"I have discovered that it is actually impossible to find happiness," Gangaji explains. "As long as you are seeking to find happiness somewhere, you are overlooking where happiness is...in your true nature." With The Diamond in Your Pocket, the American-born teacher who has influenced the lives of thousands through her retreats and public events helps us to reconcile the observations and questions that arise along the spiritual path.
Like a precious gem, The Diamond in Your Pocket cuts through what is false, and illuminates what is true, through a brilliant series of contemplations and insights you will want to hold dear and return to again and again. Gangaji shows us, thought-by-thought, how to stop the endless activity of our minds and experience the brilliance and radiance of who we really are in every present moment.
©2007 Gangaji; (P)2007 Sounds True
The reader of this sound more depressed than anyone I could ever imagine.(flat monotone) I did listen to it as I was working, but I doubt I would have finished it otherwise. There were some interesting thoughts to contemplate here and there, but this book, if read at all, would have been better served by reading the physical edition.
Annoying, boring. I have tried to get through this many times at different moments over the past year........ After trying to get through it again I simply can't listen to this dribble.
I like positive thinking messages and was expecting this audiobook to be helpful. But between the narrator's slow, boring, depressing delivery of the material and the author's constant whining about looking for "something more" despite her very fortunate life -- it was very negative and worthless to me.
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