Depending on their background, someone who follows Mooji's guidance may choose to refer to him as a teacher, master or guru, or to use none of these designations. It is not asked or required that someone refer to Mooji in any particular way. If these titles do not resonate with you, you need not feel discouraged. Mooji encourages us to be natural with him. What is more important to know is that Mooji is fully dedicated to pointing each one of us to our own true nature. In doing so he asks you not to simply believe him, but to confirm for yourself that it is so. In this way lasting freedom and its inherent joy can be discovered.
More information about Mooji can be found on the Biography page.
‘The Guru is actually the polar star around which all things revolve.
He is the unmoving One, the core.
To live with your head at the Master’s feet is to live on top of the world.
I discovered this at the feet of my own Master Papaji.
From here I can say with my full heart:
Enter the boat, the Guru’s boat, because it is through the boat of the Guru
that you can sail across the ocean of samsara.
And samsara is really a life of sorrow, of suffering, pain and confusion.
All beings are in this ocean of samsara
until they awaken to the true Guru within themselves.
The Guru is actually our own Self.
But while we are under the spell, the hypnosis of conditioning,
whereby we think we are only personal, ‘the person’,
this sacred Truth is hidden from us by the veil of ignorance.
Satsang invites all beings to enter into this beautiful relationship
which will not end in a relationship but will guide you really Home
by taking you into your completeness, into your singularity
as perfect unity, perfect Truth, timeless existence.