German translation of Breath of the Absolute (2010). Mooji invites you to take a fresh look at yourself. Of all the subjects debated within the scope of human interest, the one undisputed fact is that we exist. What is not questioned is: As what do we exist?
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Translation of Breath of the Absolute (2010) in German. It is a collection of dialogues between Mooji and sincere seekers of Truth that took place in recent years at the foot of Arunachala, the sacred hill near the South Indian town of Tiruvannamalai.
In Breath of the Absolute, Mooji invites you to take a fresh look at yourself. Of all the subjects debated within the scope of human interest, the one undisputed fact is that we exist. What is not questioned is: As what do we exist? In this book, Mooji will push your mind beyond conceptual bickering into the pulsating clarity of the Unthinkable.
"You wake up each day from the dream; but to be free, you must also wake up from the waking state." / Mooji
"The words in this book, emanating from Silence, are an act of living grace. When Consciousness speaks, that which speaks and that which listens are One. There's no seeker, no beloved. Only... Pure Awareness flowing as Love."
/ Pamela Bloom, Author of The Power of Compassion
"The two people in whom I have most experienced the presence of what we call the Divine are His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Mooji."
/ Isabel Losada, Broadcaster and Internationally Bestselling Author of The Battersea Park Road to Enlightenment