Born to the middle class, in Middle America, in the middle of the twentieth century, to middle-of-the-road republicans, Jashanananda was a fearful child. He was reluctant to make an appearance in this world and then slow to blossom. It was not until he found himself studying psychology in the qfree loveq sixties that he began exploring new ideas and asking questions like qWhat is this world?q and qWho am I?q With the help of psychedelic drugs, Jashanananda turned away from academia and began an inner quest to find what's real. This journey led him to Eastern religions and down the path of yoga, which carried him through a twenty-year marriage, a job in corporate America, and raising three children in the mountains of Colorado. Then, one day, in the midst of his middleclass suburban life, he had an awakening and everything changed. He was back on his journey in search of his true self, the source of love, and the true nature of existence. This is his story.The real problem was that I wasna#39;t feeling good about myself, and, as a result, I could no longer be there for Kimberly. ... we had a big fight, which resulted in me loading all my stuff into my old dodge van and heading for the closest hip place I could find. ... In fact he had just invented a fretless, nylon stringed electric guitar.
|Title||:||Out of the Sixties: My Journey in Search of My Self and the True Nature of Existence|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2014-01|