Rampuri's colorful and inspiring account of his spiritual journey to becoming an enlightened Baba was a wonderful gift to read. Through his words he evoked vivid images of India and the experiences he encountered that few know. I often felt I was in his presence experiencing the same challenges and wonderment of the divine spirit. Some still linger in the mind when he cared for his beloved Babaji in the hospital; and when he journeyed to Gaumukh, the source of the River Ganga and his encounter with the Goddess. As a seeker I was grateful for his authentic and honest account of his sufferings, fears and doubts as he was being pulled toward something far beyond his current comprehension as a young initiate and evolving yogi. There were times when tears came to my eyes knowing his same confusion when doubt enters the mind and his great joy when enlightened moments and the mysteries of life are revealed. Rampuri's words have life and hold a deeper meaning then just the written account. Well worth reading for those seeking, on the path, or have already found. Thank you for this book.
An easy-to-read, life-changing book that brings one considerably closer to understanding the soul, the role of spirit guides, the purpose of soul and their mates and the nature of spirit in general. It is essentially a autobiography of one man's journey through India and of his trials and tribulations of becoming at one with the Naga Babas. It is one of those rare books on the subject that is likely to appeal to skeptics and the metaphysically inclined alike. Its style naturally lends itself to challenging one's beliefs and helping one to better understand the purpose of life's hardships. This book leaves one asking many questions about one's own life and path in this world, many of which he tries to answer. The best part - he encourages us NOT to buy into pseudo-spiritualism in the West. Bravo baba!