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THQ announced today it has obtained the exclusive rights to make video games
based on the teachings of spirituality expert and alternative medicine proponent Dr. Deepak Chopra
, Gamasutra reports
“We look forward to translating Dr. Chopra’s teachings and practices into a video game that provides gamers with a truly unique and rewarding experience,” said Martin Good, Executive Vice President, THQ Kids, Family, Casual Games, and Global Online Services.
Chopra worked as a doctor and professor before studying traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine
under the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
in the ’80s. A prolific self help and new age author and public speaker, Chopra has drawn criticism
for his support of alternative medicine and his conflation of scientific evidence with faith healing practices.
New Age guru Deepak Chopra thinks he’s got Jesus all figured out.
Deepak Chopra’s ‘Ananda’ center to adjoin hotel in Westminster Promenade Deepak Chopra, the best-selling author and speaker on wellness and spirituality, plans to open a spa that would anchor a new seven-story, $40 million condo and retail development next to the Westin Westminster Hotel & Conference Center. The 17,000-square-foot Rocky Mountain Chopra Center & Spa will be on the second floor of the Ananda, Inspired Living center to be developed by Tim O’Byrne, president and CEO of the Westminster Promenade Development Co. Ananda is defined as “bliss” in Sanskrit. Another O’Byrne company owns the 14-story, 369-room hotel, which will be
Deepak Chopra is on a mission to bring tranquillity to the world, one person at a time. “There is a part of me that has a romantic notion to disappear,” says Deepak Chopra. He could step hard on the gas in his BMW and just keep going, going. Yes, Chopra admits, sometimes even he longs to escape the responsibilities that come with being a best-selling author, New Age high priest and the human bridge spanning ancient Indian healing and high-tech Western medicine. “I consider myself somebody who offers the tools for inspiration,” the 58-year-old lapsed endocrinologist adds. “I’m just kind
NEW YORK – It’s an incongruous image: Deepak Chopra, leader of a spiritual movement that has introduced millions of Americans to the benefits of positive thinking, waving a cell phone in the air as he lists its capacities for destruction. “I could be sitting anywhere in the world and move a few electrons from here, and I’ll interfere with the power grid for the entire state of New York,” he said. “Or I’ll interfere with air traffic signals so no plane can land at JFK. What is military power going to do then?” Chopra hasn’t snapped. He’s explaining what he
It’s an incongruous image: Deepak Chopra, leader of a spiritual movement that has introduced millions of Americans to the benefits of positive thinking, waving a cellphone in the air as he lists its capacities for destruction. “I could be sitting anywhere in the world and move a few electrons from here, and I’ll interfere with the power grid for the entire state of New York,” he says. “Or I’ll interfere with air traffic signals so no plane can land at JFK. What is military power going to do then?” Chopra hasn’t snapped. He’s explaining what he sees as the ineffectiveness
BANGALORE: “Who am I? What do I want? What is my purpose? – If you can answer these, you are on the road to freedom,” motivational guru Deepak Chopra told a packed audience at the Ambedkar Bhavan on Saturday. The audience, which included corporates, executives and students, began this journey through a spiritual landscape with Chopra’s three-hour session. He was speaking on ‘Synchronicity and the power of coincidence’ as part of the Indiatimes Wellness Forum organised by Indiatimes Mindscape. Chopra spoke about synchronicity with a focus on spontaneous fulfilment of desire. He said reality was not a fixed entity but
On his book tours, best-selling author and spiritual icon Deepak Chopra usually draws throngs of fans. But his most recent book tour through New York City drew just a few dozen readers to each store. He’s not worried, though. Chopra is passionate about bringing his philosophy and spiritual ideas to a new audience. “Fire in the Heart: A Spiritual Guide for Teens” (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, $14.95), released earlier this month, targets children 12 and older. “When I give my lectures and workshops, I see more and more kids coming up and asking me questions,” said Chopra.
What makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise? Deepak Chopra thinks he knows, and he’s sold 20 million books to prove it. David Jenkins meets the good doctor at his Chopra Centre for Well Being in California. It’s heading for 90 degrees in Carlsbad, southern California, and the sun is slanting into Deepak Chopra’s cluttered office at the swish La Costa Resort and Spa. There are manuscripts on the desk, golf bags in a corner, a bust of Socrates on the shelf and, he tells me, his accent still markedly subcontinental despite 30 years in America, “a map of Merlin
Why aren’t you succeeding? Deepak Chopra says he knows. You’re trying too hard. Because you’re trying at all. Stop controlling and trying to think everything through. Just flow. The universe is already on your side. Deepak Chopra Research resources on Deepak Chopra’s teachings “People need survival, creativity, achievement, and we’re hardwired for that kind of experience,” says Chopra, the best-selling author and speaker. “Spiritual traditions call it a state of grace, or that God is looking out for them. Others call it good luck. “But it means to align yourself with what the universe is doing, to tap into the