[music] Sahaja Journal
(with subtitles) August – September 2017 [music] ‘The Oak Tree’ by Martin Rixen [music] ‘I Could Sing of Your Love Forever’
by Delirious, performed by Mukti, Prem, Siddhartha and Corrina A Day at the Beach [Mooji] You must taste love and hate. You must taste peace and disturbance, for a while. But as you become wise, you grow out of it. And even if you are the wisest in the whole world, there are still going to be people
who don’t like you! But the more you become true,
the more the life is just sweet. Even when it is bitter, it is bitter-sweet,
sweet and sour. [laughter] [Friend] I needed to hear you say that. [M.] Yes, even when it is bitter
[makes whining sounds], something knows, ‘Thank you, thank you,
thank you, thank you’. [Sangha] Thank you, thank you.
[Mooji] Thank you. [Friend] Hallelujah. [laughter]
[Mooji] Love you. [Mooji] This is the piece going across. Papaji’s Hut So guys, today is Papaji’s Mahasamadhi Day. We have been here, working on this hut, and I just feel to call this little place
‘Papaji’s Hut’. [Friend] Beautiful.
[Mooji] This is in ‘Nirvana Gardens’, or maybe it is going to be called ‘Zen Gardens’,
or ‘Silent Forest’. But this is Papaji’s hut, Papaji’s resting spot. So we are going to put a little sign up there,
this is ‘Papaji’s Hut’. [Krishnabai] Beautiful.
[Mooji] Yes, yes. [Mooji] You are in such an important position, as hosts to those who are coming in today, and to invite them here, to care for them, to look after them,
to make them feel totally welcome, because they are our family,
I treat everyone this way. Grace is with you in your activities, in your actions, also in your interactions. [music] ‘God above’ by Prem and Prabhu [Mooji] So wonderful. So wonderful. Something has been moving inside. From this longing to find love, you came and you found even the source of love. How great!
You didn’t just find the object of love, you felt the source of love, and that this source of love is your true place. You should be the happiest being
in the whole world! And you are, aren’t you? [Questioner] It is so.
[Mooji] Yes, yes. Very good. Retreat Contemplation Days [Mooji] Now, over the next couple of days, you are very much in satsang! It is not a holiday. It is a holy day, not a holiday, and you are to take this time and be with … We have some … we printed this. You will be given some of these very soon, it is just ‘An Invitation To Freedom’. And it is written here. I want you to look at this and to read this, but don’t read it like you are reading a book, or reading some …
you know, don’t fly over it. Read it, take time over it, read it slowly so that you grasp what the words are pointing to. Don’t just read it,
otherwise it just goes into your head. Maybe we have a habit
of reading things very quickly, but this time I am asking you
to read it very slowly. [M.] For instance, if I just pick up on one point, ‘Now as you enter, you are empty. Remain empty like zero,
beyond even the concept of zero.’ You stop. ‘Now you have no history,
you have no reading, you are just empty. Don’t pick up any new concepts. The old we have left behind, and I don’t have any new concepts to give you. You are inside the heart itself.’ [music] ‘Improvisation on Duduk’ by Karuna [Mooji] Stop. [music] ‘In The Now’ by Jiří Dosoudil,
performed by Jiří and Hazel [Friend] Bye! Zmar [Friend] May we sing a song for you, Moojibaba? [Mooji] Yes. Do you want to sing a song for me? [Friend sings] ‘Wonderful World’
by Louis Armstrong [Sangha sings] ‘What a wonderful world.’ [Mooji laughs] [song continues] [cheers and applause] [Sangha sings] ‘We love you.’ [Mooji laughs]
[applause] [Shree] I wanted to tell you about something
that’s new, [S.] that’s coming out today. [S.] This pocket size book of The Invitation. [S.] It’s called ‘An Invitation To Freedom’,
and what happened was, [S.] the team was really inspired
to create the book, [S.] and the challenge came of,
‘Hey, let’s get it ready for Zmar’. [S.] The small team worked together into the night
with Moojibaba. [S.] They added brush drawings, [S.] I was kind of peering in the window
at the team doing this, [S.] so I can only speak from that perspective [S.] of how much joy they had doing this
and getting it ready for now. [Mooji] Gayatri and Mr. Zenji
just came back from Lisbon, from the printers,
and they’ve just handed me this. I have not opened them,
but I am about to open them now! Oh my, oh my gosh!
Oh, look at it! [laughter] [Mooji] Oh, that is amazing! Look at that! [Friend] Wow!
[Mooji] OK, OK! [music] ‘Leaves in the Water’
by Vladislav Shiryaev [Mooji] If I imagine leaving,
and I were on a train, just pulling out of the station,
and you all came to say goodbye, and somebody said,
‘Mooji, just a final word, please, a final word’. The train is, ‘choo, choo, choo’.
[laughter] Stay as the Is-ness. ‘Choo, choo, choo, choo, choo, choo …’
[laughter and applause] [Mooji] That is the significance.
Don’t determine how to be, and sometimes the mind might say, ‘Yes, it is fine being here
with like-minded beings, but how is it going to be,
when you go back to familiar environments, where nobody knows about the Is-ness?’
[laughter] ‘How am I going to be?’ Don’t worry about it! Copyright © 2019 Mooji Media Ltd.
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