Monday, February 13, 2012

Review & #Giveaway - Stumbling Into Infinity by Michael Fischman


Stumbling Into Infinity is the intimate and sometimes startling account of Michael Fischman’s spiritual journey and the encounter that changed his life forever.

His story opens on a flight to India, as he reflects on the unusual chain of events that led him from a challenging childhood to his unexpected role as friend and helper to a renowned humanitarian and spiritual leader.

Michael Fischman’s fascinating and personal memoir takes us into the compassionate and mysterious world of an enlightened seer. It is a compelling narrative that blends remarkable experiences with an inner struggle and search for meaning.


To a lot of people, a spiritual journey is a very private and emotional experience. When someone allows you to peek into their life and explains what has made them who they are, it should be seen as an honor. That is how I felt while reading Stumbling Into Infinity.

Michael takes a trip to India where he meets Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, who helps him with his spiritual growth. Michael has spent a lot of time tackling what it takes to make the world a better place. It was a pleasure to read his book and I will definitely keep it in mind when talking with family and friends.


Michael Fischman is a founding member and current president of the U.S. Art of Living Foundation, a non-profit educational and humanitarian organization whose programs have impacted more than 25 million people in more than 140 countries.

A former advertising executive with Ogilvy & Mather, he is also the CEO of APEX (Achieving Personal Excellence), the corporate training division of the International Association for Human Values.

“For the past twenty years, I have dedicated my life to sharing and growing on a spiritual path that has brought fulfillment and happiness to millions of people around the world,” says Michael.
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Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book for review purposes. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.

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