The autobiography is the extraordinary story of how a young Jewish woman from the Midwest came to terms with the powerful transformation despite the mind's relentless attempts to pathologize it, and how the experience ultimately blossomed into full Self-realization.
It is an account of the fourteen-year aftermath of a complete and irrevocable shattering of personal identity, a permanent switching off and falling away of everything.
This book was born of the desire to provide a context and a companion for those whose destiny it is to experience the emptiness of personal self thrusting itself to the foreground in unimaginable ways.
"This is an extraordinary account of the experience of selflessness. It points to the heart of spiritual practice-even though the language it uses does not emphasize the importance of practice." -Joseph Goldstein
"An excellent read. This book can serve as a catalyst for the appreciation of the emptiness of self-existence rather than the abhorrence and fear of it." - Christopher Titmuss
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