Return of the Rishi: A Doctor's Story of Spiritual Transformation and Ayurvedic Healing
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1991 - 212 pages
A remarkable first-person account of a young doctor's spiritual journey. Chopra guides us from his beginnings in India, through the conventional training of a Western physician, to his discovery of the ancient traditions of India's Ayurveda and the dimension of the mind in medicine.
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RETURN OF THE RISHI: A Doctor's Story Of Spiritual Transformation And Ayurvedic HealingUser Review - Kirkus
Part memoir, part promo for Ayurvedic healing (India's ancient medical system), this is a highly readable account of an Indian's initiation into first Western-style, then Ayurvedic, medicine. Educated ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - foomy - LibraryThing
After I gave birth, I was stressed and used to eat too much. Somebody hinted at Ayurveda, so I had my mother get me some Ayurveda books from Germany way back in 1993. I don't know why it says that the ... Read full review
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