In this very short three minute video, Gangaji explains that although some people may feel like she is their guru (or may feel she is portraying an image of a guru), she does not see it that way at all. She goes on to explain that for her it is about meeting people where they are and helping them to recognize the truth of who they are. Let’s listen…
In this amazing eight minute video, an ex-prisoner explains how through the teachings of Gangaji came to find the key to freedom. He explains how he realized that he was a prisoner of his own mind and kept locking himself up over and over until he realized that he always had the key all along to set himself free. Let’s listen in…
This beautifully produced 10 minute audio/video from Gangaji deserves a full five star rating. Every single word points to the true nature of reality and adds no confusing concepts to distract the restless mind, leaving room for true realization of the all encompassing “Self”.
In this nine minute clip from an interview with Hillary Larson and Gangaji, we explore people’s obsessions with money or lack thereof and its connection with our fear of death. Very interesting.
In this 10 minute video from Gangaji, she helps us to understand that most suffering comes from the belief in a story of being a victim of some kind and goes on to helping us to bring about the end to this type of suffering.
In this short 5 minute video, Gangaji shares one of the simplest and most profound directives to getting more than what you want. One can never realize a state of peace when one is always searching for something they feel they do not have.
Gangaji explains that’s its very important to examine when we are “surrendering” or “trusting” our self to see what we are looking to get out of it. If we are looking to get ANYTHING out of it, then we need to take a closer look at what we mean by the “self”. Looking to get something out of surrendering or trusting is a sure sign that the ego (person) is at helm.
In this super short 2 minute video, Gangaji shares with us that perhaps the best answer to “What is Enlightenment?” is to actually give up all definitions surrounding the concept of enlightenment. Great video of this often asked question.