Control vs. Responsibility
February 21, 2021 - 11:00 AM PST
February 21, 2021 - 11:00 AM PST - Control vs. Responsibility
In our desire to survive, we naturally strategize about how to gain control or power over circumstances.


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In our desire to survive, we naturally strategize about how to gain control or power over circumstances. By now, you likely recognize that there are many areas of your life where you have no control. That recognition can be humbling and freeing. Gangaji invites you to let go of any hope for control, and in that, discover there is a more natural, easeful choice to simply take responsibility for your life.

The Gangaji Forum

The Gangaji Forum is a lively and attuned online community that Gangaji visits every day. Join with others in self-inquiry, and forge friendships across continents.

A Global Community Committed to Self-Discovery

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Self-Inquiry with Gangaji is an opportunity to re-discover what it means to truly be yourself. Connect with Gangaji and a global community committed to self-inquiry that spans more than 40 countries. When you become a member:

  • Join our monthly online meeting where you can speak directly with Gangaji and deepen your inquiry with others in breakout groups.
  • Connect with Gangaji and community every day through The Gangaji Forum.
  • Watch/Listen/Read materials provided for each month’s focused topic.

After you sign up, visit the forum and say hello to the community.

Sign up for Monthly Live Meetings with Gangaji. Basic Membership $19/month

Scholarships for Memberships

We know that finances can be a barrier to participating in events, so we will be expanding the number of available scholarships for Gangaji’s monthly online meetings. If you or someone you know feels called to participate but has financial hardship or uncertainty, please apply for a scholarship here.

All scholarships are supported by donations from the community​​.

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