Gangaji often says she is just like you and me, that she would be happy to tell us if she weren’t, but she is. In this book she speaks openly about her life, offering it as proof that it is possible for all of us, regardless of past history and current circumstances, to stop telling our endless stories of suffering and awaken.
Written with Roslyn Moore, Gangaji traces her life from the time she was an unhappy child in Mississippi up to the present. This is a straightforward, easy-to-read autobiography, illuminated by dozens of photographs. There is also an editor’s preface describing the creation of the book, an excerpt from a satsang, a section of questions and answers, and an appendix with letters exchanged between Gangaji and her beloved Papaji.