Living enlightenment, the keys to discovering lasting fulfillment in daily life
If you’ve ever caught yourself searching for lasting fulfillment outside yourself; suddenly found yourself mentally spinning ideas such as:
“If I could only find the right partner, then I’d be happy…”
“If I could only earn X amount of dollars, then I’d feel at peaceful and secure…”
“If I could only lose that extra weight, then I’d feel beautiful…”
… then you’ve experienced what renowned spiritual teacher Gangaji calls the idealization trap. I’ve been there, too, which is why I’m thrilled to share with you a transformative process for shifting from the mind’s relentless search to the eternal presence of your being.
Gangaji, renowned spiritual guide and mentor, recognizes the truth of what each of us is fundamentally seeking and is hosting a special virtual satsang to show you how to open to a more conscious, peaceful and fulfilling life.
Experience Gangaji for: “LIVING Enlightenment: The Keys to Discovering Lasting Fulfillment in Daily Life.”
During this virtual satsang you will:
* Recognize and unravel your limiting definitions of what life should look like
* Discover the capacity of your heart to embrace life’s high peeks and its valleys
* Redefine and expand your concept of “enlightenment”
* Connect to your most primal, ever-present innocence of being
According to Gangaji, it’s possible to break free from the idealizations distracting you from the radical fulfillment living within you, just waiting to be expressed.
And when you anchor into the essence of who you are, a meaningful, loving, responsible, and fulfilled life becomes immediately available to you.
Gangaji, is an American born teacher and author, travels the world speaking with spiritual seekers from all walks of life. Her message: True peace and lasting fulfillment are not only our birthright, they are the essential nature of our being. If you have never heard talks by Gangaji, then you are in for a real treat. She’s one of my favorites.
“There are those of us who are always about to live. We are waiting until things change, until there is more time, until we are less tired, until we get a promotion, until we settle down – until, until, until. It always seems as if there is some major event that must occur in our lives before we begin living.” -George Sheehan