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By Deepak Chopra, MD and Menas Kafatos, PhD Home is a charged word for everyone, a source of emotion that’s intimately associated with feeling safe and loved, of belonging. When asked “Where is home?” people reply with a country or city, perhaps a specific street address. Almost no one says “My home is the universe.” But for scientists trying to explain cosmic issues, the fact that the universe is the ultimate home where human life arose poses some huge mysteries. In
Deepak Chopra talks with Alan Steinfeld about the hard questions of science and demonstrates that they can only be addressed through the understanding of consciousness. This has profound implications on who and what we have thought ourselves to be.
By Deepak Chopra, MD and Menas Kafatos, PhD The universe and the human brain have something important in common. The inner workings of both are invisible. At this moment you have no perception of what’s happening in your brain; neural activity is unknown to the mind of the person to whom the neurons belong without the invention of brain scans to reveal that activity, and then only crudely. Imagine, being a master of a house and not knowing or seeing what is
Deepak Chopra explains how we are formless outside of space/time.
Deepak Chopra talks to Alan Steinfeld about some of the deeper concepts in his new book, You are the Universe.