba,is said to have been born fully enlightened, an Avatar and in my experience and has infinite knowledge, Omnipresence and God given powers too when he was on earth although many dispute this,but millions accept it by their own experience and not by blind faith..his is a silent teaching and guidance from within even though he passed away he still guides.but not as a man,but pure Spirit.
    After watching about an hour of this video one thing came to me,Baba said to one devotee,”Too much information,not enough transformation” a typical baba comment to the point,
    I mean how much information does one need to know one exists? this seeker has had experiences of something other than his normal self,but as Mooji says they are phenomenal,anything phenomenal doesn’t last .but the SELF is always here,yet we cannot see it,how does the eye see itself? only in a mirror and Teachers like Mooji are good mirrors but maybe sometimes the mirror gets dirty and cannot reflect a true likeness of the Divine.Mooji has so many teachings one can become confused constipated to step back and get quiet”,be still and know I am God”Bible, even Mooji says that,yet he keeps giving talks non stop.Now he’s called Moojibaba and some devotees are treating him as though he has Godly powers, like an Avatar.I have seen no evidence of this.Hes blessing things and selling them ,Sai Baba never charged money for anything and gave away hundreds of thousands of precious objects he materialised in his lifetime as a sign of his love,His humanitarian work in India is legendary,too much to list here.
    Sai Baba also says “The best Guru is God and he lives inside of you” as Jesus said “The kingdom of Heaven is within you”
    Gurus can only point the way,you have to reach the destination yourself,and that can only happen by Divine Grace,not book knowledge or countless hours listening to Gurus..
    Be a truth seeker,keep asking, what is truth?in the end you will know it for sure.and it cannot be described,and there will be no more you.”When the I shall die,then I will know who am I ” Paramahansa Yogananda, another great teacher who has been a great influence..

    • Hi Anthony,
      I really appreciate your comment. I have listened to some mooji in the past on youtube before he exploded and became big. A old friend in fact lives on his retreat and has cut himself off pretty much from most people outside of it…
      I liked his early stuff but recent videos left me bewildered, with the chanting (directed at him) and the trinkets he sells on the site with his face on. It strikes me as turning evermore cult like. I feel that it’s a deep error to start worshiping or allow oneself to become worshiped and misses the entire point! For better or worse, the human ego is very powerful and can overtake us, disguising itself as something else…
      I agree totally, the guru is inside. I have recently had a couple of phases (lasting a week or two) where I felt complete and present and totally joyous like a child, and for no reason other than just being. It was wonderful. I got knocked down from that state I’m not established in yet by fear around my career (two times in fact, second much milder), so clearly I have some letting go to do around that topic 🙂 These states were triggered spontaneously, though I have spent much time absorbing various material from a variety of sources, anything that resonated with me. Last time it was triggered by a funny show on netflix…there are no rules, and if one thinks there are, well that’s just the ego talking :))
      All the best.

  14. Mooji allegedly engages in a variety of techniques: group euphoria & peer pressure, charisma-based bullying with supporting entourage, gaslighting and psychologically distressing people behind the scenes to induce breakdowns (known as breakthroughs there of course- “it’s ok to lie for guruji” one ex-member-in-training was told by the senior staff), deliberate double binds (e.g. accusing people of being “chameleons”, forcing them to try to be inhumanly consistent all the time (which no one is, but of course the recruit is anxious to please), whilst at the same time manipulating the situation, making it impossible for them to be so. All done by the devotees of course. Mooji acts all innocent, dropping the right phrases into satsang so you start popping. It’s kindalike zen, except it creates dependency, i.e it’s a bit rapey. When the recruit inevitably fails, they face the wrath of the entourage until they break down and become compliant. Meanwhile Mooji himself is free to be as inconsistent as he likes- even to the point of being a real teddybear on tv), public shaming and pressuring, the “advaita shuffle” (“yes, but who’s saying that”- worth a google). A whole lot of stuff. Allegedly.

  15. @HardManToKill None of the allegations you report strike me as improper, considering no one signs up for a Mooji retreat without knowing (unless they have closed their eyes to the ample free online text and youtube material) that they can expect to have their sense of identity burned down. It is pretty much stated in big letters on the front page of Mooji’s site. The idea that this creates dependency or is ‘rapey’ is your interpretation of this process. Some may leave angry: why, Mooji himself left his master’s presence angry and determined to leave town, then subsequently realised the benefit from what had initially seemed a painful encounter.

