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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Love Works

My mother had eleven children. I was the eighth child. Amongst the eleven were four sets of twins…

The Power of This Lineage

Not only am I celebrating your 30-year anniversary of meeting Papaji this month, but also what th…

Speaking the Unspeakable – A Conversation with Kim Rosen  

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

Inner Refuge, in Prison and Out

As an ex-prisoner, Jennifer Toon offers powerful insights on discovering the “inner refuge&…

The Cry of Freedom

Just give rise to the single thought, “I want to be free.” Out of the entire population of si…

We Will Build It Again Tomorrow

I picked up the vehicle and marveled at the intricate linkages of various shapes and sizes of col…

Supporting Prisoners for Decades

Chris Mohr, also known to many as Sat Chit Ananda, has been a part of the Gangaji Foundation pris…

Who Is Papaji?

Personal Recollections By Sat Chit Ananda   Part One No one has ever touched my life more de…

Freedom and Addiction – A Promise Fulfilled

The most devastating and tenacious form of self-betrayal I’ve ever experienced in my life had t…

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…

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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