The writings of Shobha Cameron -
in both prose and poetry,
embrace the spiritual tradition of the devotee (bhakta),
which is widely accepted in the east.
Since the seventies -
as an anthropologist,
Shobha has researched the influence of eastern mysticism
in western countries.
She has published three books through Bhakti Press, Australia
- SONG OF LOVE - devotional poetry
- IF - A MOTHER TO HER DAUGHTER (in response to Rudyard Kipling)
- JOURNEY OF A SANNYASIN
account of her spiritual experience while living for five years in an Indian ashram
Work in progress
- MEMOIRS OF A MYSTIC - anecdotes from forty years as a mystic in the making
- REMEMBERING - an exercise in recalling our divinity, which enables us to become 'whole'
- THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ME - every person on the planet has their own gospel which requires expression, which is unique to themselves
- THE VERY MERRY WIDOW - the illusion of death and the continuity of the spirit
- SLIPPING SIDEWAYS - the existence of parallel universes of the material and
- MY MOTHER - MY LIFE : reflections of a daughter on the passing of her mother
- ESSAYS IN PROVOCATION
outrageous opinions of the author on a variety of contemporary social issues
HEDONISM - indulgence in a life devoted to the appreciation of beauty
- DUAL HERITAGE - acknowledging both the contribution of both genetics,
biochemistry (nature) and childhood experience (nurture) toward who we have become today, together with the influence of our previous incarnations on this planet - upon our journey towards spiritual enlightenment or understanding
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