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Riassunto: Bestselling author and lecturer Neale Donald Walsch engages in a spirited discussion with Deepak Chopra, M.D., in this engrossing audio program.
Here, Walsch recounts the extraordinary events that led up to the publication of his international bestseller, Conversations with God. Back in February of 1992, Walsch's life was falling apart -- and his health as well -- and feeling incredible anger and frustration in the middle of the night, he picked up a pen and a yellow legal pad and wrote an angry letter to no one in particular, demanding "What does it take to make life work, and what have I done to deserve a life of such continuing struggle?!" It was then that Walsch heard the wise and gentle "voiceless voice" that gave him the answers to all of his penetrating questions . . . and the rest is publishing history.
Walsch and Chopra discuss the profound insights that this experience engendered, the great awakening that is happening on our planet as we enter the millennium, and many more fundamental concepts that are of the utmost interest to all conscious human beings.
Sinossi: In this audio-program, Walsch recounts the events that led to the publication of his besteller Conversations with God. Walsch and Chopra discuss the profound inisghts that the experience of these events engendered, the great awakening that is happening, and many more fundamental concepts.
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