Hidden Treasure : Uncovering the Truth in your Life Story by Gangaji



All of these stories teach us that we aren’t who we think we are. How we have defined ourselves is not the truth of ourselves. What we think we must have is already present, and when we think we have lost the value of our lives, it is still here if we know where to look.
-from Hidden Treasure

In this life-changing book, renowned spiritual teacher Gangaji uses the telling of her own life story to help readers uncover the truth of their own. Antoinette (Toni) Roberson Varner was given the name Gangaji by her teacher Sri H. W. L. Poonja in 1990. Before that meeting, she had pursued many paths to enlightenment. Brought up in the 1950s in the racially divided south, she married young and had a daughter. Following the dissolution of her first marriage, she moved to Northern California and immersed herself fully in the spiritual culture that was flourishing there-but all her efforts to achieve lasting fulfillment ultimately fell short. In the wake of her disillusionment, she made a final prayer for help. In 1990, the answer to her prayer came unexpectedly, taking her to India and to the meeting that would change everything. There on the banks of the river Ganges, she met Poonja, also known as Papaji, who opened her mind to the eternal presence of being.

In Hidden Treasure, Gangaji guides readers to the realization that once they can uncover and speak the truth about themselves, deep and lasting contentment is entirely possible.

Gangaji Interview – Hidden Treasure – Part I

Gangaji discusses her new book: Hidden Treasure–Uncovering the Truth in Your Life Story. A very poignant discussion of the Truth that underlies all stories.

Gangaji Interview – Hidden Treasure – Part II


Silent Awareness is a short excerpt from the book Hidden Treasure by Gangaji. The music is from the Celestial Aeon Project and the piece is called “Mind’s Eye”.

Eckhart Tolle on Yoga and Gangaji

A fragment from The Journey Into Yourself Q&A

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