Here Mooji offers a way to to deal with a super busy mind. Essentially, it's pulling back and beginning to observe thoughts that go through your mind, rather than identifying with them, allowing yourself to engage and extend them. Not easy to do, especially when there is an overwhelming amount of thoughts, but even the effort produces results.
Of course, it's best if we train ourselves regularly to begin to see our thoughts as the product of our human personality and not necessarily the truth about how things are. Beyond the thoughts and feelings of our human personality is our essential self, our soul self. Our soul self sees things from a different perspective, a much higher, comprehensive perspective. From that perspective our thoughts are seen in the right light -- as passing human thoughts.
When you pull back and see your thoughts as a passing human perspective, you gain peace.
Of course, that's the purpose of meditation -- to pull back and see things from soul perspective, come to a place where you understand yourself to be spirit also, not just as a human in this physical reality. Besides gaining clarity about a difficult situation, you gain peace.
In this little talk, Mooji explains really well how to do this.