In Deepak Chopra's powerful, groundbreaking, and imaginative new work, a unique blend of storytelling and teaching, the New York Times best-selling author explores the evolution of God. By capturing the lives of ten historical prophets, saints, mystics, and martyrs who are touched by a divine power, Chopra reveals a riveting portrait of a constantly changing God. Our belief, and therefore God itself, transforms with each passing century. Chopra's novel brings to life the defining moments of our most influential sages, ultimately revealing to us universal lessons about the true nature of God.
©2012 Deepak Chopra (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers
Yes, Deepak is very relaxing to listen to but sometimes the story is so detailed that I might miss absorbing parts of it. I would listen to it again. It is a spiritual journey with answers and questions. Very thought provoking and moving. It left me feeling more connected to God and feeling more understanding of God. I think it is a great book for those who are wanting to grow spiritually while living our daily physical life.
I listened to the whole book on a long road trip (both ways) It is long but I really hated to see it end, I was really enjoying it so much.
I love audio books and the ease of stopping where you want , making bookmarks, etc. This is one of those books you will want to listen to some parts over again.
I love the fact that the stories are from different religions and cultures and sometimes different ideas about God. I think it shows us how our evolution is growing toward understanding God better.
Thank you Deepak for this book! it is a blessing to me! Namaste
a spiritual journey
It's a long book and a lot to absorb at one time! I think it may work best to listen to a chapter at a time , stopping to reflect on each before listening to the next.
Right up there with the other 3 novels written by Mr Chopra. Buddha, Jesus, & Muhammad. EXCELLENT pieces of work!
Job. His view opened a whole NEW avenue of seeing things from the "accepted" view
It's indescribable actually. I just enjoy the ride when listening to his novels
No. I have never done that with His novels. I get some in, then I contemplate
I enjoy the books about spirituality, but the novel are a DIFFERENT ANIMAL
The stories are great and interesting
Deepak Choprah is a great storyteller, but a terrible reader. It's sometimes impossible to follow.
I like Deepok Chopra and frequently listen and enjoy his talks. However, I didn't realize until this book how different reading is from speaking. The subject matter was interesting, but the narration was so distracting that I didn't finish the book.
Report Inappropriate Content