This is the autobiography of a Brazilian-born woman who left her native country as a teenager, in search of love and freedom. Thirty years later, she relates her story with the maturity and focus gained through her experiences.Guided by intense passion, Komala uses her life's opportunities to observe the mind, learn to respect her own heart, and understand the potential of the body as a vehicle for consciousness. As she allows the mystery of the soul to be revealed, vulnerability brings strength, intuition turns into evolving clarity.Merging poetry and prose, the words communicate the perspective of a woman's quest. Through exotic landscapes and unusual encounters, the readers are reminded of their potential for adventure, creativity, trust, love, and silence. Inspiring and enticing, this book weaves insights with humor, gentleness, inquiry, laughter, and tears...qYou are like liquid fire!q Lani LevineqqIf this book was a meal it would be a gourmet's delight. Komala gives us an extraordinary and courageous glimpse into her unique and adventuresome life. It is eloquent, profound, stirring and inspiringly unashamed.q Leonard M. Zunin, M.D. psychiatrist and authorAs the invitation for a gathering of friends from Pune One arrived by email, I had no interest in going. So far away... No appeal to dwell in the past. But we kept getting updates. A growing list of friends confirmed their space. I saw Siddhaa#39;s nameanbsp;...
|Title||:||On the Way to Nowhere|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2004-12|