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What is inherently always free? What does not need a pa
What is inherently always free? What does not need a particular set of conditions for its freedom?
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It Has Always Been Here
From Gangaji's 2022 Silent Retreat at Fallen Leaf Lake. This discovery of what has always been here has no boundary. It has never left. It has never not been who you are, whatever circumstances you throw at it. "It" is always here.
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June 5 - Public Meeting with Gangaji
Recording of Gangaji's June 5 Online Public Meeting.
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How Will You Liberate the Mind?
Our most sublime experiences of acceptance, wholeness, and truth, are commonly followed by a fierce “mind attack.” If there is a willingness to investigate what is underneath the experience, there is a revelation of what is untouched in the wake of any mental phenomena.
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Ending Unnecessary Suffering
In these clips Gangaji explores one of the most common "diseases" of our human minds: unnecessary suffering. While there may be great pain, whether physical, mental or emotional, associated with being a human in a body, it is our identification with ourselves as body, mind, or emotions, that causes us to suffer. With humor and great clarity, Gangaji points out that pain doesn't end, but suffering is unnecessary. When you know where home is, you have a resting place. In an instant you are home, regardless of circumstances. Included in the playlist is a series of inquiry questions recorded in May 2022 where Gangaji challenges us to examine our assumptions around pain and suffering.
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There Is No Success Like Failure
October 20, 1997 PM Asheville, NC Failing to be who we think we should be, or that we somehow lack the maturity for true self-realization, can give rise to deep feelings of unworthiness. Yet as Gangaji points to throughout this video, the proof of real spiritual maturity is in the complete willingness to fail, to lose every pretense of control, and surrender the mind to what cannot be known. “I am asking you to bring up all the images you have of yourself of being unworthy, unholy, undeserving, immature, not ready. Everything you think somehow separates you from the truth of who you are. I am asking you to open that door.”   
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Events: Themed Playlist
Themed collection of videos.
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In Their Hands: A Shout Out to Our Transcribers
A quick report from our transcriptions team. This is a community led, dedicated group of many hands (literally) from all over the world, who are well on their way to getting every meeting with Gangaji over the years transcribed. After 32 years that’s a lot of meetings!
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Curing the Disease of Self-Doubt
Right now, in this moment, who you are is eternal freedom. Everything that you imagine yourself to be arises in that freedom, exists in that freedom, and disappears back into that freedom. Freedom doesn’t go anywhere. It didn’t suddenly appear when you were born, and it doesn’t disappear when you die. Freedom is the truth […]
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The Fear of Being too Great
Sometimes the feeling of unworthiness is masking the fear that if we are truly who we are, we will be too great. And if we are too great, that will be dangerous. Ultimately Gangaji is inviting us to not postpone realization for anything, whether it's the fear of being too great, too small, not enough, or any of a host of other ways we avoid the truth of ourselves.
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