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A Quote by gangaji on womenswisdom, willingness, and free


Even in the running away from hurting, there is hurting.
In opening unprotected to the experience
that is enslaving you with its torment,
there is the willingness to be free.
Are you willing? Or do you just want to
wait until the world  finally gets it and does it your way?

gangaji

Source: www.gangaji.org

Contributed by: tara

A Quote by gangaji on womenswisdom and truth

The most sublime truth of all
has never been stated or written or sung.
Not because it is far away and can not be reached,
but because it is so intimately close,
closer than anything that can be spoken.
It is alive as the stillness in the core of your being
too close to be described, too close to be objectified,
too close to be known in the usual way of knowledge.
The truth of who you are is yours already.
It is already present...

gangaji

Source: www.gangaji.org

Contributed by: tara

A Quote by gangaji on womenswisdom and truth


The choiceless truth of who you are
is revealed to be permanently here permeating everything.
Not a thing and not separate from anything.

gangaji

Source: www.gangaji.org

Contributed by: tara

A Quote by Gangaji

The most sublime truth of all has never been stated or written or sung. Not because it is far away and can not be reached, but because it is so intimately close, closer than anything that can be spoken. It is alive as the stillness in the core of your being, too close to be described, too close to be objectified, too close to be known in the usual way of knowledge. The truth of who you are is yours already. It is already present…

gangaji

Contributed by: Dr. J

A Quote by Gangaji on oneness and unity

The choiceless truth of who you are is revealed to be permanently here permeating everything. Not a thing and not separate from anything.

gangaji

Source: The Diamond In Your Pocket

Contributed by: Blake

A Quote by Gangaji

Even in the running away from hurting, there is hurting. In opening unprotected to the experience that is enslaving you with its torment, there is the willingness to be free. Are you willing? Or do you just want to wait until the world finally gets it and does it your way?

gangaji

Source: www.gangaji.org

Contributed by: C^3

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