Love and laughter take centre stage as Kenny Loggins and his wife Julia join Deepak Chopra to discuss the healing power of intimate relationships. This is a fast-paced and lively conversation, where no question is too personal and no subject is off limits. As Kenny and Julia share their story, you'll discover how love has not only healed and expanded their lives but also their consciousness.
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WAYNE DYER Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, affectionately called the "father of motivation" by his fans, is one of the most widely known and respected people in the field of self-empowerment. He became a well-known author with his bestselling book, Your Erroneous Zones, and has gone on to write many other self-help classics. Despite his childhood spent in orphanages and foster homes, Dr. Dyer, who has a doctorate in counseling psychotherapy, has overcome many obstacles to make his dreams come true. Today he spends much of his time showing others how to do the same. When he's not traveling the globe delivering his uplifting message, Wayne is writing from his home in Maui, Hawaii. DEEPAK CHOPRA Deepak Chopra has written more than twenty-five books, which have been translated into thirty-five languages. He is also the author of more than one hundred audio- and videotape series, including five critically acclaimed programs on public television. In 1999 Time magazine selected Dr. Chopra as one of the Top 100 Icons and Heroes of the Century, describing him as "the poet-prophet of alternative medicine." Dr. Chopra currently serves as CEO and founder of The Chopra Center for Well Being in La Jolla, California.From AudioFile:
With his health counselor wife, celebrated singer Kenny Loggins speaks about the healing power of love. After a typically sage introduction by Chopra, the guests describe how falling and being in love helped them discover themselves and get in touch with their inner guidance systems. The spontaneity of this format can add life to such lectures, but in this case it creates a rambling talk without a substantial enough message to hold it together. Chopra, frequently interjecting and clarifying, attempts to add coherence, but the speakers are too idiosyncratic and out of sync with each other to inspire respect for their message. T.W. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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