29 June 2022
Mooji addresses the sense of ‘doing’ in spiritual practice — how can we balance the urge to meditate and strive for spiritual awakening with the recognition that there is nothing to do, and we are already that?
Mooji cuts right to the heart of the issue and directs us to the quintessential understanding:
“Nobody has ever found the balance. I take away that mischief from you. Only God is balance.”
Mooji points out that both the sense of doing and striving, and the one we take ourselves to be who is trying to attain something, are two sides of the same coin, and both are perceived on the screen of consciousness. Are we witnessing this play from the perspective of the person or from pure awareness?