Many spiritual memoirs walk through a house closing doors and windows until the author settles comfortably into one room, whereas Living with Spirit opens door after door and window after window, letting in all different kinds of light. Alice Peck, author of Bread, Body, Spirit I m hored that Peggy has shared my teachings, and in such a good way, in this book. Her writing is graceful, flowing, and easy to read and understand. Brooke Medicine Eagle, author of Buffalo Woman Comes Singing Have you ever wondered what really happened to the flower children and activists of the 1960s? The popular media would have us believe that they all outgrew their alternative lifestyle and became stockbrokers. Not true. Living with Spirit, Journey of a Flower Child, describes an ongoing wave of transformation and spiritual awakening that has continued to grow exponentially to the present day, as we approach the prophesied year 2012. Peggy Kornegger s journey, from flower child to feminist activist to spiritual seeker, has given her a unique perspective on this phemen. Her experiences swimming with wild dolphins and whales in the ocean, traveling to sacred sites such as Tulum and Machu Picchu, and studying with Maya elders in Guatemala have all contributed to her metamorphosis. Living with spirit is the thread that runs throughout the book how she has experienced it and how everyone can. Peggy Kornegger is a writer, editor, and lightworker who lives in the Boston area. Her writing has appeared in a wide variety of spiritual, feminist, and political publications, including Spirit of Change, Bay Windows, Sojourner, Second Wave, Sinister Wisdom, Plexus, and the anthology Reinventing Anarchy. Cover art: Infinity (c)2003 by Anne S. Katzeff. Cover design: Anne S. Katzeff. Back cover photo of Peggy with dolphin: Lisa Denning/Ocean Eyes Photography.