Stuart Perrin, author and master of meditation and Kundalini yoga, is available for interviews to share his knowledge, experience and understanding of inner growth and what it takes to have a spiritual life.
Stuart Perrin has been quietly teaching small groups of students around the world for over 45 years, and is a direct disciple of Swami Rudrananda, more commonly known as Rudi. Stuart studied six years with Rudi. In 1973, Rudi died in an airplane crash, and Stuart was one of three survivors.
A well-known and respected author, Stuart has published The Mystical Ferryboat (1983), Leah(1988), A Deeper Surrender: Notes on a Spiritual Life (2001), Moving On: Finding Happiness in a Changed World (2004), an essay for Kundalini Rising (2009), Rudi: The Final Moments (2011), Little Sisters (2012), and most recently A Lotus Flower In Muddy Waters (2014).
Over four decades Mr. Perrin has been interviewed on radio, live television, podcasts, and the popular Buddha At The Gas Pump. He also has a YouTube channel that presents talks from his many live events. He was recently interviewed by Ronnie Smith of the U.K.
Interviews can be arranged by contacting Stuart Perrin.