Just Like You

“This is your resting place, your watering hole. Find what supports you, what includes you, and drink it in. Be nourished. Be enlivened. And when you feel thirsty again, drink some more.” —Gangaji

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Speaking the Unspeakable – A Conversation with Kim Rosen  

“Through poetry, the unspeakable can be spoken, the unendurable endured, and the miraculous sha…

Holding on to the One Thread of Sanity – An Interview with Michele Sondheimer

The first thing you notice about Michele Sondheimer is the light that pours out of her. Her eyes…

Prisoner’s Letter: “Yes, Gangaji Gets It!!”

Here is what is possible when we come together in support of Gangaji and the programs offered by…

Paul Foster – Keeping God Company

A week ago a dear and courageous friend, Paul Foster, left his body. Paul was truly a great soul,…

Freedom and Addiction – I Learned I Have Choice

Karlis Williams was in and out of prison for 22 years, most of his adult life, and mostly for dru…

Investing in the Transmission

Mark Northcross is a mainstay of the Gangaji Foundation. He’s been on the board since 2003 and…

What Your Gift Can Do

Dear All, I can’t think of a better way to start this letter than by sharing with you a prisone…

Big Bytes of Love – Our Web Team

For the past year I have had the extreme privilege and pleasure of working with a tight-knit, bri…

Stillness in Activism

After a retreat with Gangaji, I arrived home and learned that an out-of-state transmission develo…

From Gangaji’s Mail Bag

Here’s are some recent letters to Gangaji  

You Know

Seeing the worlds through the eyes of my heart has shown me what I could never know and in this q…

Give Yourself to Love – The Coyote Sings

Coyote: “She is my favorite comedian, my teacher, my heart.”

Ramana Is Always Here

By Judith Smith I am seventy now. In my early twenties in the 1970s, I was already a sincere and…

Just Like You – An Invitation to Participate

When we share our experience of this awakened life — in poetry, in art, in music, or in simply reporting on our lives — it transmits the possibility of that same grace opening within the heart of another. Your submissions are welcome and appreciated! Email us if you have something you would like to share.

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