Ma: I feel that One Guru just behind the veil of my ordinary personality.
I find myself like a person with one foot in the world of my Divine Beloved and the other in this everyday life. Part of the time the wisdom of the ages is just there, just is. I have not achieved it. I do not control it. It simply is and has chosen to be just behind the veil of what I call me. Then that "me" becomes transparent and love is, knowledge is, my Beloved is.
The dream of 'Me" in the World:
In my life activities I am an author, a licensed Transpersonal Psychologist and an Acharya, or ordained yogic minister. I teach traditional yogic meditation, philosophy and the ancient wisdom teachings of yoga. I also am an ERYT 500 yoga teacher and a yogic therapist.
I am a mother of two grown sons, a partner to a yogi in a marriage of 40 some years, someone who loves their friends and family deeply and rejoices in those relationships, and a lover of the Divine. I love a good book, a good movie, a hike in nature and just being with those I love, but most of all I love my Baba, my Divine guide and Guru and life long friend. I love the stars, the trees and all living beings. I began my spiritual yoga journey in 1969 when I took Diksha, or initiation into yogic meditation practices. From those practices unfolded profound experiences of divine presence From that presence has come the guidance to share with others, as best I am able, the incredible love and guidance that I have found await in the heart of yoga.
From the depths of these beautiful experiences of Divine presence and inner guidance from my Guru, I have begun to teach - in webinars and classes and have authored a number of books on spiritual life, sharing the depth teachings I receive. I also hold meditation retreats for those who enjoy the teachings and want to go deeper and support people in their practices through a mentoring program.
Currently I spend my time doing this spiritual work in service to the Divine, as well as working as a psychologist in private practice. I reside with my family in our ashram community in the northern San Francisco Bay Area.