“We have to be willing to tell the hard truth about the power we have to corrupt the most pure, most sublime recognition of truth. You can’t finally tell the truth through the mind, because the mental process is busy with damage control. But there are a few questions you can ask to support truth telling, and you can deeply examine and ruthlessly, often painfully, answer them. The questions are, “What is my life standing for?” “What has it stood for?” “What is the deepest call for my life to stand for?” All you have to do is be really willing to look very carefully and see."
Standing in the Truth of Who You Are includes three of Gangaji’s most powerful monologues ever recorded, and speaks to the potential for all of us “as ordinary human beings, living ordinary lives, to stand up extraordinarily.” With this compilation of dialogues, monologues and a repeating question exercise, you are invited to examine at the deepest level, who you are. As Gangaji says, “This is the full circle. This is coming home.”