Since she’s “come down” she’s been hard at work, becoming an inspirational saffron-clothed globetrotter, teaching Tibetan Buddhism and building a nunnery in the Kangra Valley of northern India.
“People have this idea that Enlightenment is something in a distance — a very fantastic and magnificent happening which will transform everything once and for always. But it’s not like that at all. It’s something which is so simple you hardly see it. It’s right in front of us, so close we don’t notice it. And it’s something that can happen at any moment. And the moment we see it, there it is. It’s been there all the time, but we’ve had our inner eye closed. When the moments of awareness all link up — we become a Buddha.”