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Public Meeting with Gangaji, January 2
A selection of highlights from the second day of Gangaji's January 2, 2022 Public Meeting.
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What Do You Serve?
July 29, 1995 AM Boulder, CO In this video from the archives, Gangaji opens the meeting by asking you “What do you serve?” She reminds us that this life we are living is giving itself to something; what is it giving itself to? Only then can we see that we have a choice about unnecessary suffering. It’s clear from how the meeting unfolds that this particular group is intent on serving love! “You have the opportunity for your life to be lived beyond ‘whys’ and ‘shoulds,’ beyond subservience to conditioning and beyond rebellion to conditioning. A life freely lived. Not based on ideas of what will serve your image of yourself. Not based on any idea at all.” 
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I am inviting you to not have a strategy, to not have an outcome.
I am inviting you to not have a strategy, to not have an outcome. Just be present with what's being experienced. And if that is uncomfortable, be present with the discomfort, without accepting or rejecting it.
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Even when there is a bad fall, even when there is loss.
Even when there is a bad fall, even when there is loss, what is still here? What remains?
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Discover what is here that is always here.
Discover what is here that is always here.
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At the root of it all is love, is peace. Even at the root of war there is peace.
At the root of it all is love, is peace. Even at the root of war there is peace.
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All that is required is that you stop trying to find yourself in some definition.
All that is required is that you stop trying to find yourself in some definition.
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Are you aware of the relentless longing for true fulfillment that is alive in your heart of hearts?
Are you aware of the relentless longing for true fulfillment that is alive in your heart of hearts?
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Be willing to not know, be courageous enough to not know, to not know who you are.
Be willing to not know, be courageous enough to not know, to not know who you are.
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Finally you have to be willing to be who you are, and for most people this can be a terrifying proposition.
Finally you have to be willing to be who you are, and for most people this can be a terrifying proposition. Most of us harbor an unconscious suspicion that who we really are is an irredeemably lost soul, floating in space, separate from God.
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