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What does A.H. Nonprofit do? A.H.Nonprofit provides services to people who are in need, feeling lost, challenged by practical living needs, or facing spiritual crisis, as well as being an aide for people focused on a life of Self-inquiry, surrender, or devotion.

What are the "services" that A.H. provides?
Free website with free videos, articles, links to downloadable texts, and resources that focus on removing the obstacles to Self-realization.

How-To guides to finding employment or life-situations that allow focus on Self-realization while still earning some income.

After state liscensing is received, free addiction counseling will be provided, both online and in person when possible.

What is  self-inquiry?
Self-inquiry is a way of investigating the nature and source of the 'I-thought', which Ramana Maharshi made more well known to the common public.

What do the letters A and H stand for in A.H. Nonprofit? 
The letters A and H represent  multiple projects. Two of them…
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Thomas Fire Ventura County December 8th 2017 1030 AM

I had wanted to go to India ever since I first started being attracted to Gurus. The first picture of a Guru that I remember making a big impact on me was this one of Babaji:

I found this photo at the time to be the epitome of beauty in form. I read a book about Babaji, I can't remember now if he was still alive at that time, which was 1993. 
The first book about India that really got me wanting to go there was Autobiography of a Yogi, by Yogananda, pictured below.  This book made such an impression that I named our first son Sage because of how many times in the book the author talks about this Sage and that Sage.

Around the time of reading this, my older brother went to Lucknow, India to live near Papaji, and I had a strong desire to go there but we were getting ready for Sage to be born and finances were limited.
Around this time, a friend sent me the Ramana book: Erase the Ego. I remember longing to go to Arunachala, where Ramana's Ashram. When my brother visited from Ind…