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Mooji PhotoLove Session — 7 Comments

  1. God Bless!Hi TedWe've e-mailed you but here's just a quick note to say thanks for the nice blog, also we came across some sites on Amritanandamay & Nityananda did you get to meet them too– nancee & chris – God Bless!

  2. Beautiful post! Thank you for sharing. Big Mooji fan here too! It is wonderful you had the opportunity to photograph. I often post Mooji tribute quotes / short clips on YouTube called the LifeSeries. The latest is a tribute to Mooji and his book ‘Before I Am’. The link is:

    The PDF version is available to view at:http://issuu.com/psibase/docs/lifeseries3Big respectOne Love

  3. “Love Session” indeed.
    I am savoring this post and deeply grateful for what you offer of anything concerning the beloved Tony Moo, Mooji.

    With appreciation,
    Jean

  4. HI Ted,

    I have found you whilst other people who have been moved by Ramana Maharshi and Mooji! I am desperately trying to connect with others, so your blog is wonderful! Do you know of any meeting in the UK where people come together, I believe that Mooji is now in Portugal but I am not seeming to get a major response on where and how to go see him etc…can you help?

    Thanks

  5. HI Ted,

    I have found you whilst other people who have been moved by Ramana Maharshi and Mooji! I am desperately trying to connect with others, so your blog is wonderful! Do you know of any meeting in the UK where people come together, I believe that Mooji is now in Portugal but I am not seeming to get a major response on where and how to go see him etc…can you help?

    Thanks

  6. Wonderful story.
    I was looking for any special photos of Mooji and found your article.
    One day I was looking through a book that I friend had just bought from a second hand book store. It was about the history of all the incarnations of the Dalai Lama.
    When I got to a certain page, there was a very high quality picture of the 13th Dalai Lama in his early twenties. I couldn’t stop looking at into his eyes and the suddenly time stopped and it felt like we could both see each other here and now. Such an expansive feeling was radiating out of my heart.
    Your photos of Mooji and Ramana remind me deeply of the moment.
    Peace 🙂

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