- Capa comum: 216 páginas
- Editora: Do Pub (31 de março de 2003)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 0964699923
- ISBN-13: 978-0964699922
- Dimensões do produto: 15,2 x 1,9 x 22,9 cm
- Peso de envio: 558 g
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Just Like You: An Autobiography (Inglês) Capa Comum – 31 mar 2003
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It was such a pleasant understanding that WE are all the same.
Ganaji holds satsang meditation/questions & answer gruops on Maui often and I attend.
Reading this book opened my eyes to the truth of all of us.... no matter the circumstances.
The answer is inside each of us and this book will help anyone seeking answers!!
LOVED IT !!!!
It's definitely not that the particulars of my life have been so much like Gangaji's. After all, I'm a man and didn't grow up anywhere near Mississippi. And while our life paths have some similarities, many of her experiences are completely foreign to me.
And it's not as if the book has such great explicit instructions, although there is wisdom, worldly and otherwise, gleaned from all the mistakes she made. The authors are careful to point out the danger of copying any patterns or methods to "get" something. Definitely the book is discouraging of following paths or copying anyone to achieve inner peace. "Nothing to be achieved, so stop trying, but do pay attention and do tell the truth."
It's more like there's a transmission here of something absolutely essential--call it wakefulness or peace or love--and it's changing me without any discernible effort, except the reading. And the way it's happening is comfortable, like walking for a while in a fine light mist. Eventually you discover you're soaked. I can't say I really know how this is happening, and I don't think it matters if I do know. But it seems I'm drenched, and loving it.
So I highly recommend that you try this book, open to the possibility that it may work on you also, and not to worry if it appears not to. It may anyway.