Deepak Chopra and Intent

Deepak Chopra and Intent


Creating the Future (by Deepak Chopra)

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Question:
Assuming past, present, and future are nonlinear and one ‘knows’ something
yet to be, are they creating this something they ‘know’ within the gap of
consciousness?


Answer:
It could be that they are creating the future event from the gap, but one can also see the potentiality of a future event in the quantum domain without creating it.. Because it is a field of pure potentiality if one has an intention or slight bias in that state, there is the possibility of creating or coloring the future event that one is supposedly “knowing”. We have to bear in mind when we hear predictions about the future that the person foretelling an event may be describing a thought form or desire from their psyche that they consciously or subconsciously wish to happen, or fears will happen. In the quantum realm, the perceiver changes the object of perception just by seeing it from a certain viewpoint. The distinction between knowing something and creating something at the level of the gap comes down to a subtle distinction of whether there is any intention colored by hope or fear is introduced in the quantum domain or not. If the knower is established in the virtual realm and perceiving from a completely unqualified consciousness, then whatever is seen is objectively true and real and can be relied upon.
Love,
Deepak



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Mukesh Mehta

posted March 3, 2008 at 6:18 pm


Deepak,
We are talking about future without understading the present. What we have done is dwell on the past and accepted it not knowing that every thing evolves. We seized and forgot to understand that Human perhaps known or understood from outside appearence ultimately cannot be known from whithin. We never understood that anything we say is not absolute.
The major issue that we have never accepted is the Present. We are and have spent all our energy in the talk of past and now of future. We need to understand that Future is because of Present.
Error, Intent and Expectations are a major part of a Human Body anything and everything a Human does, has a motive behind it. It is up to that individual to make it right and hence for others which each and every Human is enpowered with.
We have seized to accept ourselves which infect has created the situation that we find ourselves in today. Acceptance is the key to Consideration henceforth Humanity.
We need to separate the spirituality and the faith with our own responsibility as Humans. We need to understand that Faith and spirituality is comfort and inspiration but it is not going to solve or minimise the problem of Human.
We need to understand our selves to understand the World. It starts with our ownself. Instead of trying to understand something about soul and becoming a dependent human that we are lets take ourselves into our own hands by understand ourselves through a dialogue of each others life experiences.
LET US ALL BE THE HUMAN THAT WE WERE CREATED FOR. LET US TRY TO UNDERSTAND OUR BIRTH THROUGH A MAN AND A WOMAN.
h



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proflaura

posted March 3, 2008 at 6:30 pm


Dear Deepak,
i wonder if you’d share the secret to your recent amazing weightloss.
i hope it was deliberate choice and not the result of illness. but you
are clearly changed. is this something where you’ve taken the “quantum leap” and truly linked mind and body?
blessings, proflaura



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Char

posted March 4, 2008 at 3:23 pm


Thank you Deepak for explaining that, as I have been wondering for some time how can one tell if something was created by intention or if it was just the way it should be and no one interfered.
Love, Char



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jesusbelief

posted March 7, 2008 at 10:02 am


dear deepak,
r u trying to eke out info on human sin.u must discuss so then u r misled,adam lived thousand years but more than that he again was born as ramakrishna mission have u recognised him yet,recognise and then realise where his work were contrary to christ or what,but dont enter
saddam hussian zone…laugh…,
after 18th chapter on tyaga or renunciation came the great mahabharata war,and u hear “tyagena amrutatvaya” “u get nectar by reliquishment and renunciation”
the great muralidhara swamigal would say solomon is grahasta and jesus christ is a sanyasi (maharaaj of renunciation) and ……
three jesuses,
jesus 1 samson can also be jesus 2.
jesus 2 solomon can also be jesus 1.
jesus 3 jesus christ somehow u have known the three jesuses as it is.
lot to share,
JB.
and in ur blog “third jesus” i have explained other things already.



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jesusbelief

posted March 7, 2008 at 10:09 am


and talking more straight,
meditate on 22nd chapter revelation towards the future in present work.
“some lines,daily meditate,pure river of water of life flowed from the throne of the lord and the lamb and either side of the river of water of life is “tree of life” which gave forth its fruits every month and whose leaves are for the healing of the nations.
mark the word “revelation speaks about global healing and how to get therir here”
or get initiated in gayatri and spend time meditating on gayatri mantra.
JB.



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