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About the Author
Saharadevi has approached life from a spiritual perspective since the Sixties, when she discovered it was possible to ‘know God,’ and through the years has done whatever presented itself to her, experiencing at least three or four different sides of the tracks, from first class to no class. In 1994 she was struck homeless in the same way Ramdass considers he was “stroked”—by an intangible force. One day she was relocating from a northern state to a more desirable clime, a week later she was sleeping in her car, realizing her life would never be the same. Thus began thirteen years as a sadhu, wandering the planet. "Whether or not the state I have arrived at conforms to any particular definition of enlightenment or liberation is of no consequence to me. While I possess less than many, I have more than most. In being nothing, I have become everything. Consciousness is the key. I have no more fear. I am free." She freelanced for the Good Times of Sedona; has had a series of articles published in Yoga Scotland Magazine; served as Editor of Spiritual Impressions magazine in India; and edited the work of Swami Nishchalananda in Wales. Her book of Songs, Psalms & Poems: The Evolution Revolution: A Journey of Awakening is in the collection at Poets House, NYC. Her memoir: Awake in the Dream is awaiting publication. She is the creator of The Face of Love™ portrait photography: the face we show to others but never see ourselves. She currently resides in Bozeman, Montana.