“What I have to offer is very simple. It has nothing to do with acquiring any special powers or any state of mind. It is about recognizing what is already permanently here, in every moment, every situation, and every state of mind, and yet is ungraspable by the mind.”
What is present in the midst of any thought and when every thought in the mind is stilled? In this collection of monologues and interactions, Gangaji addresses a dilemma that the mind cannot resolve: “the truth of one’s being is not graspable by any power of the mind.” Gangaji brings lightness and humor to exposing the mind’s incessant tendencies to acquire, define, and imitate what is already inherently one’s true nature. Here is the possibility of seeing that everything that can be grasped by the mind is impermanent, has a birth and a death, but that which is eternal, the truth of who one is, is always permanently here.