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daisyamerica llc is a publishing house whose purpose is to help and nurture creative artists across all disciplines find the maximum audience for their work. It exists to publish and promote the work of artists whose work reflects core energy known as kundalini, paramchaitanya, rhu, ruach or in Christian terminology, the Holy Spirit. It is informed by the teachings of H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, the greatest spiritual personality, who gave en masse Self-realization spontaneously and effortlessly and whose mission was to emancipate the whole of humanity in preparation for the coming Age of Aquarius, the Age of Satya Yuga.

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Shere Hite and Mahakali

Alan Wherry

In 1994 I was working as Bloomsbury Publishing's Marketing Director in London's Soho Square. They'd taken on the author Shere Hite who's book, The Hite Report - a Nationwide Study of Female Sexuality* had been an international best-seller twenty years previously. Bloomsbury published her new title The Hite Report On The Family - Growing Up Under Patriarchy* and despite the best efforts of Bloomsbury, it didn't sell.

For reasons I never understood, Shere Hite had it in her head that the book's failure was entirely due to yours truly himself. Nothing could have been further from the truth. A professional in any field is obliged to do the job they are paid to do - and in my case, I'd always followed Alistair Cooke's observation, "a professional is someone who does his best work when he doesn't feel like it." Moreover, whether or not a book succeeds in the marketplace is a little understood and complex matter - 80% of trade books at that time failed commercially - and in a firm the size of Bloomsbury, with an array of superb sales people, publicists etc, it would have been extremely difficult if not impossible for one person to ruin a book's chances.

Shere Hite came to see Nigel Newton, the CEO of Bloomsbury and complained about her book's failure and specifically that I had deliberately scuppered it's chances.  She alleged that I was anti-feminist, and offered proof that in my office there were many photos, prints and books on display, none of which featured women.

Nigel Newton, a decent fellow, listened politely. I can imagine what was going through his mind. Bloomsbury's sales and publicity departments at the time, which reported to me, was staffed almost entirely by extraordinary women, including Caroline Michel, Sarah Beal and Lucky Juckes, (the very first Sales Director at Bloomsbury at the age of 23.)  

He invited Ms Hite to my office and as they walked in he pointed to a very large photograph of Shri Mataji in Her Mahakli form, which dominated the entire room.

How could it be that Ms. Hite had failed to see it? 

* At the time of writing, May 2015, both books can be bought on for 1 cent plus $3.99 postage.


Sahaja Jokes

Alan Wherry

What does God look like?

Laxshmi, aged four, was in her nursery school. 

The teacher asked the class to draw something from their imagination and after five minutes or so, noticed that most of the class had finished but Laxshmi was working away diligently and with full attention.

"What are you working on, Laxshmi?" the teacher asked.

"I'm drawing God," said Laxshmi.

"As a matter of fact, no one knows for sure if there is a God, and if so, what God looks like," said the teacher.

"You will in a minute," said Laxshmi. 

A hungry tiger meets a Sahaja yogi on a jungle path

The Sahaja Yogis starts to say the 12 names of Shri Ganesha, but notices that the tiger is also saying something too.

"What are you saying," asks the yogi.

"Shri Annapurna," says the tiger.