I remember my grandmother, Eunice Peck, making special cookies that were more like mini-cakes, with white frosting on the top. We called her Mammo – because my other grandmother was Grammo – and she lived in a tiny house next to an Alley in West Virginia.
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Dearest Ones, With a joyful open heart, I write to invite all who are called to experience Papaji and his teachings, to visit The Avadhuta Foundation website which houses the archival library of Papaji’s satsangs. In 1993 Papaji gave his blessing for the creation of The Avadhuta Foundation to hold the copyright of his recordings, […]
If my younger self met me as I am now, on a spiritual path, with a spiritual teacher, I reckon she would raise her eyebrows & would doubt that I was of sound mind. I’m pretty sure she would laugh at the thought of it all. I was a very different person back then. I […]
I am a shiver and the silent smoke, drifting amid the evening sky. In my gentle sway of being lived, I want to surrender to you in my entirety. Ever since I felt your existence.
The Gangaji Foundation River Legacy Fund – Flowing Support to the Almeda Fire Victims Our family of donors and volunteers are the ones who make the work of the Gangaji Foundation possible. As a community working with Gangaji side-by-side, we want to offer this invitation to peace to the world, today, tomorrow, and even to […]
September 8, 2020, is a date that will long be remembered in this valley. It is the day when thousands of people in the small towns of Talent and Phoenix, OR lost everything. Small businesses just getting back on their feet, favorite family restaurants, trailer parks, residential neighborhoods, gas stations, grocery stores, gyms, banks, pet […]
The rented apartment at first appeared soulless and strange. The usual markers and comfort zone had disappeared. The only place to go was deep inside.
More than anything, I feared failure, and the stakes accompanying the potential for failure were greatly heightened by the pressure cooker of this precarious, early moment in my nascent career trajectory—a path that had become the sole focal point of my deepest hopes and fears.
I don’t know that Gangaji knows this but I go around calling her my “Un-Guru”. I’ve been saying this for at least the last year and a half. Life is so fascinating in its unpredictability. It could have been that I found her ten years ago, or ten years from now, or not at all. But as fate would have it I was blessed three years ago to receive her un teachings.
Lynley Hocking lives in Pasadena, South Australia in the high dependency end of a retirement village, where the needs of a life lived with chronic illness are met with grace. “I love the natural world, creative expression, and random acts of sincerity. Gangagi’s message and the Forum enrich my life and continue to point me to freedom.”