Fire in the Heart (Compact Disc)

By Deepak Chopra, Deepak Chopra (Read by)

Macmillan Audio, 9781593976712

Publication Date: June 16, 2005

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (12/26/2006)
Compact Disc (6/25/2019)
Hardcover (5/1/2004)
MP3 CD (6/25/2019)

List Price: 24.95*
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Description

From the man Time magazine named one of the top 100 heroes and icons of the 20th Century, comes a book of spiritual exploration
A fifteen-year-old boy is walking through a swirling fog on his way to school when a voice calls out, “Come here. We need to talk.” Out of the mist emerges an old man with a white beard. He is a fantastic figure, as wizardly as Merlin, as wise as Socrates, as peaceful as Buddha. Whoever he is, the old man has appeared on that very day to change the boy’s life.
“You are old enough to learn about things” he says mysteriously. “And who is going to teach you but me?”
The old man gives the boy four days of “soul training,” a time of riddles, tricks, parables and fantastic twists that bring out surprising answers to each of four burning questions about spirituality:
• Do I have a soul?
• How do wishes come true?
• What is the supreme force in the universe?
• How can I change the world?
The boy was Deepak Chopra, who grew up to write and teach about the same invisible things the old man had taught him. “The old man with the white beard showed me the spiritual side of life,” says the author, “where real passion and excitement come from. So before you begin, take a deep breath. The story could turn out to be yours.”



About the Author

DEEPAK CHOPRA has gained worldwide acclaim as a teacher and writer in fields as diverse as mind-body medicine, ayurveda, the nature of God, and the path to success. More than twenty million copies of his books have been sold worldwide. He is the founder of the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, California. Visit his Web site at www.chopra.com.


Praise For Fire in the Heart

"Chopra shows a great talent for explaining intangible and complex ideas lucidly and even grippingly.”—Publishers Weekly*