GF Topic: The Story of Me
In this powerful exchange, Gangaji offers a simple inquiry that bursts through and interrupts a pattern of suffering, bringing a moment of clear and joyful expansion.
Gangaji's invitation is to turn your attention into what is unknown, beneath the latest tendencies and thought patterns that typically rule our lives.
Gangaji demonstrates how our allegiance to thoughts and stories so often takes precedence, even after a moment of absolute freedom.
When we focus on problems and doubt the vast simplicity of our being, we are left wanting.
September 26, 1999
Marin County, CA
In this video, Gangaji debunks the myth that only rare and special ones can realize the truth. Through each interaction, Gangaji cuts through perceived obstacles such as physical illness, childhood trauma, fear of death, the question of freewill, and so much more, to reveal that awakening is available for everyone.
“The willingness, the commitment, the resolve to discover what cannot be known by the mind must be huge, but it is always available to everyone. Certainly, anyone who feels the call and who is somehow touched by a longing for the deepest truth.”
Recorded April 29, 2009, in Arlington Virginia, this clip investigates the thought pattern of needing confirmation from the outside in order to be ok, and ultimately penetrated the belief that "I am not enough."
Recorded December 26, 1999, in Marin County, this clip is about the struggle with a superego that tells us we need to be pure before we can be whole.
Gangaji speaks about how we try to keep peace and freedom, or the things we like about ourselves, and try to change what we don't like. She examines what is underneath our desire to change or keep anything, the freedom that is life—naturally, effortlessly, changelessly. Recorded February 11, 2007, in San Rafael, CA.
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