Reviewers state it best: "No glossed over self help piece this..." and "I would highly recommend this book before spending the big money required to attend intensives, boot camps, or retreats."
Fans of superstar gurus like Tony Robbins or Eckhart Tolle will love this inside look at the culture of Hollywood gurus.
The imagery is raw, vivid and captivating in this autobiographical account, leaving you fully invested in the outcome for the characters: a small group of spiritual seekers that sign up for a Hollywood guru's Intensive, and their teacher, a man who has devoted his life to spiritual leadership.
If you're curious about what it would be like to work with a Hollywood spiritual guru to the stars, but you can't relocate to Los Angeles, or you don't have $50,000 and several years to devote to focusing on your personal growth, then this book is for you.
Instead, live vicariously through the author, with humor and tears, in this accounting of her experience as a student of, and then assistant to, one of the top ten non-allopathic healers in North America.
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