The Book of Secrets: Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life

I’m a long-time reader of Dr. Chopra’s books, but this one is truly unique. It pulls no punches, telling the whole story of how he sees spirit and the path to enlightenment. In the past Dr. Chopra has used a lot of pop metaphors to get his message across and has been lumped with motivational writers like Wayne Dyer and Tony Robbins, but in The Book of Secrets he is all spiritual, and for me that is really exciting. If you want to learn about everything from good and evil to life after death and the five illusions that create unreality, this is the book for you.

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Part of me wants to dismiss Chopra as touchy-feely new-agey fluff, but I keep reading him because there are such profound resonant truths underneath everything he writes about. He goes a little off the uh, “deep,” end now and again, but really, he does a fine job of relating ancient eastern principles in a very personal and understandable way. He’s actually going over the same material with each new book, but to his credit, he finds so many different ways to relate it to the modern world, and to different mindsets — each book is better than the last. I think of him as the Alan Watts of this era. There are a lot of “wow” moments in this one, and a very enjoyable journey. I’ve read through it several times already.

The Book of Secrets: Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life

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