"How do we change the world? Should we want to? It seems that the biggest spiritual lesson is to accept things as they are, to see the perfection in all things and people and situations and let life unfold as it will. I mean we only want to change what we see as not perfect, yet life is perfect, so if we aren’t seeing it that way that’s on us right? I’m not saying life couldn’t be better without all the corruption, war, and suffering… But that stuff is all necessary right? The most powerful experiences in the whole universe seem to come only from the greatest pain. We wouldn’t have forgiveness or redemption without sin, we would not have the grandeur of remembering without forgetting… No wholeness without separateness? How do we change the world?"
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Science needs an upgrade. Current science hides the truth and is an incomplete model for understanding reality.

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I look forward to my holographic presentation on Inflammation and Cancer at the upcoming World Congress of Robotic Surgery at Mount Sinai, New York.

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he Song of Our Scars - A Conversation with Haider Warraich and Deepak Chopra.

Haider Warraich is a physician, author and researcher at the VA Boston Healthcare System and Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School.
He has published more than 140 papers including original research in the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of the American Medical Association. He frequently writes for the New York Times and Washington Post, and is the author of the books Modern Death, State of the Heart and the just published The Song of Our Scars – The Untold Story of Pain

How to activate the healing response in the body-mind system.

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Truth is beauty. It is also love . Satyam Shivam Sundaram . ...

"Hello Deepak! I have been meditating for 6 months,3-5 times a week for 30 minutes a day. From the start, it has been very easy for me to meditate and my mind goes quite fast. But as soon as I start my breathing meditation, my breathing slows down or stops, my head moves by itself, sideways, backwards and sometimes my head moves really fast. It doesn’t bother me and I am able to continue meditating. A few months ago I started asking myself questions, let’s say asking for an advice and my head would nod a YES or a NO by itself. Now my question is, who is answering me and who is moving my head? Is it me? my higher self? Please help me to understand. Thank you very much."
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Rising in Love is Natural when there is Self Realization

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"Lately, I have been feeling disconnected from myself, like there is two of me & I am seeing myself from the outside. Psychology calls it depersonalization. I have been seeing a psychoanalyst for well over a year. The main thread of my therapy deals with my identity as a transgender person. I am a 34 yr old, born female, always felt male. And so, over the past year, I have transitioned into a more fulfilled person. Most of my work right now revolves around the inside stuff. Older psychotherapy work on myself revealed OCD as a way of coping.

One weekend while spending time alone, I was busying myself in my familiar yet old patterns of checking and rechecking, throwing away, organizing and filing old paperwork. It just happened… A light bulb went off, and I caught myself in the act. All of a sudden, I was outside of my body looking at myself in my home. I heard a little voice say, ” this is who you are”. And, feeling completely exhausted from all of the undue stress that I was putting on myself, I felt sad. I was finished with these rituals that no longer served me. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and am completely lost. I do not know who I am nor where I am. I feel a rush of panic until I remember I am me. In my waking life, I will experience the same disconnect. I will sense my body as a floating entity and somehow I am split into two or even three pieces. Me the body. Me the observer. Me the memories. And then I cannot help but think that this may be a lot like death. And maybe I shouldn’t be afraid of this scattered energy, and like you teach, perhaps it is my ego (me the memories) that wants to hold on so tightly. But am I dying, Deepak? Do I have to die? I am frightened to let go of my identity and all that has kept me grounded for so long. Or is this part of the life process? All I want to do is regain a feeling of being grounded in my body again…regain a sense of ownership. Be alive in body. And more so, what is our identity? Is it just a collection of memories? And if the brain dies when our body dies, then so do the memories…and our identity?"
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