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The Essential How to Know God: The Essence of the Soul's Journey Into the Mystery of Mysteriesby Deepak Chopra
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You don't have to believe in God in order to experience God.
--- Deepak Chopra
The celebrated author of Ageless Body, Timeless Mind and The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success has written his most ambitious and important work yet, a runaway international bestseller that has inspired hundreds of thousands of readers to rethink their concept of God.
According to Chopra, the brain is hardwired to know God. The human nervous system has seven biological responses that correspond to seven levels of divine experience. These are shaped not by any one religion (they are shared by all faiths), but by the brain's need to take an infinite, chaotic universe and find meaning in it. How to Know God describes the quest each of us is on, whether we realize it or not. For, as Chopra puts it, "God is our highest instinct to know ourselves." This book makes a dramatic and enduring contribution to that knowledge.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Chopra, the celebrated author of "Ageless Body, Timeless Mind" and "The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success" has written his most ambitious and important work yet. According to the author, the brain is hardwired to know God, for, as Chopra puts it, God is our highest instinct to know ourselves.
About the Author
Deepak Chopra has written 24 books, which have been translated into thirty-five languages. He is also the author of more than 30 audio and videotape series, including five critically acclaimed programs on public television. Chopra currently serves as the director for educational programs at The Chopra Center for Well Being in La Jolla, California.
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