From Library Journal
Teilhard de Chardin said, "We are spiritual beings having a human experience." Chopra builds on this powerful thought in this recording that expands his life's work in spiritual approaches to daily living. He explains the laws of pure potentiality, giving, karma, least effort, intention and desire, detachment, and dharma and includes useful suggestions on how to apply these fundamental, natural principles if one is truly searching for purpose and a satisfying life. Ancient Vedic concepts form the basis of this philosophy of living that transcends the Eurocentric theological dogma that seems to preoccupy Western thought, especially among Americans. With Chopra's rapidly growing adherents and his appearance on the glib talk shows, look for this new release to attract attention. The recording, read by the author, is also available in book form (Amber-Allen Pub., 1995), which may appeal to those listeners willing to do the hard work required to successfully implement these principles. For all public libraries.?Dale Farris, Groves, Tex.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Cassette.
All creation, Chopra says, is based on natural laws that are too often thwarted by Western preferences for effort, control, and relentless ambition. This is an audio that will bring the listener back to the wisdom of the body--the inner intelligence of all living things that propels them toward fulfillment without struggle or compulsiveness. Controlling everything and pumping up our importance may be attractive to the American mind, but Chopra's genius is that he makes giving them up sound like a relief. The depth of these ideas will make most listeners want more of Chopra's ideas, more of his serenity. A near perfect 90-minute transformational audio. T.W. © AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition CD.