Deepak Chopra and Intent

Deepak Chopra and Intent


All Relationships Are a Mirror

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Marie Miller

posted June 1, 2010 at 10:38 am


Is it possible to get a written version of “All Relationships Are A Mirror”?
While it feels nice and personal seeing Deepak, I am not very enthusiastic about video blogs.
I find I don’t watch them because I have the instant reaction that my time will be held captive and I make a quick gut choice of “I don’t have time for this” as I am dancing around my blogs.
A written blog entry, I can quickly scan and decide what to gleen. I probably usually get drawn in and spend the same amount of time in the end but with video blogs I typically opt not to view because there is no way to glance like written words.
When I do watch them, I wish I had a written version which I could return to easily again and again, so I could study and contemplate what he has said.
Perhaps Deepak can attach written words to video blogs so people have the option?
The ending of this video blog was amazing and I wish I had it in written form so I could explore and internalize more what this really means for me.
Marie



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Jen

posted June 1, 2010 at 12:07 pm


What Marie said x 10.



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Debbie

posted June 3, 2010 at 11:45 am


i agree…i’ve been rewinding this blog and trying to type out what he’s said. the ending is profound and i want to keep a copy at hand. thank you to whoever reads this and can make it happen.



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ela

posted July 2, 2010 at 3:55 pm


Isn’t it possible to dislike traits in someone, but traits you don’t share?
Surely everyone who behaves in a way you dislike isn’t just showing you repressed parts of yourself… What I believe is if the dislike is very intense and consuming.. then that is the case, but if you merely dislike qualities which would generally be agreed by most people to be negative, then I see no reason to wreck my head analysing how deep down I am really just like them. I say this because this concept has caused me to wreck my head figuring it out in the past!!



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