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The Spirit of Leonardo

Written by: Michael Gelb
Length: 5 hrs and 58 mins

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Leonardo da Vinci is the supreme embodiment of human potential, according to Michael J. Gelb. In The Spirit of Leonardo, he takes listeners on a journey through the consciousness of perhaps the greatest genius who ever lived. The best-selling author of How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci focuses on how to apply the Seven da Vinci Principles to the spiritual life.

Gelb offers listeners practical strategies for gaining a deeper clarity and sense of creative responsibility, opening the door to inner perception, and liberating the unconscious, "disowned" aspects of the self to realize your highest ideals.

©2007 Michael Gelb

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  • Luis
  • 07-07-09

Same book, packaged twice.

I first downloaded Michael's book "Work Like DaVinci" which was great. I decided to download this one and when listening to it realized it's the exact same book as "Work Like DaVinci." I don't understand how Audible can package the same audiobook twice to make it appear like two different ones. Either one is good, really, the same! Download one, but not both. Wish I could get my money back.

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  • kai mcbride
  • 10-05-10


Horrible, boring, a huge disappointment!
I couldn't even listen past the first chapter.

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  • Dhyano
  • 19-05-19

Inspired insights, interesting intuitions.

So much work in understanding the life of Leonardo... Now, could you please make the tiny effort to pronounce his name properly? The E in LEonardo sounds like the first one in Entire. Beside Italians don't always make 'a gesture' when they pronounce a word. That's a dreadful cliche. However very engaging content.