A fifth-grade bully, a blossoming romance, a late-night crash
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Marilyn Stablein lives in Seattle, Washington, where she is director of The Literary Center, a writer’s resource organization.
Twenty years ago I had my first and only mescaline trip in a remote part of the Himalayas that borders India and Nepal. I had already traveled and studied Tibetan Buddhism in India for three years.
I first met Mataji at the river. I had travelled a long way by bus, boat, and truck. The Middle Eastern countries were hard to travel through. I was pelted with rocks once. Women just don’t travel alone in Muslim areas.