"There is a domain of consciousness where everything is inseparably one," said Deepak Chopra, M.D., a leader in the field of mind body medicine. 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:
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 symposium in Puerto Rico in December to "dream together a new reality."
Prolific author Deepak Chopra, has gathered a large following based around his concepts on the mind-body connection and Ayurvedic (ancient Indian) healing. One topic he has repeatedly addressed in books such as Grow Younger, Live Longer, is that of aging. Chopra believes much of the aging process can actually be reversed or forestalled. Perception plays a large role, and he suggests that by living in the moment you can get in touch with the part of yourself that is timeless. Whether through meditation or just being fully present "when you metabolize the experience of eternity your body doesn't age," he said in an interview with Veronica Hay. Among Chopra's other tips for staying young are:
Appearing in the first half-hour of Wednesday's show, researcher Ryan Wood discussed the upcoming UFO Crash Retrieval Conference, where George will be broadcasting live from on Friday night. Wood noted that Budd Hopkins' investigation of a 1963 incident that occurred north of Albuquerque was particularly significant. Witness testimony included a description of driving alien bodies from the crash site he said.
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