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What makes us conscious beings and why does it matter that we are? In his first ever podcast, Deepak Chopra welcomes a far-ranging group of guests, including Jane Goodall, Russell Brand, Dan Savage, Christopher Wylie, Jean Houston, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, and many more, who have paved new paths for understanding our present and future. How do we define, harness, and elevate our minds? How can we live creatively and purposefully? What makes you…you? Join Deepak as he delves into this moment of great transformation to answer these questions…and explore our infinite potential.
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In our final episode of Season 1, we come back to the most fundamental questions: who are we and what are we capable of.  My guest today, Dr. Jean Houston, sees us as heroes in our own mythic journeys, here to realize our great calling.  Jean Houston has worked with Joseph Campbell, Margaret Mead and even Hilary Clinton, and she now joins us to explore our roles in this time of profound shift.  Today, we tap into our full human potential.  And it truly is, infinite. 
We humans remember things on a uniquely grand scale.  From the pyramids to the Washington Monument, we build memorials so we won't forget our past.  Today, I try to understand why with Michael Arad, the visionary architect behind the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero, in New York City.  When an act of terrorism changed the world forever, how could we do justice to physical and emotional destruction that occurred?  Michael answered that question the only way he knew: by creating a memory space.  Join me for this powerful conversation about history, truth, healing and how the spaces we live in and pass through can change our story, both personal and global. 
Is there more evidence for God or for aliens?  Can true reality be described by science or will it always remain a mystery?  Are there limits to our imagination?  These are some of the questions I debate with Leonard Mlodinow .  Not only has he co-authored books with Stephen Hawking, he's also written for Star Trek, which make his perspectives among the most unique I've encountered.  But we don't always agree.  And over the years that has turned us into close friends, as well as collaborators.  As a man with many layers, our journey today is sure to expand your mind, as it has mine. 
Sex is powerful, and no one knows that better than "sexpert", writer, podcast host and relationship extraordinaire, Dan Savage. In his decades of experience, Dan's seen a lot, and he's paving a unique and profound new path redefining what it means to love and to be in a relationship, or rather, to be in many relationships. Is the human species meant to love one person? Or is love provisional like our identity? Join me as we paint new colors on a very old practice.
Who are you? If you've ever stopped to ask yourself this question, a myriad of adjectives have likely swirled around your...brain.  But, is that really you?  My guest today, psychiatrist and author Rebecca Gladding, MD,  says, not necessarily. In fact, you may be working from a set of deceptive and tenacious, maybe even false, narratives in your brain.  So join me to investigate how our identity is shaped and by whom —or what. And most importantly, how to reimagine the very idea of who you think you are.  
In Part Two of our series on Artificial Intelligence, we unravel the inner workings of the internet brain, ever-growing in size...and in power.  How do we relate to the systems being built around us?  What is ethical AI? And how can our data shape and alter our reality? Join me as we peer into the future, that is also our present, with Christopher Wylie, the green-haired, nose-ringed whistle-blower on Cambridge Analytica, as well as quite the philosopher of tech. Chris sounds the alarm...and together we look for signs of how to be humanly conscious in the age of machines.  
Introducing: Daily Breath

Introducing: Daily Breath

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Welcome to Daily Breath, where we pause the hectic world around us, refocus ourselves and expand our minds. I invite you to join me for a few short minutes each day to explore impactful ideas and themes that directly relate to all of our lives. Together we will delve into topics such as happiness, gratitude, love, sex, the true self, physical well-being, death and more. This is a space to build mindfulness into your daily routine and to end your week peacefully with a complete 10-minute meditation every Friday.Join us and BREATHE…​
Artificial Intelligence, AI, is now a reality.  It lives with us in our pockets, in our homes, and in our...minds? We take on this brave new world in two parts, linked by one critical question: will AI ever be truly conscious? In Part One, we speak to founder & CEO of LivePerson, Robert LoCascio, who has had decades of pioneering experience in creating and using Artificial Intelligence to better our life here on earth. Join me today as we look behind the curtain at how AI is really made and what it can tell us about ourselves. 
Ever wondered what's beyond our universe?  So did Dr. Michio Kaku, beginning at the young age of 8, and it led him to try and complete Einstein's unfinished work: a theory of everything.  Dr. Kaku is a world-renowned physicist and a co-author of String Field Theory,  which some claim is the closest we've come to understanding the code of the universe.  In our fascinating conversation, Dr. Kaku and I explore multiverses, measure consciousness, and question the nature of reality...and cats. 
Space.  The final frontier.  And maybe, a place we will soon call home. Join me for a perspective shifting adventure outside our atmosphere with the first, and only Iranian Astronaut to go to space, Anousheh Ansari.  What can we learn by looking at ourselves from the outside?  How do we connect to a universal consciousness? And who exactly do we earthlings think we are?  The answers may be right in front of you.
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Crystal Corley

