Terence Stamp is well-known as one of Britain’s most charismatic and memorable actors, and he has made no secret of his spiritual inclinations. In this compelling memoir he offers fascinating vignettes of the showbiz life he has led, but more interesting than that are his encounters with some of the great spiritual teachers of the 20th century. He describes tracking down Sri Nisargadatta, author of I Am That, in the backstreets of Mumbai; plus what he writes about Krishnamurti is moving and inspiring. It’s a wonderful account of a life richly lived.
176pp, 215 x 135 mm, Paperback, 2017, RRP £9.99