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Things I Carry: A Dream Weaver and More

Since I travel around the world, I always carry these devices: Mybasis, Dream Weaver, and my iPhone and iPad in my toolkit.

Dreamweaver - Deepak Chopra

I've recently become an advisor for Basis, a biosensor device and online personal dashboard that I use to track exercise, sleep and heart rate during meditation and when I'm active – bio regulation is an obsession of mine. I wear the device called mybasis on my wrist to continuously collect information about my body including my heart rate, skin temperature, perspiration and movement.


I can monitor and improve my healthy habits in activity and rest with the personal dashboard to maintain a joyful energetic body and restful alert mind. These small changes can make a big difference.


Working with Harvard neuroscientist Dr. Rudy Tanzi, we have created a light and sound mind machine called the Dream Weaver which safely and automatically puts the user into a meditative, relaxed, dream, sleep, creative or altered state of consciousness. The device is controlled by digital programs I have designed and narrated with music. When the program ends you are back to 'normal' except with a smile, a sweet memory and you are more relaxed. Rudy, I and many of our friends (some daily meditators and others who never have meditated) now use the device regularly.


I use my iPad and iPad to write and connect with social media networks, and record my travels with pictures. Both devices keep me connected to my family, office and friends, which is important to me. For instance if I am on a writing deadline, I can easily send my publisher notes and edits. Better yet, my 10 year-old granddaughter wanted to share an essay that she had written while I was recently in the Middle East. My iphone provided me the ability to read it and let her know how much I enjoyed her sharing with me. A few months ago we launched the free app Chopra Connect, which provides unprecedented access on one platform for all of my news; tweets; feeds from my websites, Chopra Center,, and YouTube/ChopraWell videos, the upcoming Sages and Scientists Symposium 2013; and my public lecture schedule. Twenty years ago this was not possible. I love the way technology provides a platform for connectivity.

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Dear Mr Chopra I am 54 and so excited about this new device. I live in south africa and yes would have loved to own The Dream Weaver. I would just like to say thank you for all the free meditation which I have enjoyed and congrats on the Dream Weaver. God Bless . Kind Regards Suraya
Suraya - February 12, 2014 é demais.
Rosaly Malucelli - May 17, 2013
Ronan Skelly variety is the spice in life. I do not see a correlation between putting chemicals into your physical body and using something which stimulates relaxation of the body and food for the spirit. I have a friend who owns one of the dream weavers and she loves it. She says it helps her meditate more deeply. That\'s the point right? Kudos to Deepak for his pioneering and experimental spirit! He certainly coached me to a new level of living.
Bradley Fitzgerald - May 15, 2013
This `gadget` is the high-tech of mind-programming. The aim of this ugly manipulation with person`s consciousness is to control him/her as a slave. Actually, most of celebs are mind-controlled slaves. You can read about mind programming in the book `The Deeper Insight into the Illuminati Formula` by Fritz Springmeier.\nAny form of mind control goes against the purpose for which human beings were created. And this purpose is: to serve God, the Creator ( not Lucifer), to grow spiritually, and to take care of the creation as the vice-regents of God.
Love_Wonder_Joy - May 14, 2013
i think i\'m supposed to have a band-aid
Leslie Grace Swiednicki - May 12, 2013
Que Bien !!
Nina Marin - May 11, 2013
hello pebble beach ♥
Alicia Dane - May 11, 2013
An educator, not disabled, not a sheep. Dee is talking about utilizing technology as a tool and a means for gathering data, or exploration, not a replacement for a practice, such as meditation. The work he does offers others to consider that of self discovery not blind faith. He is a pioneer in the field of natural holistic living, which has as its cornerstone: self-reliance. Wait until you are 103 and some techno-geek offers you a free gadget so use whilst you sleep, you set it on your forehead, slumber and then it records, all your dreams, so you can watch them over coffee in the morning with your great-great grandkids....wouldn\'t you be telling all your friends about it? I sure would, Ronan, neeheehee ♥
Alicia Dane - May 11, 2013