Let This Be the Last Meal
A spontaneous Satsang recorded in Portugal
"Whatever food you eat, you're going to be hungry again." In response to these words from Mooji, a determined seeker says, "Then let this be the last meal."
Letting this be the last meal means to accept that you are just here - no longer running after meals (desires) that you will always be hungry for. "From now on, I am going to do this!" - Can you make such a promise that is alive? Is there something that determination can give to you? Who is the 'you' that will do it? Somehow, this question is almost always overlooked.
Mooji emphasizes this: "It only needs to be recognized and understood the implication of what I am pointing to; I am not telling a 'you' to go and do something to then become 'Mr. Nobody'."
Mooji says to all those gathered around, "Consciousness brought you to me. Seeing you here, my question to you is, what do you want? And, how much time will it take? What are you holding onto that's more valuable than timelessness? Have you shed the serpent's skin? If not, then don't waste time."
Music: 'Servant of Peace' by Snatam Kaur