The Sixties: Drugs, Sex and Rock n’ Roll were the background of author Rifka Kreiter’s coming of age.
After a defining spiritual experience on an acid trip, Rifka set off on a quest to recapture her personal discovery.
After surviving a fraught childhood in New York and L.A., Rifka Kreiter revels in studying acting at the High School of Performing Arts and dancing the Twist at the Peppermint Lounge. Her road leads through broken love affairs and virtually all the great movements of the sixties, including civil rights marches in Mississippi, antiwar demonstrations in San Diego, and est seminars in Manhattan. On a deeper level, this is a profound quest to heal her psychic wounds and find spiritual meaning that she intuits lies beneath all the tumult of those times.
Here is an exploration of life’s deepest questions, as Rifka strives to bust free, be it with drugs, therapy or meditation. A triumphant story about a search for liberation on every level, Home Free: A Child of the Sixties ends with a jaw-dropping discovery—one as unexpected as it is transformational.