Living from the Ground of Being
Sharing our Stories of Realization and Recognition
Letters from the Forum
The Gangaji Forum is a potent and intimate source of connection for members of this community. We asked a few contributors for permission to share their recent posts with you. Read More
Volunteer Spotlight | Helping Us Get Back to In-Person Events
As we reflect back on 2022, one of the highlights has been our return to in-person events. After a two year hiatus, Gangaji was able to welcome many of you to retreat at Fallen Leaf Lake in South Lake Tahoe, at Santa Sabina Center in the Bay Area, and in our own sweet home town of Ashland, OR. Here are a few of the many volunteers who made that possible. Read More
Volunteer Spotlight | Prison Correspondence Program
Almost a year ago we welcomed Sandy Muñoz to our team as the volunteer in charge of  pairing prisoners with potential corresponders, and making sure all the letter that fly across the country reach the right hands. Here is her report on serving in this vital role. We are so grateful to have Sandy on the team! Read More
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If your life has been touched by Gangaji’s invitation, join her in sending a message of peace that reverberates in the hearts of others as it has in yours. Your gift today sustains and grows this platform for peace that reaches around the world.
More Community Blog Posts
Volunteer Spotlight | Prison Correspondence Program
by Sandy Muñoz
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The Fire of Inquiry
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Painting Gangaji
by Susan Watson
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Letters from our Community Behind Bars
A Jail Cell Is the Perfect Place for Self-Inquiry
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I Feel a Pure Sense of Purpose
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I Keep You In Mind and Heart
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