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Coming of age in the Sixties, Sahara was fully engaged in the activities of the time, from Anti-War protests to Civil Rights demonstrations; then turned-on, tuned-in, dropped-out and embarked on the Spiritual Path when discovering it was possible to ‘know God.’ Making this her raison d'être, through the years she has done whatever presented itself to her, experiencing at least three or four different sides of the tracks, from first class to no class.
One of the first group of Yoga Teachers trained by Swami Satchitananda at the IYI in NYC, she served as Mother of the Ashram for five years. She was also the only young white woman driving a taxi in NYC in the early 70’s.
In 1994 she was struck homeless in the same way Ramdass considers he was “stroked”—by an intangible force. One day she was relocating from a northern state to a more desirable clime, a week later she was sleeping in her car, realizing her life would never be the same— embarking on what would become thirteen years of homelessness—first in Sedona and then carried around the world with NVMS, including five unexpected years in India—called telepathically by an Indian Master.
She knows what it is to have to ask for food every time you’re hungry, to ask for shelter from the cold at night, and to sleep on a couch in a public library during the day, because you have nowhere else to go. She knows what it is to have a body so weakened by disease that you can barely get up to use the bathroom, have no appetite or even strength to eat, and can only lie in bed, helpless. And she knows what it is to be so broken that if some miracle doesn’t save you, you have nothing to live for—the end of the rope.
Sahara has been receiving frequency upgrades of a profound nature over the past couple years, including a blast from the Lion’s Gate Portal of 8.8.2019, after which she had no need of food for a period of six weeks, living mostly on Light.
During her period of homelessness, she freelanced for the Good Times of Sedona and launched The Face of Love™ B&W portrait photography; had a series of articles published in Yoga Scotland Magazine; served as Editor of Spiritual Impressions magazine in India; and edited the work of Swami Nishchalananda in Wales.
Her previous work: The Evolution Revolution/The First Peaceful Revolution in the World—A Handbook for Personal & Global Transformation (2008) was self-published and sold 500 copies in the USA and the UK.
Her book of Songs, Psalms & Poems: The Evolution Revolution: A Journey of Awakening is in the collection at Poets House, NYC.
Of her as yet unpublished autobiography “Awake In The Dream” she says:
Eat, Pray, Love is to Awake In The Dream as Eloise At The Plaza is to The Odyssey.
She is the creator of The Face of Love™ portrait photography: the face we show to others but never see ourselves, and The Uplift & Inspire Collection—pithy messages in postcard format
Throughout 2017 and 2018, Sahara underwent a series of upgrades in Consciousness and frequency, and is designated a Vibrational Catalyst and LightBringer. Danielle Egnew/PsychicMedium calls her "A huge empath...a huge healer...a huge teacher," and "A walking lightbulb full of Love, elevating Consciousness everywhere she goes...
Her life is dedicated to “Transforming the fabric of reality for the Well-being of All.”
Sahara currently resides in Bozeman, Montana.
You may listen to The Evolution Revolution rap here: https://soundcloud.com/siriusgalore
Written in 1999, maybe the world is ready…
You may listen to a Pecha Kucha 2020 presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_rp6JvKUAk&t=11s