Are we seriously discussing whether someone is pregnant or not based on a single photo on Facebook? And whether the guy next to her likes her or not based on how he is holding her in that moment? And then reading devious things into totally normal, run-of-the mill comments? And then jumping to conclusions like the guy is planning to run away and retire with her somewhere with a load of cash?
You make a good point, Wombat. It's nice to have a place here where we can discuss Mooji without being censored, but maybe we should take care not to let this place devolve to the level of tabloid gossip ;-)
Now, Moo is saying that he has not yet given his highest pointing! So all those people who have paid for a monthly subscription have been missing out, big time. Only, they had no idea that they were missing out- they thought they were hearing the truth. Now there is something higher again, a teaching that they need to wait for or be worthy of...
But then at 32:29 he does say what his highest pointing is:
What is the highest teaching, highest pointing? You are the one you've been seeking; you are the self. But I could not say that to people and that would be enough. It would not be enough.
Earlier he talked about consciousness being like water, in that it has no shape of its own, but it takes the shape of whatever it's poured into. He says that he teaches his students to remain formless.
You can argue against or dismiss what he's saying, but in my experience it indeed is a high truth that he describes. Life can be hell when you're identified purely with your mind, your personality, you memories, your body.
What Mooji talks about is not self-realization but an awakening experience, recognizing (experientially, not just intellectually) that the real you that's been observing all this is itself essentially not the mind, personality, memories, body, or any shape, but formless consciousness without limitation, beginning, or end.
But this is a halfway point. The awakening experience is the seed and self-realization is the tree.
After the awakening experience, you have to come down from the mountain and put your new found recognition into practice. Recognizing throughout the day that even though you experience reality through the perspective of a particular person, your true self is no more this person than anyone or anything else. Recognizing that all form is equally the Self (formlessness).
What does this look like in practice? It looks like someone living a selfless life, not being compelled to act on impulses that benefit the person to the detriment of the rest. It looks like someone lovingly fulfilling the responsibilities that come with their roles in family, work, and society, without ever a moment of feeling sorry for oneself.
Some people want to never leave the mountain, the high of the awakening experience. They want to avoid having to integrate their new found insight by facing the struggles of everyday life. They want to avoid having to confront their still very much intact old egotistic beliefs and habits.
What does that look like in practice? It looks like people thinking they are more spiritual than others. It looks like people trying to escape from reality by seeking refuge in a pretend-utopia where everyone is pretend-enlightened or pretend-becoming enlightened. It looks like people reinforcing these delusions in each other in one big circle-jerk. They find comfort in their collective superiority-complex and their collective denial of their unconfronted psychological issues, fears, wrong beliefs, and lingering identifications (as evidenced by their dismissal of "mind").
Mooji's rants about how holy Monte Sahaja is, how people get their chance for freedom by going there, and miss out on that chance by leaving, this is not healthy. It's manipulation of people who want to live in fairy-tale land. I used to be like that. I've lived in a cult for about ten years. I've developed a keen sense for these spiritual escapism an manipulation vibes.
That's my perspective, for what it's worth. I don't think Mooji's highest teaching is the highest teaching there is. Furthermore, like I explained, I think it can be a trap. I think the highest teaching is to accept what arises as it arises without having preference for either form or formlessness, seeing as it's all the same. Where Mooji's neo-advaita is about a halfway-truth, the Heart Sutra is about the final truth: "Form is Emptiness and Emptiness is Form."