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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1598958941
  • ISBN-13: 978-1598958942
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"The rock star of the new spirituality" Guardian "Undoubtedly one of the most lucid and inspired philosophers of our time" Mikhail Gorbachev "The poet-prophet of alternative medicine" Time "One of the most important healers" Marianne Williamson "Deepak Chopra has introduced literally millions of people to the spiritual path, and for this we should be profoundly grateful" Ken Wilbur --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

Acknowledged as one of the world's greatest leaders in the field of mind-body medicine, Dr Deepak Chopra trained in India and the United States, and is Executive Officer of the Chopra Center for Well Being at Carlsbad in California. He has written over thirty books, which have been translated into thirty-five languages. He lectures and conducts seminars and workshops around the world. His website is

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1d35408) out of 5 stars Warm and Inspirational Aug. 14 2011
By Srini Chandrasekharan - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
The back of the book describes it as the `book he (Chopra) has been preparing to write his entire life'.

Indeed, it is well written and best work till date. I believe that it will appeal to an audience that may have an aversion to the sticky details of physics and science, but wants the comfort of knowing that the author has considered and reconciled scientific aspects with his hypothesis and beliefs.

Deepak Chopra is at his eloquent best. Warm and inspirational book. That says it all. Read it. It will change the way you look at life and death.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa16664d4) out of 5 stars The Best of Its Kind May 29 2014
By Dr. Peter Fritz Walter - Published on
Format: Paperback
'Life After Death' is one of Chopra’s best. I am talking about this specific edition that he published with Rider in London, not about the later version entitled Life after Death: The Burden of Proof, that he published in the USA.

What makes the strength of the present edition is that designers and the publisher really worked well to bring over Chopra’s poetic content to the distinguished reader. For this book is not just scientific in the modern sense of the word; it is scientific within the oldest traditions of the world, and among them the tradition Chopra himself originates from, the wistful Vedic tradition of India. In this sense, the book is an artful composition of poetic teaching tales and scientific text interwoven in a fantastic poetic tale.

I do not presently know an author who could do such a fusion without losing his style, and get into popular science jargon.
Chopra is beyond these categories, which is why he can afford to put his whole heart and soul in a book where others, afraid of public opinion in a matter that is still highly controversial, would probably stay with the hard facts. That is truly admirable. I would like to laud the designers and the publisher, Rider-Randomhouse in London, for this wonderful rendition of Chopra’s thoughts. The choice of the cover, the font, the layout and design, all is the work of skilled craft-makers, and it shows so much care taken! This is how it should.

This book was for me a journey, and I read it parallel with Charles W. Leadbeater’s Inner Life (1911)—which I have equally reviewed—and that was truly a good mix.

However, it should be noted that Leadbeater comes over as a dry mind compared to Chopra, who is a poet. Chopra really is the better writer, as he is less academic, less convoluted, more to the point, and more holistic in his overall approach to life. Passages of the book remind me of pamphlets written by Sufi writers.

Chopra uses an ancient technique of building a teaching tale by weaving an Ariadne thread from the first to the last page that helps the reader to bridge over the necessary dryness of pages that deal with hard scientific facts and statistics, or medical issues that Chopra eruditely expands into for the obvious reason of giving flesh to metaphysical issues. Indeed the mix he has brewed from this assemblage is really alchemical in the good sense of the word, and it has been appreciated by many readers.

I want to see the person who, after reading this book, still fears death! I think that one of Chopra’s main goals for writing this book was to help people cope with their fear of death, and he has dealt with this task in a magnificent way, indeed!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1be66b4) out of 5 stars Life After Death Sept. 26 2009
By Nancy D. Reinitz - Published on
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I absolutely love this book. I'm savoring every morsel. This is a book that you will read and re-read again and again. A book you should pass onto someone and share. Excellent!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa25e00e4) out of 5 stars Mysticism demystified. July 2 2012
By Mogus Rougus - Published on
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This is a refreshingly clear, well researched and well presented discussion, on a vital (no pun intended) topic. Recommended reading for all those who have realised they are going to die someday, and know the value of being prepared. Mr Chopra is a prolific author, who has a strong command of his subject matter and delivery, I have read three or four of his books over the years, but he has gone up a notch in my admiration with this one. I was particularly impressed with the user-friendly reference section at the end of the book, which gives you ample resources to pursue any of the threads that have been raised. If you have come to the point of facing this topic, this book will give you inspiration and comfort, without pretension or preaching.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa25e00f0) out of 5 stars very well founded view on the afterlife Oct. 8 2012
By wouter vandegehuchte - Published on
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This book hugely expanded my view on not only what 'may' happen after death but based on case reports and statistics gives the most plausible explanation what will happen after death.
The book focusses not only on the afterlife but on the fundamentals of life itself. In what frequency are we living? Is there an "after"-life or is there only a conscious perception of existential planes? I allready believed in life after death but after reading this book I am more convinced we can expand our consciousness and even perceive that afterlife while still alive in physical form.
As a follow up on this book I am currently reading "autobiography of a yogi" by Paramahansa Yogananda" which I can recommend highly!

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