Deepak Chopra, educational director of The Chopra Center For Well Being in La Jolla, California, is a pioneer in helping individuals maximize their ability to achieve success and fulfillment through mind body techniques. He is a bestselling author of both nonfiction and fiction and a leading, internationally recognized motivational speaker.
His audio release, "Everyday Immortality" (Random House Audio), contains a series of insights, known in eastern wisdom traditions as sutras, or koans. You will ponder the meaning of each statement -- some obvious, others more challenging. Through this process, the listener's thought patterns are literally transformed, causing a permanent shift in perception.
God is not a person or a thing but rather a process, according to world-renowned author and spiritual leader Chopra. The purpose of his ambitious book "How to Know God : The Soul's Journey into the Mystery of Mysteries" (Random House Audio) is to assure readers that anyone can engage in this process--"it isn't a matter of faith, religious teaching, innate goodness, luck or some other mysterious factor," Chopra explains. "Our brains are hardwired to find God." This hardwiring is deftly explored as Chopra lists the seven ways humans know God and how they correspond to the anatomy of our human brains.