    As for other posts about Mooji taking money, and suppressing a critical website, it is clear from David Godman’s videos that the management of Ramanashram wanted to suppress a scurrilous attack on the master, and wanted to ask for money. Baghavan overruled the management on these points, although his attitude to practical matters was mostly hands-off. Mooji has clearly accepted his management’s decisions, and I know not to what extent he supports them, or why he resigned as director of the companies running his operation.

    I have been at Mooji retreats and felt his presence I honour him. The fact that his organization appears rather commercial, when Baghavan and Papapaji adamantly opposed asking for money for satsang, is something each seeker must reflect on for him or her self. It does trouble me.

    To be fair, Mooji and his organization has been superbly generous in the provision of excellent free videos, and to some extent of free live satsangs, so if one can live with charging structure in principle, there is no need to be excluded from Mooji’s guidance for lack of funds.

  16. I just returned from his Silent Retreat at Zmar Portugal. Mooji is a total fraud. He is far from being enlightened or a spiritual teacher. It’s a very well crafted show. Beware – Mooji is a great Performer though !

  17. Is this stuff true?. It sounds horrible. I had watched some videos before and thought it a bit on the creepy side anyway- all the people in white. Why are they all wearing white? No one was wearing white a few years ago. Now it just looks like a cult, and seems from what’s written above that it is one.

  18. I find the negative feedback here hard to understand. I listened to Mooji for many years, I’ve since returned to the Catholic Church – but that’s another story ( Long story short, read Meditations on the Tarot if you are interested. )

    However in relation to Mooji, I only ever watched Mooji’s youtube videos, and for a good few years I had no idea what he was saying, pointing to, trying to reveal, until slowly I realized – this must be what he is speaking about.

    Whether Mooji is legit or not, he gave me something I had not had before ( well I did but didn’t recognize it ), he showed me something that I had been unaware of.

    I never met him, never paid any money to him ( aside from one of his books ), never built my life around him ( giving up personal desires, relationships etc ), never became mentally unstable ( the opposite in fact, I was doing lots of drinking and drugs ).

    If you try and speak to someone, and show them ‘this’ that I discovered through Mooji, and they have not had time with attempting to discover it before, they will have no idea what you are talking about. I’ve noticed this with my wife, and a few of my friends – and I was just like them for the longest time. (You have to be receptive to it, one of my friends, who used to be an avid atheist, and didn’t ‘see’, recently sent me a text message, saying ‘Thank you so much man, my life is so much better after Mooji’ )

    Now I ‘see’, what Mooji is attempting to reveal to those who will listen to him.

    It’s hard to describe to someone what it is.

    Often I will ask the question, ‘What does it FEEL like, ‘to be’?

    And most people, will look puzzled, and then begin to describe how they feel like in the moment – agitated, tired, frustrated, a little down, happy etc.

    But this is not answering the question.

    I am asking them what does it feel like simply ‘to be’, what does their ‘am-ness’, ‘is-ness’ feel like?

    Not how their mind, body, or emotions are making them feel, but THAT, IN which these feelings arise, and BY which these feelings are known – how does THAT feel?

    Even if you press them, they won’t know what your getting at, it was the same for me for years, I listened to Mooji and had no idea what he was talking about, until as I mentioned, I slowly began to see.

    I’m not ‘enlightened’ but I know what Mooji is talking about, I can bring my attention to ‘this’.

    My understanding of being ‘enlightened’, is essentially ‘this’, which I’m trying to describe, moves to the front of your experience, and remains there period – it’s your first point of contact with Reality, and not the comings and goings of the ‘world’.

    This is nothing special, it’s nothing supernatural, but it’s something that I never knew about myself before, something ‘in’ me ( or me myself? ) something that is totally peaceful, never troubled, ‘feels’ content, wanting nothing, needing nothing, it cannot be added to, to make it better, nor can anything be taken away from it, to make it less than it is – it simply is. I don’t often enough come to this ‘place’, and ‘marinate’ here, but I imagine if I did, you would / could describe this place as ‘bliss’.

    Anyways, my whole point of this is that Mooji allowed me to see all this about myself, no one else, I paid him nothing, I gave him nothing – and he gave me something, ‘this’, once you know what he is pointing to, you don’t even have to listen to him anymore, you’ve got it – he just keeps pointing to ‘this’, and saying stay here – be quite, be still.

    So if you’ve got it, you can say goodbye, and never listen to him again – doesn’t matter if you think he is legit, the real thing, a con artist, a devil, you don’t ever have to think about him again.

    Of course there could be strange things going on around him, because humans are very odd, mostly ill in fact. If you all of a sudden opened up your house to any random person to come and visit, and stay, can you imaging the mixed bag you would have? Can you imagine all the psychological idiosyncrasies, mental issues, various members of the group might have?

