Maurice Anslow is a former journalist and consultant who now writes about world religion with a special interest in the Indian philosophy of Advaita Vedanta. Maurice has degrees from London University in human evolution/prehistory and ancient civilisation. He has worked in national newspapers and been editor of a number of magazines and journals. Maurice has a lifelong fascination with India which began in the 1960s when he fell in love with Indian classical music. Subsequently he has travelled and lived in India and tried to become familiar with all tenets of the Hindu faith and its underlying philosophy. I am Brahman is his first religious book. He has two sons, lives in Shropshire,UK, and is practicising as a transpersonal hypnotherapist.