Andrew Harvey, an Anglo-Indian novelist and poet, expands on the spiritual transformation that he described in part in Journey in Ladakh. Beginning in 1978 when he first met Meera, the Indian woman who would be his Master, Harvey (who at the time was teaching literature in England and the US), struggled for-- and against-- enlightenment for nine years. With other disciples he followed Meera, who he came to see as Ma, the Divine Mother. In India and then in Germany, under her guidance, he confronted his confused sexuality, his attachment to intellect and reason, his pride and his fears.
Harvey's precise, passionately told story will touch sceptics as well as seekers.
An Anglo-Indian novelist and poet describes his visions, spiritual experiences and allegiance to a woman he perceives to be the Divine Mother in a precise, passionately told story for skeptics and seekers alike.