In How to Know God, Chopra charts a fascinating course for us, as we explore mysticism, religious ecstasy, genius, telepathy, multiple personality, and clairvoyance, drawing insights from psychology, neurology, and physics, as well as the great religions.
©2007 Deepak Chopra; (P)2007 Random House Inc., Random House Audio, a Division of Random House Inc.
"I congratulate Dr. Deepak Chopra for this wonderful book, reaching out to many, many readers, on a subject of spirituality but with a scientific approach. And I absolutely agree with Dr. Chopra's view that 'If we want to change the world, we have to begin by changing ourselves.' This is the same message that I have always been conveying." (The Dalai Lama)
I have been realizing throughout my adult life how much my local library was missing. I have Audible now to fix that.
Yes, I think I would have gotten lost in a printed version as the concepts are quite complex.
I nearly cried toward the end but I can barely explain why.
Wonderful mind expanding view of our existence.
As much as I like him, I don't think I would try another book if he is the narrator.
More Eckhart Tolle. He is easy to listen to and understand.
His heavy accent combined with a fairly low/soft voice makes it really difficult to follow. I like to listen to books on earbuds while I'm at work, and I had to rewind so many times to figure out what he just said, that I never even followed his story. It may be different in a super quiet room with no other distractions.
I don't think it's that kind of book - but I couldn't understand him, so maybe it is? Maybe it isn't?
l am enthralled by Deepak Chopra's.work. lt's a masterstroke for me. This volume touched and guided me. l am on the journey still.
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