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Deepak Chopra: Music & Art on a Path to World Peace

What role do art, music, and creativity play in creating a peaceful, sustainable globe? To consider that question, we might first examine the crucial role artists and creators have in our communities and in our own lives. In this address to the members of the World Peace Orchestra, Deepak Chopra discusses the role of music […]

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7 Telltale Signs You’re A Hardcore Greenie

Going green is a great way to show your love for the environment and to promote a sustainable lifestyle that really helps the planet. It’s also incredibly addictive, so after the first few steps you might find yourself engaged in an increasing number of green activities. You know you’ve become a seriously hardcore greenie if… […]

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3 Way To Make The World A Better Place

By Jay Forte At last count, there are just over 7 billion people on the planet. Even with that extreme number, no two of us are exactly alike in abilities, interests, strengths, talents or passions. Our differences are intentional – they enable each of us to invent lives that fit us – to find our […]

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10 Moving Photos of the Black Rhino, Now Extinct in Western Africa

Rhinos are some of the most strange and beautiful creatures to inhabit this planet of ours. With its sturdy, two-humped body, a head like a hippo, and horns that conjure tales of unicorns, the rhinoceros is an animal who should inspire awe and respect. Why, then, does it consistently make the “critically endangered” list on […]

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Tornadoes, Bombings, and Kidnappings – How Tragedies Activate Our Higher Selves (Part 2)

Click here for part 1. Author Seth Godin shares that, in today’s world, big change doesn’t happen top-down – by governments or companies deciding what to do. Big or epic change happens from the ground up. It happens as thousands of people decide how they want something to be and then go do it. We […]

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Tornadoes, Bombings, and Kidnappings – Making Sense Out of Tragedies (Part 1)

In what seems to be a period of an unprecedented amount of tragedies, we ask what is happening with our planet and with the people in our world? Tornadoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, and super storms; bombings, kidnapping, civil wars, battles over land and beliefs, and centuries’ old sectarian violence is all we hear about. Today’s news […]

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Why World Peace Is Not Possible and That’s Okay

By Vanessa Gobes I love writing about my spiritual awakening. And I love reading about other people’s spiritual awakenings. What tickles me most about it all, is how we all seem to feel as if we’ve just discovered uncharted insight or invented a revolutionary technique that can help not only us, but anyone who is […]

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Deepak Chopra: Is God a Mathematician?

In an ongoing series of philosophical, scientific discussions, Deepak Chopra sits down with Menas Kafatos, a physicist and Chapman University professor, to discuss the fine tuning of the universe. With such precision and organized chaos, it would seem any creator would have had an aptitude for math. Constants in science, such as the speed of […]

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Vast

Mission: Breakthrough. The intriguing name of the six week yoga challenge at the studio I teach at In Fort Worth, Texas. Each week being a different spiritual theme, this upcoming week is a focus on life itself. Broad? Yes. Scary? Possibly. Freeing? Most definitely. As I think about what message I want to spread to […]

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Are we alone in the Universe?

In today’s episode of The Rabbit Hole, a new mind-expanding series on The Chopra Well, Deepak Chopra addresses this question and leaves us with some interesting food for thought. The potential for other lives forms outside planet Earth has captivated people for centuries. What’s really out there? Aliens? Parallel universes? Nothing at all? With billions […]

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