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“Superheroes have been part of the world’s culture since long before Superman and Spider-Man. In this remarkable book, the insightful Deepak Chopra probes the amazing origin of superheroes dating back to Buddha and Lord Shiva a reading experience not to be missed.” (Stan Lee, co-creator of Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four, Iron Man, The Avengers, Thor and The Hulk)
“Father and son “Chopra-ize” the world of Superheroes with insight, irreverence, and wisdom in their unique way. Never has the world been more in need of a new breed of heroes to re-invent our collective story and this book delivers heroically.” (Peter Guber, author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller Tell to Win)
“I’m a big fan both of comic books and books about spirituality, and this tome bridged the gap perfectly.” (MTV GEEK)
New York Times bestselling author Deepak Chopra, with his son Gotham, expertly guides us through the seven essential laws that govern the realm of superheroes, explaining their relevance, their importance, and—perhaps most important—how to apply them to our daily lives. These seven transformative laws will help us all uncover greater happiness, courage, balance, creativity, compassion, and purpose.See all Editorial Reviews
I think Dr. Chopra may not have fully understood the source material. I give the disclaimer now that I am not familiar with Dr. Chopra's work. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joshua S Benton
Everything said here deeply resonates with a culture where young adults have so much energy and want to do so much to change the world but don't know where to start, this book... Read morePublished 18 months ago by L. Delbel
Wow! Just a voluminous expression of abundance, quantum possibilities, enlightened awareness which propels being consciously beyond mere human initial experiencePublished 19 months ago by supermathlove
It is a commonplace among entrepreneurs and business gurus that anyone can have a good idea. The difference between success and failure usually lies with the execution of that... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Allen Baird
Chopra doesn't seem to take the subject seriously. He apparently did little research and blithely shoehorns superheroes into his philosophy without providing examples. Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by Anna Call