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  • "When you want to change your life in any way, one truth always comes first: You can only change what you are aware of. The choice is simple: expand your awareness or live without real change." (Deepak Chopra)

    The surest path to self-development is through our vital connection to the world around us. That’s the lesson in Deepak Chopra’s essential new podcast, Mind Body Zone. Over 12 episodes, Chopra, the preeminent thought leader in this space, holds intimate conversations with a range of extraordinary guests to explore the challenges we each face, and reveal how they've worked to transcend the ordinary and redefine their lives through harnessing a mind-body connection.

    Among Deepak’s dynamic guests: activist and advocate X González, yoga teacher and body positivity advocate Jessamyn Stanley, anti-racism educator Layla Saad, multidisciplinary artist Jon Batiste, U.S. poet laureate Joy Harjo; media pioneer Oprah Winfrey, and many more. Each conversation concludes with a bespoke meditation, led by Chopra, designed to help listeners further absorb and put into practice newly explored ideas and themes.

    Join Deepak Chopra and discover how together we can each become whole.

    ©2021 Deepak Chopra (P)2021 Audible Originals, LLC
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  • WJ Awesome
  • 26-08-2021

too short

It was free, so I shouldn't complain, but it was too short. I will gladly pay for a good book

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  • B Melnick
  • 04-11-2021

important helpful discussions marred only by background music which sometimes overpowers the speakers

You know that music that comes up during s heartfelt speach at awards shows? At first its distracting then downright annoying. That has been my experience in listening to a few of these Outside The Box podcasts. I wish the producers trusted the content more and dod not feel so compelled to “produce” the conversations.

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  • Thomas L. Weiss
  • 30-12-2021

Deepak’s never fails to light the way for me.

I seek inspiration and guidance from as many sources as possible, but Deepak is consistently the most reliably authentic.

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  • Lori
  • 06-10-2021

Ok but full of Radical Political insinuations.

If you ever want to be guilted for being christian or believing in any notion of Truth then this is podcast is for you… The basic philosophy of Chopra is great, but he’s so radically progressive that he can’t even offer help without promoting radicalism… what I learned in the first 2 podcast:

first the good—finding your true self is acheivable through meditation, love and compassion can save the world, there is a universal source out there amd we should strive towards that

The Bad: Christianity is not ideal because it makes you feel guilty for things, Money is the most important thing in life (We know Deepak, you’ve done very well for yoursef), and Truth is a relative, whatever you want to think is true is True.

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  • Esana
  • 28-09-2021

A joke and scam of a man

He is the epitome of a snake oil salesman. The only thing he says is worthless or more often less than worthless.

Unless you like word salad.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-09-2021

Love this podcast!

Uplifting, informative gives you good information that gets you rhing about the topics discussed.

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  • Wellth Collective
  • 23-09-2021

Empowering and enlightening.

This podcast is exactly what I (and we as a society) need. A shared message of good. Thank you, Deepak.

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  • Teco Carvalho
  • 10-09-2021

Fascinating proposition!

I’ve been following Dr. Chopra’s work for some time now and I have no regret doing this. Thank you.

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  • Jerry Kelly
  • 05-09-2021

I'm excited to start the journey

I'm excited to start this journey of self awareness and my connection to the universe.

Jerry Kelly Tempe ,Az USA

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