“Grief, embrace it” is a discourse about honoring and accepting the time of loss and sorrow. To reside in silence rather than giving words to grief. To simply let it be.
Mooji is a contemporary spiritual teacher focusing on self-examination. With his warm charisma and Jamaican humor he unmasks many veils of life. For him, self-realization does not mean something that you have to acquire, something that is outside of you and that you must acquire, but self-realization is within everyone's reach, because it exists within you, it is you. After losing a child, Mooji has a very beautiful message around death, loss and mourning—one that honors this precious time, instead of wanting to running away from it.
Grief, it's a friend. Allow it. Be completely in that grief. Whole heartedly.
From experience we have learned that video messages can be used as powerful tools in our personal process of grief, loss, and mourning. We greatly believe in the words of the poet Rumi: "The wound is the place where the light enters". Opening ourselves to those difficult feelings is of great importance. Therefore the power of these messages do not lie in hearing them once, but transformation is born out of time, contemplation, and repetition. The repetition of these messages make space for an opening where the light can enter us, and thus become part of our new being and consciousness.
Deyja is an intercultural investigation into life, death, and dying. We share inspiration on endings, dying, death and loss. Tools for coping with (any type) of pain and grief. To support our personal proces of transformation and mourning. We deal with questions such as “What happens when you die?”, “How to accept pain and loss in our lives?”, “How to give support to someone grieving” and “What happens after death?”