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    Deepak Chopra’s new book The Future of God A Practical Approach to Spirituality in Our Times is a very poor book for a number of reasons I want to enumerate those reasons but first let me tell you about another book a very fine one Karen Armstrong’s The Case for God Knopf 2009 406 pp A scholar of comparative religion Armstrong writes that

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    uoteThe chance that higher life forms might hve emerged in this way ie randomly is comparable to the chance that a tornad

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    I’m pretty sure when I say the name “Deepak Chopra” Mr Chopra needs no introduction However just in case you haven’

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    As I've watched our next generation wander far from traditional religious views and practice I've often thought about the future of God in our country and in the human family at large As I've watched fundamentalism take root everywhere I've often thought God could use a good interpreter down here one who understands the universality of divine consciousness and its integral connection to our higher human nature So much has been dis

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    Really liked the middle half of this book so much that I'm rating it a 4 But had some problems with his critiue of militant atheism his seemingly intentional naivety and his narrow view of God as non personal So

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    In a word The Future of God is a beautiful book At the risk of offending those who subscribe to a traditional religion this book is for the rest of us—the spiritual the believers—who dismiss the God of children’s fables and the Bible Who reject a white bearded father in the sky and don’t necessarily euate God with Jesus Ch

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    No delusions just an open mindThe main reason I like Deepak Chopra’s latest book “The Future of God” is that it stands as a viable alternative to the “militant atheist’s” bible “the God delusion” Indeed even though Deepak does n

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    As a primer on the human wisdom that can be gained from Eastern religion and philosophy this would be nearly a two star bookAs a book

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    Misplacing this book I said to a person do you know where 'The Future of God' is? She mistook this as a defensive take on

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    A uote from the book You are finding your center whenever youRefuse to turn against others for ideological reason yet he spent a good amount of time in the book dissing a writer who disagrees with his ideas of God????? I thought this would be a good book no stars bad book

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Rs an empowering message asking us to re evaluate how we look at and live with God in our livesHe acknowledges that for many of us faith poses an immense challenge today for how is. Really liked the middle half of this book so much that I m rating it a 4 But had some problems with his critiue of militant atheism his seemingly intentional naivety and his narrow view of God as non personal So taking the book as a whole I rate it a 3 but for how much I liked the middle a 4Christians wd be better liked if they read books like this and wd be no further from truth only closer to God by being closer to themselvesCouple of passages I liked and some discussion1httpsbooksgooglecombooksid6VeThe passage from Healthy brain function through The light will enter of its own accord 2 Notice Chopra takes for granted that a person can encounter God experience It firsthand Proving It as a uniue entity that exists is irrelevant He s responding to atheists like Hitchens who throw out God altogether but make arguments only against the personal Christian God and possibly other personal gods Irrelevant People feel God the same way they feel love anger indigestion or a new idea They are affected by the concept and perspective and they change their perspectives on It That is what matters at first to Chopra bc that s all he s claiming God is Just the transcendent everythingness of the universe multiverse that s all But also merely psychology on steroids Eventually if you want to debate the existence of an impersonal entity called God you can subsume these collective experiences into a broader discussion that includes scientific observation and logical argumentation Chopra will go there with you but only after you understand the kind of God he s talking about and admit that that conception of God is legitimate and in that sense exists as a conception and worldview and series of emotions that people experience Chopra is in the business of defending possibility as far as you can take it He s not in the business of defending a personal God and prob doesn t believe in that yet the New Atheists resist him intensely in ways that focusing almost exclusively on a personal God b New atheists wd probably respond to Chopra s wake up before calling others asleep comment by saying that Chopra is the one who needs to wake up and the only way to settle who s awake is science the bedrock of thought and truth An important point and Chopra should take it up but fails to foresee it If this naivety reflects how he interacts with New Atheists I doubt I d bother defending him But for now I ll take up the issue here casually Let s start with the totems in Inception where New Atheists tell us science has crafted a tool that perfectly identifies whether you re in a dream or not The end of the movie tells us to stop waiting on tenterhooks to find out if the top keeps spinning and DiCaprio is in a dream bc it doesn t matter or at least shdn t be his only desperate concern What s important is he can walk away from the top and reunite and play with his family Chopra gets that and he s too comfortable and matter of fact with it for my taste but still he gets it The New Atheists don t or don t seem to Maybe bc they have taken on faith the premise that consciousness can be reduced to science If they have proven that or have a good theory then they shd spend all their time and write all their books showing how not working out the implications Of course you have to do it without recourse to consciousness But they don t even seem to try to prove it and I don t believe philosophers have If you do let me know Until then I don t trust the totem top and I m going to play with my family and my Godc Re holding up a mirror to unbelief and letting illusions fall away to leave only truth and God and about this being a fearful proposition Yes But for Christians all the so holding the mirror to belief and unbelief Ouch Christians rely heavily on the Bible and revelation and institutions and tradition and proudly speak about showing deference to previous thinkers and experts and saints rather than just believing whatever greedy invention you want Boy are they proud of that And that s good bc nothing is less credible or life embracing than thinking believing and doing whatever you want It sounds like the ultimate freedom but as soon as you find something you want to change about yourself you find you re a slave to yourself and your natural ways and automatic thoughts and genes and upbringing etc Life comes from doing a mix of what you want at the moment what you aspire to what others want you to do what transcendent forces guide you to and So Christians miss out who focus only on what they read into the Bible and tradition and not on what the God within is telling themI think this is bc Christians and not just fundamentalists assume it s always you believing whatever greedy invention pops into your mind they don t really believe you can hear God within or they would listen and heed Him Or they re scared they re hearing wrong or that they ll hear wrong if they try Big mistake When you practice listening for what to believe you find it s what remains after you hold a mirror to your belief and let illusions fall away when you hold God in mind and find out what you really believe when you look at your behavior as the inevitable conseuence of your actual beliefs and let your stated and presumed beliefs fall away Chopra is in the business of defending possibility as far as you can take it of first expanding your consciousness as far as you re willing to go stirring it up and letting truths settle then starting the process again A very few truths may gain enough substance to settle on the bottom then challenging yourself to go further I ll have no truck with a worldview that excludes either of these wisdom sources So I reject humanism and canonical Christianity

