I came to the same conclusion as you some time ago. Mooji uses hypnosis/trance. His videos leave you in a state of very relaxed confusion, if you are susceptible to trance induction. I felt very fuzzy-headed after watching the Mooji material and I began t have 'nihilist' thoughts, such as 'nothing matters'. I became very suspicious that something was not right with these videos.
I'm reposting something I wrote here ages ago, if you are interested:
> Hi Billyboy,
> I would like to post some links for you to
> A good general website all about hypnosis.
> The author does say that a type of indirect
> hypnosis can be used on people without their
> consent (they have no idea that they are being
> hypnotized) and that this is skill is dangerous,
> if it ends up in the wrong hands.
> This is a BBC documentary. It goes for a full
> hour, from memory, but is well worth watching. It
> explains the science behind hypnosis. A British
> doctor who uses hypnosis in his practice jokes and
> says that hypnosis is similar to
> An article about how cults can use the internet to
> recruit people, just by posting video content that
> is free to watch, but becomes addictive and
> trances people out.
> I recommend you look at all these resources. There
> are also some old posts by a member of Cult Ed
> called 'The Anticult'. He knew a lot about trance
> induction and explained things really well. You
> can do a search for his name here in this forum...
> he was posting 4 years ago. There are a lot of old
> posts to read through, if you have time.
> The stories that you mentioned Mooji telling are a
> special trance induction technique. They are
> called in hypnosis terms "Nested Loops".
> Osho was an expert at these types of 'nested loop'
> stories and much more of an effective hypnotist
> that Moo will ever be. Watch some old Youtube
> clips of Osho, if you have the time. You will see
> that he tells a story within story within a story.
> It is very difficult to follow logically and if
> you are susceptible, then you will become
> spaced-out quite quickly.
> Osho also used the very slow, soft voice and took
> a lot of pauses in his speech. He didn't blink
> much and stared and started into the camera or at
> the audience. This is trance material. The staring
> and the soft voice create a false sense of
> intimacy, and makes whatever he is saying sound
> The trick to hypnosis it to remain as vague as
> possible, while sounding profound.
> Then if you dare, watch Moo's trance centerpiece
> "The Invitation" online. Apply all that you have
> learnt. Notice Moo's soft voice, getting slower
> and sower? The pauses in his speech getting longer
> and longer? Then he stops talking completely and
> stares and stares at the camera? He leads the
> audience in a series of questions to which they
> all reply "Noooooo"
, over and over again,
> like zombies. He even audaciously says to them
> "This is not hypnosis!"
> But unfortunately it is
> As for seeing a therapist about all this, I don't
> think it would do any harm. But I am not a
> psychologist and can only advise you as a friend.
> Make sure you see a trained, registered therapist,
> who is very experienced. Perhaps ask your doctor,
> if you have one you trust, to recommend someone?
> I'm not so sure you should try debauchery. I'll
> leave it up to you, but it may just freak you out
> a bit. What about catching up with old friends?
> Spending time with family? This helped me a lot.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/22/2021 06:00AM by Sahara71.