“The discovery of the truth of who you are has nothing to do with the way you dress or eat or speak. It is a much simpler discovery, yet not necessarily an easy one. It is the challenge of a lifetime.”
In this recording Gangaji speaks to one of the greatest obstacles to discovering the truth of who we are: the tendency to downplay or trivialize our own yearning. One of the common ways we do this is by trying to fit the truth into a lifestyle choice, a list of shoulds and should nots, and then believing that this will somehow lead us to the jewel of self-realization. Here she debunks those myths while pointing the way directly home.