The Diamond in Your Pocket

  • by Gangaji
  • Narrated by Gangaji
  • 6 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Diamond in Your Pocket, the first major book release from Gangaji, describes our never-ending search to find fulfillment, which, paradoxically, is already present if we will only stop long enough to discover its true source. "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.

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Beyond words

I am not a "follower" of sages or guru's... however, when truth is shared, the energy of love that is being emitted is self evident. Diamond... speaks to a deeper part of myself beyond the minds incessant desire to figure out what to do or who to be... it just is. I understand this may be an obscure review however, if you are so called to be here reading reviews ... feel into what brought you here... what is beckoning?

I highly recommend listening to Gangaji's voice ... although there isn't a lot of variation in her tonality ... the resonance of love / truth is without a doubt heard loud and clear!


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- Darrel

Diamond in Pocket

This is one of the best and straight forward explanations on the art of living. It is a must hear for anyone on the path of truth. I believe that it is one of those "pieces" that can be listened to again and again and still it seems fresh and vibrant. I can't say enough positive about it.
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- David

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-30-2007
  • Publisher: Sounds True