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It possible to believe in a deity who matters If we are to save faith Chopra reasons we must find new ways of living with God which may mean rethinking our approach to reality itsel. Misplacing this book I said to a person do you know where The Future of God is She mistook this as a defensive take on one of life s big uestions explaining numbers of youth attending church are up I guess she has her God as a witness to that oneBut chances are if you re offended by Chopra for many reasons his net worth his network Oprah 12 people of big credibility supporting him at the beginning of this book He s twinged skeptics nerves challenging Team Dawkins Team Harris Team Hitchens While I refuse to jump on or stand militant by any person and honestly accept my opinion as a far less learned offering that s to say I know very little sometimes I m stupid proving that in this review However the hostility and arrogance from whoever no matter the message is off putting Robust rational debate is reuired but I think when any person demeaned on purpose it comes at cost especially to those of us once skeptic who ve surfaced from suffering rejected the material world opting for creativity diet change meditation living better and operating from the heart therefore discovering some of Chopra s wooThere s great value in uashing aspects of religion we know are batty Eually there s value in offering us a new version of spirituality or indeed a version followed personally without inferring on others as THE way THE only way and best left to your interpretation no matter what language used to persuade or deter you away fromLike him or not he s added something to consider and whether you give him credit is entirely run by your gut head and cold heart ha The Love of a Latino reasons we must find new ways of living with God which may mean Other Days, Other Eyes rethinking our approach to Deception Island reality itsel. Misplacing this book I said to a person do you know where The Future of God is She mistook this as a defensive take on one of life s big uestions explaining numbers of youth attending church are up I guess she has her God as a witness to that oneBut chances are if you The Family re offended by Chopra for many The First Partition of Poland reasons his net worth his network Oprah 12 people of big credibility supporting him at the beginning of this book He s twinged skeptics nerves challenging Team Dawkins Team Harris Team Hitchens While I The Hero of Varay refuse to jump on or stand militant by any person and honestly accept my opinion as a far less learned offering that s to say I know very little sometimes I m stupid proving that in this Palestrina and Other Plays review However the hostility and arrogance from whoever no matter the message is off putting Robust Blackmailed By Daddy rational debate is उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] reuired but I think when any person demeaned on purpose it comes at cost especially to those of us once skeptic who ve surfaced from suffering Cock Tales rejected the material world opting for creativity diet change meditation living better and operating from the heart therefore discovering some of Chopra s wooThere s great value in uashing aspects of Son of the Hero religion we know are batty Eually there s value in offering us a new version of spirituality or indeed a version followed personally without inferring on others as THE way THE only way and best left to your interpretation no matter what language used to persuade or deter you away fromLike him or not he s added something to consider and whether you give him credit is entirely The Alien Jigsaw run by your gut head and cold heart ha

