Sages and Sinners

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iUniverse, Dec 17, 2006 - Fiction - 222 pages
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Intending to open her own ashram in Florida, Honey Lisle studies to become a certified yoga instructor at Gujarati Ashram, a secluded spiritual retreat in the Poconos. Here she meets Guruji, head of the ashram, and Dr. Lahiri, her teacher. When Lahiri tells her that her present studio is too small to qualify for affiliation with Gujarati, Honey is devastated.But there are problems in the inner sanctum of Gujarati. Guruji, who was raised in the strict discipline of a Tibetan monastery, succumbs to the permissive atmosphere of American society and begins to sexually exploit his female students. Unaware of Gujarati's problems, Honey returns to Florida determined to expand her yoga studio. She hires architect Tom McAbby, and the two embark on a romantic relationship.Halfway through construction of the studio expansion, a contractor's drinking problem causes an accident, seriously injuring Tom. With the contractor gone and Tom in the hospital, Honey's vision of an ashram appears doomed. But things have changed at Gujarati Ashram, and the new spiritual leader is Honey's former teacher. Can Dr. Lahiri provide Honey with the chance to live her dream?

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