Freedom in Bondage offers
a portrait of the life and philosophy of one of the twentieth century’s
most respected meditation masters—his early training in spiritual
practices, his flight and capture, interrogation and sentencing, and the
years in prison. His voice is calm and nonjudgmental, uplifting the
reader with his compassion for his captors. The title captures the
author’s inner liberation in a dire situation.
166 pages. Paperback.