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You Don't Need To Fix Yourself To Know True Happiness

You Dont Need To Fix Yourself To Know True Happiness

In this video, You Don't Have to Fix Yourself to Know True Happiness, Gangaji is inviting you to stop imagining what it is about yourself that you need to get fixed, or get rid of. Stop imagining how you need to be deeper, or awake a hundred percent of the time. All of that is within the realm of imagining a problem or imagining that there are certain benchmark measurements.

"Problems do appear in people's lives and there are measurements. But I am inviting you to engage in an experiment: to just immediately being at home."

Unnecessary Suffering remains as long as there is limited identification with yourself as just a particular body, or a particular history, or the latest evaluation. When your attention shifts to yourself as the consciousness that everything is appearing and disappearing in, your unnecessarily suffering ends. Not your pain, not the pain that arises from compassion or the pain that arises from physical or emotional hurt. When unnecessary suffering ends, there is a resting place. When you know where home is, at any moment, in any circumstance, regardless of emotions or state of mind, in an instant you can return home.

In this video, Gangaji expresses her support for the end of your unnecessary suffering.  "If you haven’t discovered that home is already present in you at every moment, my function is to point your attention there.  If you have discovered it, my function is to challenge any concept you may have about it."

“It is easy to see from your own life experience that no matter how much you try to run away from hurt, you still experience it. When you stop running, turn and experience what is chasing you, when you remain open and unprotected, you are free. Are you willing to be free?”

The essential opportunity of self-inquiry is to face ourselves directly with an open and curious mind. When we are willing to investigate our thoughts, emotions, and experiences without judgment or an agenda there is a profound discovery: your true face, free and at peace. In this online meeting, Gangaji shares with us the transformative nature of self-inquiry. Shifting our attention from what we think is here to directly experiencing what actually is here gives us the opportunity to live a life rooted in love rather than fear.

In this clip, Honoring Life Itself: The Wonder of Existence, Gangaji points to the sacred experience of Life Itself. She expresses her intention that you discover the beingness of life in a way that nothing can dislodge it. Then, no amount of trouble, or disease, or pain, or tendency to complain can dislodge the deeper peace, that is the surrender to yourself as Life.

Watch a sneak peek from A Prayer for Peace. In this video, Gangaji asks, "Is peace in the world ever separate from peace within your own mind?" She points to world peace as a reflection of the cultural mind, which in turn is a reflection of the individual mind. She leads several participants into the direct discovery of what is always already at peace, and asks each of us an earnest question: What is your responsibility for peace?

We will be showing the full Video of A Prayer for Peace in Gangaji's Video Library for our next Community Video Screening on January 1 at 11 AM Pacific Time. Watch with others around the world See below for how to become a member.

In this brief video, Who You Are Is Love, Gangaji confirms for all of us an essential truth.

"It is my great joy and honor to confirm you: who you are—not who you think you are, which is arising and disappearing from and into reality. Who you are is reality—radiant, joyful, unspeakable, mysterious, love. Reality is love."

 

Take a quick peek at this new video compilation from Gangaji's library. This video brings together some of the most profound monologues and engaging interactions with Gangaji on the subject of inclusion and wholeness.  Let the Oneness be You was inspired by our friend and long-time Bay Area Volunteer, Steve Miller. Dhruva Baumbach helped us with researching material and we used video transitions by Christiane Gude, and Music by Kathy Zavada. Thank you all for collaborating with us on this precious collection of inspired video content!