These questions are addressed in a frank and compelling memoir by the author. He takes us on a rollercoaster ride through his early childhood, university days and working life before his world is upended when he encounters Osho – the controversial guru formerly known as Bhagwan Shri Rajneesh.
Plunged into group therapy and strange meditation practices; marital disintegration and sexual experimentation, the author whirls in this spiritual washing machine for seven years before leaving the imploded cocoon of a commune to face fresh challenges, including how to apply any insights and understandings into regular life – and to address lingering issues in relationship, parenting and more.
This book will be of interest to those who have searched for meaning and purpose outside of mainstream religion or a consumer-driven society. It will also appeal to readers who may have never dipped toes into these waters but remain curious