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SAVING FAITH deals with a subject that Deepak feels especially passionate about the role of spirituality in today's world While providing an insightful critiue of atheismChopra offe. I m pretty sure when I say the name Deepak Chopra Mr Chopra needs no introduction However just in case you haven t heard of Deepak Chopraallow me to make the introductionDeepak Chopra is one of the most famous global leadershe has transformed the world with his medicine and teachings for wellness of the mind body and spirit He is known as a prolific author of 80 eighty books and 22 twenty two of those books are New York Times best sellers in both fiction and non fiction And last but not least his literary works has been published in than 43 forty three languages As a Buddhist one of my most favorite literary genres is Spirituality and with that said I could not wait to get my hands of this book However I have to admit I read this book twice before writing this book review Why I had to read this book twice because the book was so thought provoking it made it difficult for me to take notes I actually got swept away in some of the messages in this book and not too many books can do that for meNow with a title like The Future of God many of you might be wondering what a Buddhist would find so interesting about this bookWellPlenty I would like to think that this book is not literally about the future of any one particular God I think this book is about the future of Religion Faith and our existence as human beings in this modern world with an outdated view point of the meaning of Religion and FaithHowever there is no doubt when it comes to Deepak Chopra and his disapproval of militant atheists which God we are focusing on in this booka God that is offered to us as God 20 This book is definitely a spiritual journeyAnd it is definitely a journey you would not forget The book instead of being divided into Chaptersis divided into stages Stage one two and three to be exactStage One representing Unbelief Stage Two representing Faith and Stage Three representing Knowledge With that said there are some of you who will read this book and fall absolutely in love with every single word And there are some of us that won t Some of you may view the refuting of the atheist s point of view welllike telling a child that Santa Claus The Easter Bunny and The Tooth Fairy does not existan unnecessary debate Others might feel that the debate was necessary to get the point across about Godand the future of God Whether you agree or disagree there are some truthsI believe we should be allowed to have and others to discover on our own I believe spiritually is the translation of the language of our own individual life philosophy and there is no right or wrong philosophywhether its religion or sciencewe are all seeking the same thingthe path to our own individual happinessWith that said I end this book review by sayingnot everyone is going to fall in love with every single word in this book And that s okay it s a matter of personal opinion However I feel Stage Two And Stage Three makes this book a must readand a must have This book definitely gives you something to think about not only about the views of the atheist mindset but our views on atheismAt times I felt that the information that was suppose to serves as stepping stone to the realization of Godfelt like I was throwing stones at the non believers Faith must be saved for everyone s sakeFrom faith springs a passion for the eternal which is even stronger than love Deepak ChopraI always say what you get out of spirituality is what you invest in it and just like this book I believe what you are seeking you shall find Dictionary Of Dreams role of spirituality in today's world While providing an insightful critiue of atheismChopra offe. I m pretty sure when I say the name Deepak Chopra Mr Chopra needs no introduction However just in case you haven t heard of Deepak Chopraallow me to make the introductionDeepak Chopra is one of the most famous global leadershe has transformed the world with his medicine and teachings for wellness of the mind body and spirit He is known as a prolific author of 80 eighty books and 22 twenty two of those books are New York Times best sellers in both fiction and non fiction And last but not least his literary works has been published in than 43 forty three languages As a Buddhist one of my most favorite literary genres is Spirituality and with that said I could not wait to get my hands of this book However I have to admit I The Love of a Latino read this book twice before writing this book Other Days, Other Eyes review Why I had to Deception Island read this book twice because the book was so thought provoking it made it difficult for me to take notes I actually got swept away in some of the messages in this book and not too many books can do that for meNow with a title like The Future of God many of you might be wondering what a Buddhist would find so interesting about this bookWellPlenty I would like to think that this book is not literally about the future of any one particular God I think this book is about the future of Religion Faith and our existence as human beings in this modern world with an outdated view point of the meaning of Religion and FaithHowever there is no doubt when it comes to Deepak Chopra and his disapproval of militant atheists which God we are focusing on in this booka God that is offered to us as God 20 This book is definitely a spiritual journeyAnd it is definitely a journey you would not forget The book instead of being divided into Chaptersis divided into stages Stage one two and three to be exactStage One The Family representing Unbelief Stage Two The First Partition of Poland representing Faith and Stage Three The Hero of Varay representing Knowledge With that said there are some of you who will Palestrina and Other Plays read this book and fall absolutely in love with every single word And there are some of us that won t Some of you may view the Blackmailed By Daddy refuting of the atheist s point of view welllike telling a child that Santa Claus The Easter Bunny and The Tooth Fairy does not existan unnecessary debate Others might feel that the debate was necessary to get the point across about Godand the future of God Whether you agree or disagree there are some truthsI believe we should be allowed to have and others to discover on our own I believe spiritually is the translation of the language of our own individual life philosophy and there is no उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] right or wrong philosophywhether its Cock Tales religion or sciencewe are all seeking the same thingthe path to our own individual happinessWith that said I end this book Son of the Hero review by sayingnot everyone is going to fall in love with every single word in this book And that s okay it s a matter of personal opinion However I feel Stage Two And Stage Three makes this book a must The Alien Jigsaw readand a must have This book definitely gives you something to think about not only about the views of the atheist mindset but our views on atheismAt times I felt that the information that was suppose to serves as stepping stone to the Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning realization of Godfelt like I was throwing stones at the non believers Faith must be saved for everyone s sakeFrom faith springs a passion for the eternal which is even stronger than love Deepak ChopraI always say what you get out of spirituality is what you invest in it and just like this book I believe what you are seeking you shall find

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • The Future of God
  • Deepak Chopra
  • English
  • 13 August 2019
  • 9781846044151

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