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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling author Rabbi Shmuley Boteach joins Deepak Chopra to explore the differences between genders and the solutions for ailing relationships. Using stories, jokes, and Biblical examples, Boteach describes relationships and spiritual energies from the Jewish perspective. Chopra explains that we are closest to true spirituality and our own potential as human beings when we are in a state of passion.
©2001 Deepak Chopra and Shmuley Boteach (P)2001 Hay House, Inc.

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"[Chopra is] the poet-prophet of alternative medicine." (Time)

What listeners say about Integrating the Masculine and Feminine in the Spiritual Traditions of Judaism and Vedanta

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  • Brandy
  • 18-11-21

not what I expected

the speakers were good, but they didn't give me anything. I already knew everything they said. it was humorous at best

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  • susan
  • 17-02-11

Chopra is great

Rabbi Shmuley is a little sexist, but Chopra is great, worth it just to hear Deepak.

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