I can best describe Yogini as a happy, loving Buddha who also kills the egos of her students; that is, if you are a serious student who wants to know who you really are. Yogini is one of only a handful of people I have ever met who knows who she is. Because of this, she teaches more by example than anything else. Just being around Yogini is to be around love; not New Age pseudo love, but the kind of love that will make you laugh at yourself until your belly hurts and gently lead you to realizations about yourself that you probably want to ignore—but know you need to know. And Yogini practices all of this with incredible patience and tolerance. She is all of this because she has attained all that she is, something that I want to emulate. So, if you want to laugh like you haven’t since you were a child, discover who you really are, kill your ego, and—yes—become enlightened, attend one of Yogini’s courses.