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The Book of Secrets: Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life Paperback – Deckle Edge, September 27, 2005
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Lewis in An Encounter with a Prophet instructs an adolescent to see his dead brother pursuing his favorite activity at a different location.
These authors do not see death as a end but as a continuation of the life here. Interesting concepts.
Each chapter is given to a "secret" such as "The Mystery Of Life Is Real", "The World Is In You", "What You Seek You Already Are", "Evil Is Not Your Enemy" and "The Meaning Of Life Is Everything". At the end of each chapter Deepak gives some exercises and suggestions as to how one might accommodate the secret just discussed. Many of these boil down to simple honest and open awareness of oneself and others, together with practical advice of one kind or another. For example, in chapter 6 the author helps free you up from the fear of making mistakes. Right and wrong decisions are mental constructs, there is bad in the good choices we have made and vice versa.
On the cover Deepak asks three questions: "Who am I?", "Where did I come from?" and "Why am I here?". He answers them clearly and simply in the last chapter. A great book to help you WAKE UP!
I have already bought 2 more copies to give to friends who like to think about why they might be here and what all this is about. Both of them are also thrilled. So buy this book. Or don't.
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Really interesting book, opens the heart and mind to want to know more about life.Published 2 months ago by suzie
Deepak is extrodinary. He can convey concepts that are foreign to many very effectively. Very healing.Published 3 months ago by Bonnie