Sarada Chiruvolu writes in her Introduction, The individualized divinity within each of us must merge with the Absolute to experience the final destination and remain there. For a rendition of one’s “awakening one’s divinity in one’s humanity and one’s humanity in one’s divinity” from a classical Indian perspective, I highly recommend “Home At Last” as Chiruvolu has succeeded admirably. In common language, she explicates what is inexplicable—the “not this, not that” of what we label reality. She even alludes to what contemporary quantum physics is revealing about what the ancients long ago subscripted.
Abbot-Bishop, White Robed Monks of St. Benedict