    Bringing this post to a conclusion, I think anyone who is judging Mooji first, before giving considerable time ( I listened to him critically and reservedly, but kept listening, trying to grasp what he was talking about for about 3 years before I understood ), to discover what is he actually talking about ( because he is talking about something for sure, I know it now, as sure as I know my arm ) is jumping the gun, and being unreasonable.

    God bless,

    • “Of course there could be strange things going on around him, because humans are very odd, mostly ill in fact. If you all of a sudden opened up your house to any random person to come and visit, and stay, can you imaging the mixed bag you would have? Can you imagine all the psychological idiosyncrasies, mental issues, various members of the group might have?”

      He didn’t ‘suddenly’ open up his house. These people PAID for his house. And ‘his house’ is COVERED in framed pictures of him looking holy EVERYWHERE! His house has a gift shop. His house is entirely focused on one person, him, and its all about him. The idea that these people just show up and he has nothing to do with it is ridiculous.

    • Hi Mark,you ask what is it like ” to be” I have had what I believe its like “to be” ,each time it has been spontaneous starting at aged about 8 (the body is now 73)
      significantly it was not when I was meditating,but just sitting still, being innocent ,not really thinking of anything in particular,minding my own business, I became aware of a great sense of peace and relaxation intense happiness even Blissful ,like a release of tension mentally and physically,it was very enjoyable,I wanted to stay in that state forever, worldly attractions became uninteresting but the world itself,nature, was beautiful and seemed to radiate love even down to a small rock. “all is one ” comes to mind, “all is God ,there is nothing else but God” as Sathya Sai Baba used to say,the state lasted from hours at first to months,gradually fading off,I had a family who were not in the least interested in spiritual matters, but I had to work in the world in order to support them, that was my karma.So I learned meditation in order to stay in tune.
      There are clues in the Bible about what the state is like,”The peace that passes all understanding” is very accurate and “Be still and know I am God” “The kingdom of Heaven is within you”
      I would add that in my experience it is a natural state and book knowledge or any particular belief or religion will not make any difference although there are good pointers in books as outlined above, some even by present day teachers like Mooji.they can only point ,not actually give anyone the experience. Although apparently one can feel the great peace when in the company of a genuine teacher, its catching.
      God or whatever you wish to call truth, “the truth shall set you free” is within and without, its Omnipresent,you don’t have to go anywhere in particular,as long as you can be still in a quiet place and constantly seek truth then you will feel what is in truth, your own Reality “I am That” they teach in some teachings.
      Sai Baba used to say “After lifetimes of searching all over the world in Temples and in churches,you eventually come full circle to yourSelf,your Own Reality, your Being ,”
      This is non duality ,all is one, there cannot be two truths, the person,and God. The person or EGO is seen to be an idea, a mind construct based on conditioning, and a great weight is taken away and you laugh,this is the same as the peace that passes all understanding known as” Buddha Mind” the great mind or God beyond the personal very limited one, that is totally free or empty of thought But in order to function in the world one still uses the personal mind, it is not lost..
      I didn’t understand it at the time but I believe by Gods grace I was shown the end of the spiritual journey that we all must undergo,nothing in the world can compare to that state of “To Be” “To be or not to be ,that is the question” Shakespeare must have been an enlightened Being !
      One more saying from Paramahansa Yogananda ,”When the I shall die, (THE EGO) then I will know WHO AM I”
      Hope that helps.
      Love, Anthony.

  19. It is sad to see the state of this page.
    First of all rating guru’s is an act of sheer arrogance. It based on an assumption that one himself is qualified and mature enough to gauge an awakened being.
    Please understand that we are not shopping on amazon here that we are looking at reviews and ratings for Guru’s. Seeking the ultimate is a very profound and sacred thing. If one is genuinely seeking that he or she must decide for themselves. Rather than making immature statements in the air, the correct way is first to follow the pointing of that master with integrity and see for oneself. If any questions arise, then it is advised to get them clarified.
    As one begins to follow the pointings/teaching genuinely he or she can realize their efficacy and decide for themselves if they would like to follow the master or not.
    Rest is just timepass in the name of spirituality and seeking really. A sincere seeker is focused on this goal of self realization and does not waste time in useless gossips, ratings, judgements and opinions.

    • Lol. Yes the best way to see if heroin is good for you or not is to try it. Really give it a go. Yes, of course, everyone’s told you it’s a bad idea. I know it seems TOXIC from what you’ve read and what others have told you. But you must examine. Really get to the bottom of it. Then six months later, use your discriminating wisdom and critical judgement to see if it’s something you really need or not.

