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Investigate the Infinite Beyond Death

In the search for truth, there is only one question that needs to be answered: Who am I? This inquiry into the self is the core of advaita vedanta (radical nondualism), a timeless teaching for breaking free of mental bonds and reclaiming your true identity: the infinite that is beyond death.

In Who Are You?, American-born spiritual teacher Gangaji spells out the bedrock principles of self-inquiry, a cluster of no-nonsense concepts that reveal how to effortlessly step outside limited psychological conditioning and mental constructs into the freedom, expansiveness, and peace of your own true nature.

©2005 Gangaji (P)2005 Gangaji

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I enjoyed this listen immensely!

I became aware of her via You Tube years ago,but I guess I was not ready to receive her message at that time. I came to purchase this in distress and seeking. I really feel that she gave me a realization and path that I have forgone all this time. I am with the deepest gratitude and reverence to hear such a simple truth yet elusive understanding of our true selves presented so eloquently.

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Recommend Diamond in Your Pocket

I listened to Diamond in Your Pocket first. It was the words I needed. I am grateful. Truly a revelation and was the equivalent of a black and white flat world filling to 3-D with every color imaginable. Being a cult survivor prevents me from trusting any guru so my journey has continued with many teachers. Gangaji, Jack Kornfield, and several other Eastern thought teachers have joined George Eloitt, Victor Hugo, Tolstoy, Virginia Woolf, Jesus, e.e. cummings, and so many others who helped me on my way.

Ram Das, how I wish you had not espoused LSD, which was too mixed an experience to be included in my journey. I might have been Hindi or Buddhist and skipped the cult 😀. Nah, I’m grateful for every step of my journey even the very dark parts. At least I learned, eventually, that the answers are only inside us, each and all.

But I digress... This very short book might have 1 1/2 new ways to say old ideas that were not expressed in the Diamond book and repeats many others that were expressed the same way in the Diamond book. I was hoping for something worthy of a whole new book. Maybe the Diamond book was written after this book?

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Peace Be Still

This message was given so masterly I have listened multiple times and continue to be awed by the simplicity and profound depth!

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The Best

She tells her experience perfectly, her sincerity, depth, voice, the journey, the teaching a true gem. Best personal learning from an enlightenend teacher. Simplifying the truth to a realization point. She speaks to you as if you are right there sitiing with her, pleasant friend talking to you. A meeting of greater spiritual heart that encompasses all individual hearts. Thank you.

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  • D. Clement-Large
  • 09-04-20

Loved it!

Very insightful audiobook, full of self inquiry. Lessons to practice and absorb over time. Will definitely listen to this again.

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  • Dan
  • 01-28-20

Who am I?

A journey to the core of your being guided by American born spiritual teacher Gangaji.

Sublime poetry? Intangible philosophy? Nonsense? Makes sense? Truth?

This book will be interpreted differently by anyone listening. I was taken on a journey back to my own self and I was stripped of the identifications I held onto and laid bare on display for myself to examine.

A wonder of a book for those who feel an itch to find something that is not found, in something that it cannot contain and who long for an experience and knowledge of a deeper meaning to our existence.

'Who are you?' The book starts of in high gear and does not leave you hanging at any point as you are supported in each discovery by the warm and welcoming voice of Gangaji.

I recommend this to anyone who is searching for something that calls within. Whatever that means to you.

A word of advice to those expecting s feel good new age spiritual book. That is not what this is. It does not tell you how to think or what to do. It tells you to think and do on your own, with skill and maintained focus.

I can recognize most of the teachings and information from ancient indian text and in particular the field of study of our reality and psyche called Advaita Vedanta.

Gangaji uses western words and concepts for an easier understanding of experiences and knowledge old as man itself and is a masterpiece in it's own right. Golden nectar to some and completely confusing to others.

All said and done, I now know what I really want in life and I know from what perspective to live it. That is my gain and my experience from this book. Not always s joyride, quite the opposite, and definitely not mainstream spirituality which tastes bland and unfulfilling after a dip in the ocean of non-duality that Gangaji teaches and guides towards.

If you feel called to experience and know that. This might be the catalyst of that discovery.

You should listen to this if you have made it this far down this review.

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  • jenny sanders
  • 08-22-18

beautiful teaching

Gangaji's three sessions recorded here are a delight to listen to and rich in teachings for those seeking freedom.