All of us hear about how one person can make a difference in the world, but it's one thing to know it intellectually, and another to see it up close and personal. Thanks to Anuradha Koirala, I am now a witness.
The spiritual experience usually comes about in altered states, but what does the recurring substance of the experience signify? What is that "something deeper and larger than ourselves" to which the experience seems to connect us?
One of the greatest potholes today to people living in a relaxing condition in their day-to-day life, is the sense of wanting to compare ourselves to historical figures and "spiritual heros" from the past.