"Any thought that you have had about yourself, however deflated or inflated, is not who you are. It is simply a thought. The truth of who you are cannot be thought, because it is the source of all thoughts. The truth of who you are cannot be named or defined. Words like soul, light, God, truth, self, consciousness, the universal intelligence, or divinity, while capable of evoking the bliss of the truth, are grossly inadequate as a description of the immensity of who you truly are. However you identify yourself: as child, adolescent, a mother, a father, an older person, healthy person, sick person, a suffering person, or an enlightened person - always, behind all of that, is the truth of yourself."
Gangaji asks the most important questions of your life - What do you really want? What is your life about? What is it being used for? How is your time spent? Where is your attention? Is your life meaningful? Are you happy? What is the longing of your heart and soul? Is it a longing for truth and freedom?
A spiritual journey ...
Links to sites of the creator of the video, Kosi Freedom: http://www.kosi.co and kosifreedom.ning.com
The voice is from Gangaji, reading her book "The Diamond in Your Pocket" (audio book from Soundstrue). The music is by Lisa Gerrard and Patrick Cassidy: Elegy, from the album Immortal Memory. The images are from the BBC series Planet Earth, Mountains episode.