Grow Younger, Live Longer
- 10 Steps to Reverse Aging
- Narrated by: Deepak Chopra
- Length: 5 hrs
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-04-01
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House AudioBooks
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By Natasha on 03-15-05
too long and boring
please please do not make the mistake of buying this audio book if you are in 20,s,30,or 40,s.. mr chopra repeats at least 100 times.."my biostat is set at a healthy 49 years of age".also it,s too long with unnessary words and the author sounds so bored while narrating that the listener gets irritated instead of motivated..i normally love deepak chopra,s books but this audio book really dissappointed me.it,s mostly repetition of his other books and ok if you like slow sleepy narratives.
26 of 29 people found this review helpful
By Brainy Gal on 06-28-12
Would you listen to Grow Younger, Live Longer again? Why?
YES! This audiobook had so much information that I had to keep rewinding to hear it again! Even though I've heard much of the wisdom and education in this book, hearing Deepak Chopra deliver the message had a type of "hypnotic" effect on me. After listening to this book, I found myself eating less (which I could not seem to do with any other method), and I have begun truly feeling younger. It is so odd, but I'm following his instructions, and I feel GREAT.
What other book might you compare Grow Younger, Live Longer to and why?
Deepak Chopra reminds me in many ways of Wayne Dyer, Tony Robbins, Martha Beck, and Stuart Wilde rolled into one! ....also reminds me a bit of excerpts from "The Secret", as well as "What the Bleep Do We Know?", and Course in Miracles.
What does Deepak Chopra bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
His voice seems to have had a hypnotic effect on me. I have actually internalized the information. I feel like his instructions have become a part of me.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I love his commentary on the mind-body connection, as well as the need for a collective belief in "living forever". He says that because we (as a people) do not believe it is possible (largely), we haven't developed the belief yet that we can live forever. And he offers great insights on holding onto resentments and negative emotions.
Any additional comments?
This book is totally worth it if you're serious about living longer. I want to live to be 140+...and have people wonder what the heck I did to live that long, and look this great!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful