In the early 70s Rosemary Hamilton's life took an unexpected turn when she found herself as an orangeclad disciple of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. And from then on started the beautiful and profound adventure of her life, which she here shares with the rest of the world.
She lived in silence, she went through hard therapy, witnessed relationship problems and other problems in the ashram. And had the great fortune to move into close proximity to Osho as his cook.
Here she portraits not only the controversial Osho and his life in Poona and the unfortunate stay in the US, where Rosemary goes into a hungerstrike in protest against the illegalities surroding his arrest. But also chronicles her own awakening process, giving the picture of a strong, couragous and humorous woman. Where Osho comes across as a rather gentle and humble man, quite unlike the medias "sex guru with the 93 Rolls Royces". And as a master who places his own interests second to the growth of his disciples.
A profound and well written book about the relationship between an Enlightened Master and a mature, ready and open disciple.