    • So seeking the ultimate is a sacred “thing” but you have to focus on that “goal” and not waste any time? Is that your mature understanding of spirituality? Wow

  20. Mooji is the real deal, right up there with Papaji and Ramana, Echarte and Adya and Byron Katie. 2/5 is only showing the raters own lack of understanding of Mooji’s teaching.

  21. Guru ratings have you been to one of his satsangs or enountered him so you can experience his presence for yourself before rating him or are these ratings based on what you have observed online??

  22. Hello friend,
    First of all thank you for taking time to start this website to review some of the “Gurus” out there.
    Even if you get it wrong at least there is the opportunity to learn something and start a conversation from which we all can learn.
    I followed Moojis answer very carefully and found that Mooji was listening very carefully to the questioner but the questioner simply could not hear Mooji or get the truth being conveyed in that moment.
    The questioner was not ripe so Mooji told him to come back later when he would be ready.
    Mooji used many analogies and jokes but all no avail but you never know when it will penetrate him perhaps later in the same day or later next year you never know but his whole point is that you are like a ghost looking for a cure to a problem when you just really need to see you are not even real. Your self image is the real problem but the questioner could not see it.
    I found Moojis words and expressions to be brilliant and full of compassion.
    Just go to Rishikesh and enjoy a month of free satsang next time he is there and I guarantee you will not be dissapointed. You dont have to be personally close or even speak with him just be there to heal your mind and soul and Im sure you will raise your rating to 3 or 4 out of 5?

  23. Mooji is a guru. Is he a sadguru, a fully enlightened bring? Who knows? Or is he a upaguru, the one who leads you to your guru? There is no faking it because false and real are expressions of duality and advaita is oneness, non duality. This polar logic which has opposites united – such as truth and falsehood- can be very hard to grasp as it is such an irrational concept. Mooji teaches from this irrational heart of advaita. How to make sense of that? Does he bring solace to lost souls? It sounds like he does. I don’t enjoy his videos or writings but others do.
    It doesn’t sound like a cult in as much google and Facebook are not cults- or are they? He sells stuff on the web site. Got to pay the bills.
    In short not my cup of tea but clearly loved by many. In terms of a vote :a big fat zero because that is the perfect number, shunya, nirguna, like the self that was, is and always be full and complete, realised c

  24. “Just go to Rishikesh and enjoy a month of free satsang next time he is there and I guarantee you will not be dissapointed.”

    I would watch it at home for a week. You will have heard every story and trick and and every little technique he has. He has the basics to teach you if you can’t be bothered to Google them. The air and water in Rishikesh is filthy now. And you will spend a month dealing with the mooji machine and all the Indians earning more in six weeks then they do the rest of the year. Don’t bother.

  25. I followed Mooji for quite a while and fell for it. I have since turned away from this and realized he is one of these false prophets the Holy Word speaks of. He sings to false gods and worships false gods. His teachings are very tricky and deceiving.

  26. I think that Mooji is a sad man, spiritually unsure, and emotionally exalted being. He has been a chronic non-achiever in the outer world, not be able to keep marriage together, to retain other long-term close relationships, to hold down a teacher position at the Brixton college, to make any career jobs or an education, to do any significant art works, and atc. In the inner world, Mooji has never done any longer spiritual practices or meditation and has not reached any permanent higher step of enlightenment either or any sainthood states. In addition, he does not possess any extraordinary spiritual power or the divine grace. For that reasons and other psychological complexes, Mooji has built the cult of an enlightened guru and a beloved master, he allows and encourages his followers to worship him, to kneel down in front of him, to put his photos everywhere, and he blesses everybody and everything including a Christ chapel in Monte Sahaja ashram (in video:, Moojibaba reflects on the culture at Sahaja the Ashram 2016.). Mooji still remains a spiritual beginner and just a populistic teacher, and a spiritual motivation speaker. (other video of worshiping: Identify yourself — Satsang with Mooji,

  27. Hi,

    Isn’t this a bit polarizing??

    I am not a follower of Mooji, and prefer the teachings of Adyashanti or Byron Katie for my own process. But I have witnessed the Mooji community to grasp a level of truth which is admirable. He is not a fraud. Nor is he the ultimate master by any means.

    But everyone will have their own path and gravitate to what their soul values on the deeper, regardless of ratings or opinions. For certain, Mooji is not Ramana. He is not an aged old soul. Still, I see there is value in his community and teachings as long as one can transcend them and enter the whole.

    Thank you for sharing.

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