“Until the seemingly essential worthlessness is met and experienced all the way, you cannot know the absolute truth of who you are. You may have glimpses of it in moments of grace, or nature, or meditation, but it can’t be alive – a living presence – in you until you are willing to tell the truth all the way down.”
For anyone on the spiritual path, often the final hurdle to true, lasting fulfillment is overcoming deep self-hatred. The hurdle is in facing what we think is the truth of who we are-worthless, no good, unlovable, and possibly unredeemable. In this powerful compilation of monologues and interactions, Gangaji first addresses how we perpetuate worthlessness in our daily lives. Then, penetrating the raw emotional layers of self-hatred, she demonstrates how we can naturally and effortlessly meet the absolute worst in us. Only in that meeting can we see our true face – love itself.