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Chopra Center Certifications offers teacher certification programs in our three core teachings of meditation, yoga, and Ayurveda. Whether you are looking to expand your horizons, deepen your knowledge, or transform your life, our teacher training programs offer the platform for you to soar. Explore...Read More
The Practice is an 80-minute DVD that leads you through the foundational teachings of the Chopra Center. Featuring instruction in the Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga, chair yoga, guided meditations by Deepak Chopra, and Five Ways to Live a Balanced Lifestyle, The Practice will help you stay inspired...Read More
The Chopra Addiction and Wellness Center is the first truly holistic addiction treatment program, combining the latest in modern Western medicine with the traditional healing arts of the East. Founded on the principles from the Freedom from Addiction program developed by Deepak Chopra, M.D. and...Read More
In yesterday's post we explored the roots of emotional pain and several practices for healing this pain. Today we will look at another body-centered approach that can help when you feel stuck in repetitive patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting. Tune into Your Body The word emotion comes from...Read More
The human mind, inherently impatient, triggers emotional reactions when our ideas about how things should be collide with how things are. We sometimes torment ourselves about choices we’ve made, words we’ve spoken, and the path not taken. Or we dwell on the future, postponing our happiness with...Read More
Question: I have taken the Chopra Center's Ayurvedic Dosha Quiz , and my scores tell me that I have a Pitta body and a Vata mind. Which lifestyle and diet do I need to follow in order to stay in balance? Answer: It’s important to keep in mind that each of us has the elements of Vata, Pitta, and...Read More
As a talented physician and author, loving father, husband, and dear friend, David shared his unique gifts with the world. Through his dedication and authenticity, he helped so many people go beyond their limited perspective of themselves and reconnect to the love, joy, and peace of their true...Read More
In Ayurveda winter is known as “Vata season” because the season is characterized by some of teh same quare marked by some of the same qualities that characterize Vata: cold, dry, light, clear, and moving. As long as these qualities are in balance, a person whose dosha is predominantly Vata will be...Read More
In a world plagued by food shortage that are reaching crisis level, carbohydrates are the easiest salvation and yet the greatest temptation to abuse. Ironically, the same is true in prosperous countries but for opposite reasons. Where food is desperately needed, vast portions of the ecosystem are...Read More

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