Dreaming in Real Time is a first-person account of Linda and Robert Forman's beginnings as the daughter of a rancher in Reno, and the son of a nomadic military man, who discover meditation and spirituality and are transformed by its power. Forman recounts in her book countless mystical events leading up to the discovery in 1988 that their daughters, nine year old Andrea and seven year old Sara, had the ability to read, write and chant the ancient language of Sanskrit - a language that takes lifetimes to master, even by Eastern spiritual masters! This ability has led to the creation of the internationally acclaimed music group, Shanti Shanti, fronted by Andrea and Sara, and backed by the professional musicianship of their father, Robert.
The two sisters who sing in the musical group Shanti Shanti and their mother Linda Forman were Barbara's guests on Sunday night. Before they were ten years old, the sisters had the unusual ability to chant the Sanskrit spiritual scriptures known as the Vedas.