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The Deepest Discovery of a Lifetime
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Public Meeting with Gangaji
New Year Public Meeting with Gangaji
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We come together to inspire one another in discovering
We come together to inspire one another in discovering the truth, to honor the truth, and to live the truth. Not knowing what will be discovered, just in the openness, the willingness to be here.
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It's a lie that any thing gives you fulfilling, true, d
It's a lie that any thing gives you fulfilling, true, deep joy. Joy is your nature.
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Even the worst of circumstances can be experienced as a
Even the worst of circumstances can be experienced as a unique opportunity to realize who you truly are, and in this realization your life cannot help but be of benefit to all life.
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You can choose to be free in this moment, not after you
You can choose to be free in this moment, not after you’ve perfected your meditation, or your practice, or your life: this moment.
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In this moment in your life, there is a great privilege
In this moment in your life, there is a great privilege and opportunity to discover: what do I really want?
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This is calling your attention to what is here before a
This is calling your attention to what is here before any teaching, during any teaching, and after all teachings are finished.
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Open your mind so you can see the openness of your hear
Open your mind so you can see the openness of your heart.
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Podcast
Facing Death is Facing Life
“The strategies and avoidance around the experience of “not being” or death are what keep you from the experience of eternal life.” As a young boy of 16, Ramana chose to stop running from what he feared and turned to face death directly. In that moment of inquiry, he opened his mind asking, “Who dies?”  All of us share that same opportunity to stop running and inquire into what we fear most—the end of “me.” In the willingness to investigate death itself, we can discover what cannot die, we can truly rest in the peace that is present here and now.
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