From this realm of pure potential we are connected to everything that exists and everything that is yet to come. "Coincidences" can then be recognized as containing precious clues about particular facets of our lives that require our attention. As you become more aware of coincidences and their meanings, you begin to connect more and more with the underlying field of infinite possibilities. This is when the magic begins. This is when you achieve the spontaneous fulfillment of desire.
At a time when world events may leave us feeling especially insignificant and vulnerable, Deepak Chopra restores our awareness of the awesome powers within us. And through specific principles and exercises he provides the tools with which to create the magnificent, miraculous life that is our birthright.
©2003 Deepak Chopra, M.D.; (P)2003 Random House, Inc., Random House Audio, A Division Of Random House, Inc.
Deepak shows us two things:
a) how to use "coincidences" in our lives to our benefit
b) how to lead a balanced, fulfilled life
relating interesting stories and insights as well as meditation techniques.
Deepak has a wonderful voice; I bet you won't put this audio book down before you've heard it all.
This book has made a profound impact on my life. Science meets Spirituality. I loved it so much, I bought it in paperback also. I highly recommend both.
It's a very "user friendly" explanation of quantum physics that I found simple and clear. I've always been very interested in quantum physics but could never wrap my head around it. Now I can.
It's also a very spiritual read. A guide to creating and harnessing the power of coincidence in your life and living every moment happily. Truly uplifting and wonderful.
~Doesn't read like Chopra. He can be complicated and/or hard to follow at times. This book was absolutely NOT like that.
Deepak, hits another homerun... I've read or listened to 6-7 of Deepak audio books and hard cover books. The first was How to Know God... Never preaches, but just does a superb job of offering real interesting Food for Thought?
I have read and listened to a lot of Deepak Chopra books, and this is my favorite. He narrates it well (and he doesn't read all of his Audible offerings), and his illustrative stories make sense. Having listened to it many times since last years purchase, I never get tired of this one. Profound, and useful.
This is one of the best books that I have ever experienced. I purchased the book, to use to more easily create the daily mediations - and am on the second listening of the audio book. It is astounding.
This book was the obvious follow-up to all of Eckhart Tolle's books that I've been reading for a year or so. Deepak gives scientific facts to support the miracles that are life all around us and the phenomena of "coincidences". I know he gets made fun of, but I feel he's sincere and speaking from the heart. I will be purchasing more of his books.
Great book. Gives lots of insight and food for thought. It also gives basic meditation exercises to work on. Overall, if you're new to Deepak, it's a good intro to either his books or general Self-help books.
It may be a great book, but I couldn't understand him enough to follow it.
I would probably choose to read his books next time.
The advantage to the audio book is that during my busy days, I can simply turn on the audio in the car, during exercise, or any other daily activity where as I do not have as much time to sit and read.
yes, and this one is exceptional!
All of them!
Sure, I'd love to hear your story....
Fascinating book that mixes the practical with the spirtutal. Always interesting, Dr. Chopra gives you the opportunity to think, question, and move forward.
"Beautiful meditation guide"
We are one with the universe. One part of the whole.This has a very well laid out meditation guide in chapter 4 which I have started listening to regularly.Deepak Chopra talks about the Sutras and what they mean in very simple terms. A good guide for starting a spiritual meditation to help combat stress. The rest of the book can be a bit of a heavy reading/listening at times. This might be because Deepak has read it in a monotone (I am used to listening to Louise Hays style of narration and find it more engaging) . That's the only reason I have taken one star off. But for chap 4 meditation guide alone I would think this book is worth reading and listening to again and again.
The part where he talks about how just as a plant grows in the direction of light (Heliotrophy) so do we move in the direction of the universal light
Fascinating facts contained in this. A real eye-opener. Thoroughly enjoyed listening to it and would unhesitatingly recommend it.
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