Self-inquiry is not the fixed question, Who am I? Self-inquiry is a way of being, a way of living. It is the willingness in every moment to stop and ask yourself: What is going on? What is being thought? What is being believed? Is it real? Is it true? In this open investigation it is possible to recognize that whatever the story is, it is always only a thought. Deeper than that thought, before that thought, after that thought, and gloriously even during that thought, is the truth of who you are.
Thank you for registering for Gangaji's course, Self-Inquiry: Falling Into Yourself. If this is the first course you have taken on gangaji.org, here are a few simple instructions:
Self-Inquiry: Falling Into Yourself is a seven-part course designed to be taken over the course of a month (but you are free to take as long as you like.) So that you can take your time and sink into what Gangaji is offering, each new section will unlock after four days. You will receive an email letting you know when the next section is available. Each section contains readings, guided audios, video clips, and/or inquiries.
Part I: You Are Not Who You Think You Are
Part II: The Search for Identity
Part III: The Story Is the Entry Point
Part IV: Emotions Do Not Define You
Part V: Overlooking Awareness Itself
Part VI: Stop & Inquire
Part VII: Open and Receive Yourself