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
an account of her spiritual experience while living for five years in an Indian ashram
Work in progress
- KISSING THE JOY AS IT FLIES - in process of publication by Angelicus
- MEMOIRS OF A MYSTIC - anecdotes from forty years as a mystic in the making
- an exercise in recalling our divinity, which enables us to become 'whole'
- THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ME - every person has a gospel which is unique to themselves
- THE VERY MERRY WIDOW - on the illusion of death and continuity of the spirit
- SLIPPING SIDEWAYS - the parallel co-existent universes of the material and spiritual
- MY MOTHER - MY LIFE : reflections of a daughter on the pasig of her mother
- ESSAYS IN PROVOCATION
outrageous opinions of the author on
contemporary social issues
- AESTHETIC HEDONISM - indulgence in a life devoted to beauty
- DUAL HERITAGE - the contribution of 1) genetics
and biochemistry (nature), childhood experience (nurture) and 2) the influence of previous incarnations (past lives) towards spiritual understanding
For extracts from published works go to PUBLICATIONS.