Yaani Drucker, who has made more than 25 trips to India and a number of spiritual treks through the Himalayas, will be sharing her understanding and experience of self-realization in a talk titled “Your Enlightenment Blesses the World.” She will speak at the March 20 meeting of the Emerald Coast Meditation Society. The meeting will start with a 30-minute meditation at 6:30 p.m. at Christ the King Episcopal Church, 480 N. Co. Hwy. 393, Santa Rosa Beach, one-half mile north of Hwy. 98. The ECMS follows no religion and does not charge. “While many of us have been on a spiritual journey, enlightenmenthas eluded us,” says Drucker. “And so, most have moved on, decided enlightenment is not attainable, not necessary, or not important.” Drucker will address the urgency of waking up now, suggesting that nothing is more vital to our continued existence. “And it is fully possible for everyone,” she says. “To wake up, nothing is asked that we cannot give right now. A profound shift in consciousness, readily accessible to everyone, leads us from the distorted perception of multiplicity to oneness.” Drucker has written a book titled “Not Guilty: Undoing the Illusion of Separate Existence” which is freely available on the Internet along with its associated course in enlightenment. She has a 30-year history with the late guru Sai Baba in India and has extensively studied “A Course in Miracles.” She was born in San Diego, CA., and raised on a dairy farm in western Washington state. She graduated with a BA in psychology from Western Washington University and went on to do post-grad studies at the John Bastyr School of Natural Medicine in Seattle. She has spent most of her adult life traveling to India on a quest for truth. She is married to Al Drucker, with whom she lives in Wisconsin Dells, WI.They winter in Seagrove Beach. The evening will conclude with a short guided meditation. The ECMS meets on the first and third Thursday of every month except July and August. Anyone who needs meditation instruction should arrive by 6:15 p.m. For information contact Nancy James, at firstname.lastname@example.org.