Gangaji examines the roots of racism in America in our basic drive for survival and in the dynamic of the schoolyard bully and his gang. She asks us to consider, “What has your role been in the brutality of controlling others’ lives? How have you been complicit?” To say “No, enough,” is a choice, and that is an act of freedom. What are you choosing?
GF Video Category: Clips
Gangaji has a young woman instruct her on how to withdraw and defend herself in order to avoid experiences the hurt of rejection.
This clip is from a dyad exercise in which Gangaji asks us to examine what we defend, and how.
If you are sure you are not enough, not pretty enough, not clever enough, not rich enough, just not enough…take a deeper look. How do you know you are enough?
A two-part clip from Mount Shasta 2009. Gangaji speaks of honoring life itself, and the freedom to live fully when we stop trying to fix ourselves.
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.
Recorded May 21, 2018, this clip is about the intimacy of realizing through inquiry that you are wanted, and what wants you is your own self.
True self-intimacy is the discovery of the immeasurable silence of your own heart. In this intimate exchange from October 2018, a poem and a beautiful confirmation from Gangaji express that deep self-affirmation that we so long for.
True intimacy is endless. You can be intimate with the whole universe.