"It was not always easy to be the guru’s wife,” writes Diana Mukpo.
“But I must say, it was rarely boring.” At the age of sixteen,
Diana Mukpo left school and broke with her upper-class English
family to marry Chögyam Trungpa, a young Tibetan lama who would go
on to become a major figure in the transmission of Buddhism to the
West. In a memoir that is at turns magical, troubling, humorous,
and totally out of the ordinary, Diana takes us into... more...