Deepak Chopra, MD
If change is elusive for most people, real transformation seems far out of reach. But there have been new findings, ranging from neuroscience to genetics, to support the once-mystical notion that inner transformation is real. I set out to address these findings and pursue their implications in depth — hence the need for a whole book, Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul. Read more at: Huffington Post
For most people, the greatest good they could do for themselves is to change their energy. Your emotions give off energy that can be positive or negative. It’s a common experience to walk into a room and feel tension in the air, as opposed to a room where the atmosphere is cheerful and relaxed. We tend to assume that energy is physical, but two people can eat the same lunch and wind up with totally different energy. One person may be depressed, unhappy, and stuck in her ways, while the other is alert, vibrant, and creative. Read at Oprah.com
The best thing that could come out of the debate on health care reform won’t be the passage of a bill in Congress. It will be a shift in personal attitudes. Health care happens one person at a time. So let me speak personally to you. If you want the best possible health for yourself, the most important thing you can do today is talk to your genes. Read more: Larry King Blog
Why does bad news make us sad? Why does getting a raise make us want to celebrate? Not many people have thought about these questions. They seem too simple, yet in a way they are deeply mysterious. Read more at Oprah.com
Ellen chats with Deepak on Body and Soul - Reinventing the Body Resurrecting the Soul, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Become a part of your own healing process with this first-of-its-kind visualization and meditation DVD. Led by world-renowned wellness doctor Deepak Chopra, neurologist Dr. David Simon, and psychologist Dr. Stephanie Simonton,
We’ve all been conditioned to look upon time as our enemy. This belief is wrong, but it’s so deeply ingrained that if affects even the most gifted people….read at Oprah.com
Some spiritual thinking suggests that patterns of (unwanted) events keep reoccurring in our lives, until we understand the lesson it is trying to teach (and change the pattern). I can understand how this may be applied
Dear Readers and Friends,
In our quest to grow and evolve, we all run into obstacles. We meet resistance. Change proves stubborn and at times impossible. Anything that I can do to overcome these obstacles is a contribution I never wish to pass up.