Acknowledged as one of the world's greatest leaders in the field of mind body medicine, Deepak Chopra, M.D. continues to transform our understanding of the meaning of health. Through his creation of The Chopra Center for Well Being in California in 1995, Chopra established a formal vehicle for the expansion of his healing approach using the integration of the best of western medicine with natural healing traditions.
Dr. Chopra serves as the Director of Education at The Chopra Center, which offers training programs in mind body medicine (Journey into Healing). The University of California, San Diego School of Medicine has granted continuing medical education credits for this program, which satisfies requirements for the American Medical Association Physician's Recognition Award. Through his partnership with David Simon, M.D. and numerous health care professionals in both conventional and complementary healing arts, Chopra's work is changing the way the world-views physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social wellness.
Caltech physicist Leonard Mlodinow and spiritual leader Deepak Chopra faced off in a passionate but respectful debate, addressing some of the most fundamental questions that have intrigued humanity for hundreds of years. First hour guests, 'Ghostbuster Gals' Ronnie Rennae Foster and Laura Lee Mistycah talked about some of the hauntings and paranormal activity they've investigated. ... More »Host: George Noory
Ian Punnett welcomed the founder of Liquid Comics, Gotham Chopra, who decoded the 7 essential laws that govern the realm of superheroes both ancient and modern, and explained how to apply these laws to our daily lives. Gotham's father Deepak Chopra joined the conversation in the final half-hour. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
World renowned author, Deepak Chopra, appeared during the middle two hours of the show to discuss his latest work, The Book of Secrets, which he said stemmed from his past 25 years of contemplation and meditation. The United States ranks 16th worldwide in happiness, he noted, behind poorer countries such as Columbia, Cuba and Nigeria. This suggests to him that there is more happiness in societies based on relationships than consumerism. By getting in touch with the hidden dimensions of our existence, we can reach greater contentment in our lives, Chopra explained. There is a "non-local domain," a field that incorporates all that is, that is the source of all fulfillment, and this can be accessed through meditation rather than sensory experience, he detailed. "As a human soul, you play an infinity of roles," and the physical being is like the print out of the soul, he continued. "Your soul is always there," as part of the "non-local" realm, just like "my voice is not inside [the m ... More »Host: George Noory
"There is a domain of consciousness where everything is inseparably one," said Deepak Chopra, M.D. (chopra.com), a leader in the field of mind body medicine, who was Wednesday's main guest. Chopra was discussing coincidences and suggested that when people have one they may have accidentally bumped into the "non-local" field where everything is connected. He outlined a number of steps for harnessing the power of these coincidences, which included: Learn to see the universe as an extension of yourself. Identify whether your internal dialogue originates from either ego or spirit. Learn to go beyond emotional turbulence. Embrace your archetypal higher energies. Chopra revealed that the profound philosopher J. Krishnamurti had been a great influence on him, and in his work he sought to reframe some of Krishnamurti's ideas to a larger audience. He invited listeners to check out the Alliance for the New Humanity, an organization he is involved with, that will be holding a s ... More »Host: George Noory