Walks With Yogi: The Enlightenment Experiment
by Anda Peterson
Taking guidance from the Buddha and a host of wise teachers Anda Peterson embarks on what she calls an “enlightenment experiment” as she sets out to practice non-attachment and discover a life of peace and fulfillment. Having first survived a traumatic childhood and later an abusive relationship, her purpose is to find genuine happiness despite not having all the things society claims she needs: a husband, paid-off mortgage, children, vacation home, and financial safety net. In this account of her journey, she captures the familiarity of everyday experience and transforms it into something close to the sacred. Her story of forgiveness, resilience, and liberation will inspire anyone dealing with a troubling past or an uncertain future.
BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs
ISBN: 978-1-941830-25-3 (print; softcover; perfect bound)
Released February 2016
ANDA PETERSON is an adjunct writing instructor at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg. She is a member of the Florida Community of Mindfulness and a member of the writing group Prose Posse. Peterson has published poetry and essays as well as feature writing for newspapers and magazines. This is her first nonfiction book.
"Anda Peterson captures the familiarity of everyday experience and transforms it to something close to the sacred. She reviews the words of other mindful thinkers with what seems to be exquisite timing, as if the reader needed the spiritual insight at that very moment. Open the book. Take a deep breath. Let yourself experience your world in a different way."
"Anda Peterson has tapped into a deep essence of the soul."
"The candor and insight of Anda Peterson's writing make the buddhist principles come alive."
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