Living from the Ground of Being

Sharing our teaching stories and our realizations with each other wherever we are in the world.

Robin Chaurasiya
The Himalayas, India

Robin has devoted her life to helping the daughters of sex workers and saving young girls from sex-trafficking in India. Now on a solo, 18-month retreat, living in a small mud hut in the Himalayas, she shares her discovery and her gratitude.

Hillary Larson
Portland, Oregon

Hillary passionately fought for racial equality for nearly 10 years. Today, a new chapter in that journey has emerged. In facing her fear and anxiety directly, her life is ever more available to the great challenges of ending racism. What she calls “the other awakening.”

Supporting each other in facing whatever life brings, both the joy and hard challenges in our lives and in the world.

We are connected by what Gangaji once called the “invisible cords of love,” no matter where we find ourselves, including those living behind bars.

Jeff Maurer
Rockville, Maryland

Until his meeting with Gangaji in 1997, Jeff said his life had been “dictated by fear.” He never imagined that one day, he would walk into the local jail to serve and support the prisoners living there in discovering the very same freedom he had.

Being Peace, Serving Peace Together

The spiritual path is not for the faint of heart. As an ordinary human being, in an ordinary life, when you stand up in the face of all human conditioning to be free, it is extraordinary. I am happy to support you in this possibility, and to feel your support. We all need each other.

Having the opportunity to live our lives from the ground of being is a prayer answered. When we call off our search for peace and fulfillment, we can recognize the peace that we have longed for is already here. We are already home. This is a life-changing discovery—a discovery that transforms our daily lives, touches our families, and reverberates around the world.

With generosity, creativity, skillfulness, and willingness, this global community makes use of technology, art, music, production, design, and much more to create a broad platform of offerings—all amplifying a transformative message of peace and fulfillment.

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“It is a great wish of mine to contribute to peace in the world. Supporting the work of Gangaji is a wonderful opportunity to do so.”
Melissa Fischer
Office Volunteer
“I can’t imagine a better way to serve. It is such a privilege. I love Gangaji’s teaching, and I want to enable as many people as possible to see and hear her for years to come. I feel that I am standing behind Gangaji, putting my resources into her use of her words.”
Prison Program
“When I had lost my grip on the tolerance of my physical body being confined to the penitentiary, your Universal Love, graciously swooped down and embraced my heart with the AWARENESS OF OUR HEART.”

Yes, Your Support Matters to Someone

It is possible to live from the ground of being instead of being ruled by our fears. Even as our human family faces serious and emerging challenges, we can support the realization of true peace and freedom.

If your life has been touched by Gangaji’s invitation, join her in sending a message of peace that reverberates in hearts of others as it has in yours. Your gift today sustains and grows this platform for peace that reaches around the world.

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"Your books have been one of my only companions and an absolute lifesaver on this mountain."
Robin, Himalayas, India
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"Gangaji's invitation to just open to what I had been running away from for decades seemed revolutionary."
Hillary, Portland, OR
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"There's more appreciation for life, more appreciation for people, more compassion."
Jeff Maurer, Arlington, VA