The Greatest Healing

[Music plays] Satsang with Mooji The Greatest Healing An Invitation from
London College of Spirituality at The Institute of Education, London [Music fades] [Mooji:] Um… [Laughter] Who got that? [Laughter] Come. [Applause and laughter] Ah, this is good. [Questioner:] Hello.
[M:] Hello there. [Q:] I just came
to ask if you would give me some
healing, please? [M:] If?
[Q:] If you would give me [Q:] some healing,
please. [M:] Give something
a meaning? [Laughter] [M:] No, I didn’t
hear you. [Q:] Sorry,
some healing. [M:] Some healing?
[Q:] Please. [M:] Ah-cha.
[Soft laughter] What is wrong
with you? [Laughter] [Applause] I say this thing because many
times for people… It’s become also
sometimes… I went to
one place, they’re having a… ‘This room is
for healing,’ or something
like this. And one girl she
was coming to me, she was
very young. And she’d been
going to many healings. So I asked her,
What is wrong with you? I don’t think anything
is wrong with you. And she says, ‘I just like to
go there.’ [Laughter] So I said,
Okay, it’s fine, if you like to do,
you do it. Like this. My thing is that nobody… If there is a
healing to be made, the healing
will be to wake up. This is the
greatest healing. To wake up from the sleep of thinking we are what we are not. That would be
the greatest healing. Because
with this healing, the world is… somehow, becomes awake even
in your own Heart, something takes
place like that. [Q]: That’s the
one I meant. [Laughter] [M:] Yeah. Then you
have to know you are never sick. What you are… There’s something
inside you which can
never be sick. It cannot die. It is not subject
to change. It is beyond fear. This is what I
came here to share with you. Something will die. Or, you may
call it recycled. Something. And some of
our thoughts, the way
that we think, who we
think we are, this is continuously changeful. But there is something
beyond all of that, even the
witnessing of it. When I call
you to say, But all these
things you talk about, you are
witnessing them. If somebody
came and ask you, ‘Whose is this car?’ You say,
‘It’s mine.’ You don’t say,
‘It’s me.’ It’s not what
you are. It’s something
you possess. And you
can also say, ‘My body, my body is getting old,’
or something. Again, ‘My body.’ It’s like
a possession, not what you are. ‘My body, not me.’ ‘My senses.’ You can speak about it,
I say sometimes, The eyes are
getting weaker. Some people
say to doctor, ‘My eyesight is
really bad in this eye.’ So something
is aware even of the weakening of
eyesight, even. It’s not the
eyesight. It is even watching
the eyesight, itself. Then sometimes
people say, ‘My breath is getting
weaker, also.’ So even
the breath, you are not
this breath. Then, one
person he says, ‘I had a conversation
with this man, and my ego
was crushed.’ So even ego,
you are not. Something is aware
even of ego, even. Then also,
memory. Some people say,
‘My memory is not as good as
it used to be. So something
is observing memory, also. My memory, not me,
not what I am. You see? Also, ‘My
intellectual faculties was much
more sharp before.’ So the
intellect also, something observes
even intellect. So It is beyond
even intellect. It’s not there. Then you say, ‘My life is taking a turn
for the worse,’ or, ‘My life is
like this.’ ‘My life’, also, this life that
we speak about, something is
aware even of this life. It’s not that. Of time – past,
present, future – also, you are
not this thing. Something is
aware of it. What is time
without you? So who is the
witness of all of these things? Something
right here must confirm – I am the one who
perceives everything. Everything.
Every change. Even some
sensations, they are
so subtle, there are no
names for them. But still, they are perceived
in consciousness. All these things, they came
after you. Even knowledge came after you because you are the
witness of knowledge. You are the knower
of knowledge, and of ignorance. You are the
earliest of all. Not you,
personally. Even personality
came after you. You are there before
even personality. You say,
‘My name.’ Also, you are
not the name. The name came,
also it was given. You are aware
of the name. You see? So if all of these
things were swept aside because something
knows them, something
observes them, all these things – what is it
that remains? [Silence] The one
that says ‘I’. ‘I am the perceiver
of all of this. I am the perceiver
of thoughts, of emotion, of time, of actions, of reactions,
of interactions, of change, of hope. I am the one who
perceives even belief. Even understanding,
even misunderstanding, I am the one
aware of it.’ Is it not true? Can’t you
say that? Don’t you say it
every day? Who are you
who observes all these things? Can you, yourself,
be observed? [Silence] We give a lot
of energy to study many
things which are only ephemeral, transient, temporary. None of it
is stable. Everything is
coming and going. We give
so much loyalty, so much
attention, to what
is passing. But That
which observes the passing
of things – does that
Itself pass? Who are you, in the light of
these words? Are you
also passing? That which is
witnessing passing, comings and goings – is That coming
and going? What does It
look like? Can you take a
photograph of that One? Where is It now? [Silence] All your senses, for whom do they for whom
do they bring sensations? Who is the taster
of any experience? These things a
human being can know. And it is good that you know. Because when
you know this, this world
will become a much more
quiet place, a more
peaceful place. [Silence] Then you will
know that One which is
beyond healing, who is
beyond birth, and death, also; while we
have the chance to know that One which is undying, unborn, also. Where will you
have to go to discover
this Truth? Hmm? Do you have to step
outside of yourself to discover
this Truth? Satsang is for
this purpose. It brings you
completely into the real life. The joy which
doesn’t change. The peace which
cannot be broken. And this peace
does not need healing. [Silence] One time, I was
visiting some place, I think it was
in Ireland, and in satsang,
one lady, she says, ‘I want to
sing a song.’ Okay, go
sing a song. And she
start to sing, [Mooji singing]
‘Ohh, my heart is broken,’ I said, Stop
stop, stop, stop. [Laughter] I don’t like
that song. [More laughter] The real Heart
cannot be broken. It cannot
open or close. The real Heart
means the Truth, the abode
of Truth. Give up this
type of lamenting; [Laughter] when you can
be so happy. Even searching
for happiness is quite an
unhappy thing. Hmm? Who is that One
who is aware of happiness, or sadness, also? What is the
state of this One? Inquire, you see? Don’t only live a life based upon
assumptions. If Truth
is what we wish to know, there is not a
lot of things that you need
to be told; there is not
a lot of experiences to gain. Right where
you are, as you are, enough is
with you. Only now, some urge
must come. Some urge
must come. This is the most
important thing now. [Music plays] Video Extract from Satsang DVD
– Urge for Freedom –
11th March 2011 www.mooji.org [Music fades]

Glenn Chapman

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