Gangaji is an American-born spiritual teacher who expresses non-dualist teaching in a very direct, personal, and accessible way. She writes, "This is an invitation into the core of your being. It is not about religion or lack of religion. It is not even about enlightenment or ignorance. It is about the truth of who you are, which is closer and deeper than anything that can be named. In any moment, in a split second, there is the possibility of recognizing the boundless, limitless, eternal divine truth of yourself...The recognition of this truth is what this book is about." I couldn't convey the subject of this book any better.
I hated it and could only get through a couple of hours. It feels like it was written by an adolescent boy.
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