Faith and belief are two of the strongest reason someone stays loyal to someone. Sometimes, the loyalty grows, and the person takes the form of a faithful companion. Such is the story of Ma Anand Sheela, who served Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh with of her heart and soul, but the rest of her life has been a roller coaster with more downs than ups. Written by Ma Anand Sheela herself, Don't Kill Him!: The Story Of My Life With Bhagwan Rajneesh is the story of her life, from the days she spent with him under his guidance to her awful days of sufferings without him.
Between 1981 and 1985; she was the personal secretary of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. She had an enviable close relationship with Him that gave her the liberty to be the second-in-command of the organisation. She enjoyed the privileges with all of her devotion and dedication. Not just professionally, she was also his confidante with whom he had shared almost all of his personal issues. Whether it was to run minor errands or some administrative matter or even buy a new Rolls-Royce, he has always considered her opinion.
After years of companionship and trust, when she had been his closest aide and had taken care of the entire commune on his behalf, the relationship started to experience cracks and differences crept up. Ma Sheela�s resignation followed the differences that marked the start of the infamous history for Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. She fled to Europe with some members, and soon came an accusation from Bhagwan for her of conspiracy to murder public officials, a bio-terror attack and to escape the country with fifty-five million dollars.
She has paid the prices for the accusations that have been made against her. After nearly two decades, Ma Sheela Anand has come up with this book where she explains her side of the story. Claiming to be still in love with Bhagwan and a faithful follower of his teachings, she exposes the dark secrets that have remained concealed. You can order online the paperback edition published by Fingerprint with the ISBN-10: 8172344449 and ISBN-13: 978-8172344443.