Ashram

During the hippie years, many daring souls moved to spiritual hermitages called an ashram to live with a guru. Here's the story of one renegade mountain farm where eight residents discover their quest for transcendence and enlightenment has everything to do with baking bread and mixing cement, plus headstands. As for the guru, she's both earthy and demanding. It's Om, Sweet Om, in the end. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301346950
About Jnana Hodson

Each of my books is unique. You'll find no cookie-cutter formula of commercial genre but rather a playful curiosity that begs to explore where the characters and action wish to go. Even when we revisit the same scene, as we do in "Hippie Drum" and "Hippie Love," each work has its own voice and style.
I'm especially intrigued with the changing realities of American life.
"Promise," for instance, focuses on new dynamics in marriage and career, even as its central couple relocates to an unencumbered frontier.
"Hometown News" invokes the upheaval within the workplace and face-to-face community as we're confronted by global economics.
My Hippie Trails series looks beyond the mass-media stereotypes of the era to explore the personal encounters and discoveries of a turbulent time. From "Daffodil Sunrise," with its political activism, to the quest for loving in "Hippie Drum" and "Hippie Love" to the surreal flights of "Subway Hitchhikers" to the spiritual struggles and blissful heights of "Ashram," it's a remarkable journey.
Please come along as you may.

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