“Regardless of your health, your desires, your failures, or your victories, you can discover the truth of freedom because it is the ever-present truth of who you are. I guarantee this with my life.”
How do you imprison yourself? What does it mean to be free? Using the example of prisoners who have realized their freedom while locked behind walls of brick and steel and stone, Gangaji deconstructs the meaning of imprisonment. We think that if our circumstances are just right, then we will be free, but it’s those very beliefs that become our prisons.