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Limits of the Mind
What is the one place that the mind cannot take you? When you recognize that what you really fear is that you will never find the truth, you cannot think your way out of that. But you can be willing to surrender to what is beyond undsertanding.
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Through Death is Life
After facing death in near drowning at the age of 11, life is never the same.
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Stopping the Survival Narrative
Turning to strategies, substances, or suffering to avoid the real blessing of life is common. In this video the recognition of life's bounty is a return to wholeness.
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Your Life as a Blessing
Gangaji's welcome to a 2022 Retreat in Ashland, OR
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Invitation to the Open Door

“If your attention is on the story of how you do not deserve what is being offered, this is the continuation of self-denial.  There is an open door in this jail, in this prison.”

When we seek freedom on the spiritual path, it is often freedom from our mind or mental activity. In this podcast, we focus how we can lock ourselves up inside a mental prison, not recognizing the door that is always open.

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The Invitation of the Open Door
It's often our mental prisons that prevent us from living a free and authentic life. We believe we don't deserve to be free. But in every prison there is always a door.
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Weekend Retreat in Ashland, October 2022
A selection of clips from Gangaji's Weekend Retreat held in her home town of Ashland, OR, October 2022
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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.
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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!
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The Fire of Inquiry
"What is my responsibility for peace?” I first came across this question while browsing through books after my first retreat with Gangaji. It was a Freedom Inside Retreat. I didn’t know anyone, I don’t even remember what prompted me to sign up for that retreat.
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