Deepak Chopra and Intent

Deepak Chopra and Intent


Mind, Brain, Genes and Neuroplasticity, and Enlightenment

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Rudolph Tanzi and Deepak Chopra discuss brain functioning and neuroplasticity.

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Carol Green

posted April 8, 2011 at 7:29 am


I give lectures on subjects related to religion and spirituality. One is entitled Why We Believe and Why it Matters. This interview caused my brain to shift into high gear recognizing how extraordinary the concepts you are presenting are and how powerful are the potential impact on our lives. . Although the roadmap won’t be in place for many decades, the understanding that we can steer our health, our intellect, our wellbeing, our emotions, towards a sense of balance and a higher consciousness is extraordinary. We can achieve a happiness far removed from the acquisition of stuff, but deeply based in a true joy. More important, recognizing that we can be the captain of that ship is most enlightening.



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