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Author: Ma Prem Shunyo
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8120811119
This is a story of what it’s actually like, in our lifetimes, for a Westerner to tread the path of the bhakti, the way of devotion, to seek, recognize, and follow one’s true Teacher-the gateway to one’s own enlightenment. He may not be your master or mine, but in Shunyo’s limpid telling, the truth becomes abundantly clear in the old saying: All Pathways with heart lead to becomes abundantly clear in the old saying: all pathways with heart lead to the summit of the same mountain-and the nearer they are to the top, the more they resemble each other.
Ma Prem Shunyo’s book has a lovely quality of both revealing glimpses of higher energy-flow and her responses to down to earth events in her life with Osho. While reading this book I am sure one can receive the vibrations of another dimension of life, and I think that readers of her book will be touched in their interior worlds.
World Renowned Poetess and Author
This book is not only a fascinating record of the spiritual experiences of Ma Prem Shunyo and her transformation through Osho, but is also the harrowing tale of the crucifixion of a messiah by the US administration and the inhuman treatment given him by he so-called democratic governments of the world. Those who love Osho will weep while reading this book, and those who are prejudiced against him may well be changed.
The most interesting thing about this book is that although it is a personal diary of a devotee, reading it gives us the joy of reading a beautiful novel. It is so interesting and engrossing that I could not put it down until I had finished its last page. The book is a necklace of diamonds more precious than the Kohinoor and whosoever wears it will find an awakening and new light dawning upon his soul.
-Padmashree Gopal Das Neeraj
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