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The Daughters Of Joy

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The Daughters Of Joy by Deepak Chopra
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Struggling writer Jess Conover needs a job. Something infinite and unnamable seems to know this, because one Sunday morning as he is scanning the classifieds, he sees the cryptic message that changes his life- Love has found you. Tell no one, just come. When he meets lovely, willowy Elena on a cold November night in Boston, he is swept into an age-old mystery instead. At first he thinks that it is Elena herself who makes him feel as if his whole reality is about to be transformed. Then Jess discovers that this woman, who talks so knowingly about love, is the leader of a 'mystery school' going back many centuries. Jess is compelled to enter 'the second world' of this mystery school a place nurtured and preserved by a handful of women who can guide him on this remarkable adventure of the heart.

Author Biography

Acknowledged as one of the world's greatest leaders in the field of mind/body medicine, Dr Deepak Chopra trained as an endocrinologist in India and the United States, and now runs the Chopra Center for Well Being in California. He has written over 50 books, which have been translated into 35 languages. He lectures and conducts seminars and workshops around the world, is a regular guest on e.g. CNN, and is a regular blogger on huffingtonpost.com, belief.net, Yahoo Answers, Yahoo Health and Intent Blog. Visit his website at www.deepakchopra.com
Release date NZ
May 1st, 2004
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Hay House Inc
Pages
240
Dimensions
153x230x20
ISBN-13
9781877087011
Product ID
1672601

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