Deepak Chopra and Intent

Deepak Chopra and Intent


Key Questions to Ask the Universe

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Here are some essential questions you should be asking yourself and the Universe.



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Char

posted March 6, 2008 at 2:49 pm


Thank you Deepak! This is wonderful. I have wanted this list of questions for almost 6 years, as a result of a Soul of Healing seminar that I attended in SF, where you verbally gave this list to our class. So I hope that it’s okay that I typed these questions out and put them here for anyone else who might find this list useful? I will take this blessing home with me today and ponder upon these questions, as I enjoy an extended weekend break. I think I got most of the tape, but if not, I apologize in advance. :-) Love, Char
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Deepak’s Video Notes:
What are the most important questions we can ask ourselves? Well, I usually ask the following 7 questions, as part of the soul profile.
1) How did I feel when I had a peak experience?
2) What’s my life purpose?
3) What’s the contribution that I want to make to the world?
4) Who are my hero’s in history, mythology, and religion – both male and female?
5) What are the qualities I look for in a good friend?
6) What are my unique skills and talents, and how can I use them to help other people?
7) What are the best qualities that I express in my relationships?
If you ask yourself these questions, this will give the meaning, context, and the relationship archetypal themes of your life. This is your soul profile. These are your values. When your actions are consistent with your values, you’re going to get results.



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Luli

posted July 31, 2008 at 3:08 am


To a 23 years old boy kidneys were blocked. Doctors don’t know the reason why the kidneys fail to function. For six months he is living under dialysis.
What is your advice to him he can a different before he transplant a kidney from his mother.
Regards



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Anna

posted August 20, 2011 at 9:12 pm


This is seriously laughable. I look up under google “questions to ask the universe” and I get Deepak Chopra, of course, because he has been on Oprah. But the first thing I see is “When to take Heartburn Seriously”. too funny. I want to know why, if there are so many devout Christians on the planet, are there still people who are going without the basic necessities of life and even dying? To me, people who claim to be so “Godly” are spending their own money all on themselves and ignoring that there is a need anywhere else.



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Anna

posted August 20, 2011 at 9:14 pm


Shouldn’t that be the most important question that any of us are asking ourselves? “What am I doing to make the world a better place?”



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Anna

posted August 20, 2011 at 9:50 pm


And of course there won’t be any responses to this. I imagine there are no people reading it….



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