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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Living the idea of God is something which is impossible without the help of ______________, even if understanding is simple.
(a) Gurus.
(b) Yoga.
(c) Ashrams.
(d) Mantras.

2. One must be open to ____________, writes Liz, when she is thinking about Octavian and all of the things that he does not contemplate.
(a) Transformation.
(b) Power.
(c) Truth.
(d) Aggression.

3. What New Year does Liz help to chant in upon her arrival at the Ashram and in India for the next part of her trip?
(a) 2003.
(b) 2001.
(c) 2005.
(d) 2004.

4. Who introduces Liz to an Indian Guru when she is in her fragile state and is unable to deal well with the world?
(a) Giovanni.
(b) David.
(c) Iva.
(d) Claude.

5. Liz points out that true yogis see everything in nature as ___________ in disguise, according to the writing in this book.
(a) God.
(b) Enlightenment.
(c) Purity.
(d) Truth.

6. What does Liz do for the first time in her adult life after she meets the guru and begins to make changes?
(a) Finds her mother.
(b) Writes a book.
(c) Gets her own apartment.
(d) Reads a book.

7. Liz is jealous of her roommate who can seemingly slip into ____________ almost instantly when she uses her mantra.
(a) Heaven.
(b) Delirium.
(c) Sadness.
(d) Joy.

8. Iva tells Liz to imagine all of the people in the world, along with celebrities and others, ____________ her petition as well.
(a) Writing.
(b) Burning.
(c) Laughing at.
(d) Co-signing.

9. The ___________ process of being at an Ashram discourages anyone whose life problems might distract others.
(a) Interview.
(b) Application.
(c) Travel.
(d) Payment.

10. Where exactly is Liz, the author, at the beginning of the book when she begins to tell her story?
(a) New Delhi.
(b) Rome.
(c) New York.
(d) Bali.

11. Funny enough, two of the people whom Liz meets in Rome are writers and they are named ____________.
(a) Iva.
(b) David.
(c) Elizabeth.
(d) Felipe.

12. From what state is Richard, the cool walking stranger who is a former junkie and alcoholic?
(a) California.
(b) Florida.
(c) New York.
(d) Texas.

13. What is the work assignment that Liz is meant to do when she is at the Ashram, as a part of her mundane work?
(a) Reading.
(b) Washing dishes.
(c) Scrubbing temple floors.
(d) Greeting students and visitors.

14. What is the animal image which is associated with the kundalini shakti, according to the writing in this book?
(a) Tiger.
(b) Snake.
(c) Hawk.
(d) Horse.

15. Liz swears herself to celibacy in order to find healing and peace through ____________, according to the story.
(a) Diary writing.
(b) Solitude.
(c) Prayer.
(d) Yoga.

Short Answer Questions

1. What allows Liz to head to Rome at the start of the story, according to her own writing?

2. Swamji, beloved __________, is in a dream of Liz's, telling her to hold back the sea while laughing about her failure.

3. What offers Liz ever-shifting images that begin to drive her crazy, even as she is trying to push them away?

4. What prevents Liz from setting out on her world travel adventure at the start, though this soon resolves?

5. Liz decides that she wants to be like ____________ when she is old, according to the story.

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