Life After Death: The Book of Answers

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Rider, 2006 - Death - 304 pages
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In this dazzling new book, Dr Deepak Chopra addresses on of the fundamental questions of existence. It is hard to think about death, but death is as much a part of life as birth and it affects every one of us. Drawing upon his personal experience, the wisdom of ancient Vedic philosophy and state-of-the-art particle physics, Chopra helps us to overcome our fears and to consider all the remarkable possibilities that may await us in the afterlife.

With warmth, logic and understanding, Dr Chopra explores the theory that death is an illusion of the senses and that the soul survives in an ongoing spiral of refinement that ends in enlightenment. Thought-provoking exercises offer a first-hand experience of these and other ideas, encouraging spiritual growth and readiness without requiring anyone to abandon their beliefs.

Life After Death is the book that Dr Chopra has been preparing to write his entire life. It will help you make sense of your own spirituality, whatever path you choose to follow, offering you your very own practical map of eternity.

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User Review  - stevedell - LibraryThing

A book that was a bit like smoke, really. It affected me as I was reading it, But as soon as I had finished it, I couldn't remember what had affected me about it. Perhaps it was too warm and comforting for its own good. Read full review

insightful and calming

User Review  - kathic - Borders

I got the book because my mom is 94 years old and I needed something to help me relate to where she'll go next when she's no longer with us. (even tho I know it will be a good place b/c she's so good ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Deepak Chopra is the author of more than fifty books translated into over thirty-five languages, including numerous New York Times bestsellers in both fiction and nonfiction.
Visit him at www.DeepakChopra.com.

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