qThe book is dangerous. On the surface, it's an entertaining account by a British journalist about his adventures with a wild and crazy Indian mystic. But, at a deeper level, it's packed with revolutionary insights. You may laugh at the author's humours way of telling his story, but at the same time you are confronted with disturbing ideas about personal fulfillment, love, spirituality, the nature of political power and he very glue that holds society together. Anand Subhuti is a former UK political reporter who worked in the Houses of Parliament. Beginning in 1976, Subhuti lived with Osho at his ashram in Pune, and then at Rancho Rajneesh in Oregon, then again in Pune until the mystic died in 1990. Now he lived mainly in Europe, but visits India every year to pay home age to the country he loves.One ofthem, a humorous fiftysomething intellectual who ran a bookstore, broughtalong aHebrew version ofthebestseller Tantra manual, The ArtofSexual Ecstasy, to show me. I knew the book because I helped to write it. Back in 1989, I workedanbsp;...
|Title||:||My Dance with a Madman|
|Publisher||:||Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd - 2014-03-26|