Dear Deepak, I love the words and passions spoken throughout your podcasts. It's always enlightening and most enjoyable when I listen to a guest and I'm taken to a moment of awe and encompassed by what that speaker is telling. I believe we as in every human being is connected, therefore relatable and maybe some of us probably a great many like to have these moments of knowing that. In my experience I am always learning through my experiences, through books, through encounters, etc. and I am one who believes in things happening at a time that they are meant to. Listening today was meant for me to hear what Jean expressed. I will not remember everything verbatim but her eloquence and perception of mythology and how that ties to people's stories really resonated with me. It gave me chills which is always pretty cool. Thank you🙏

Jun 13th
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K D

I love this podcast! I am impressed with the breath of guests. I cant wait for more!

May 20th
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K D

I actually found this episode, as all others so far, exceptionally interesting. How can we be, as a species, more enlightened than ever, and have masses of people believing the absolute nonsense coming from the Trump administration (among other sources of fake nonsense packages for the masses all over the world?). We shouldn't ignore what social media can do and is doing. As a spiritual seeker, I have decided to let go of what I had left of social media based on this interview (and reflections I had begun previously, of course). Should a show about spirituality talk about big data? I think yes.

May 20th
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renichka

Following guests like Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Michio Kaku with this nonsense? Was there no one else?

Apr 29th
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Alan Devlin

living in the moment, is so important. listening to a podcast takes one away from the moment. this will never be meditation, this will only bring people to the edge of meditation. it's not a bad thing, but it's a poor substitute. I hope everyone understands this

Apr 26th
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Kayla Miller

Alan Devlin Deepak has a separate podcast for meditation called “Daily Breath”

Jun 3rd
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K D

Alan Devlin I do not think Deepak is trying to pass this as meditation... it is a radio show for our entertainment, and is packaged as such.

May 20th
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jewels bach

please bring Dr. Patrick Flanagan

Apr 23rd
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Ana Sofia Gallego

Amazing, every time I hear Deepak makes me think and realize how amazing is life. Thanks for this , and all the previous podcast, is being a life changing.

Apr 22nd
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Lenora Byron

Stunt postcast!!! Everything remains in a web of energy connection. It's really fantastic!!!

Apr 18th
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Deachen Angmo

it's very interesting to get to know about universe.

Apr 17th
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César Coutinho

Me too

Apr 17th
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Jeanette-Fe Rizzo

fantastic. ABSOLUTELY love this podcast. great job Mr. Chopra!

Apr 12th
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Tiffany Thompson

She is an inspiration!

Apr 9th
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Kayla Miller

I’m hooked! I’ve listened to each episode twice and can’t wait for more content. I love the guest speakers, and the conversation is very engaging and interesting. Please keep it up!

Apr 9th
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Samantha Stephenson

I love all these podcasts so far!

Apr 5th
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Deachen Angmo

This is by far one of the best episodes of infinite potential. Amazing talk on spirituality at such depth with a pinch of humor. 😌😌

Apr 4th
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Sarah Li

I could listen to Dr Jane Goodall forever her experiences and knowledge are priceless

Apr 2nd
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AgnosticLiberalIndian

Dr. Jane should have won the Nobel Prize already. An entire life dedicated to the study of nature.

Mar 30th
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James Gordon

thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing this!

Mar 29th
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Olga Wickham

great podcast.

Mar 28th
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Roger Coimbra Santos

I love this podcast!

Mar 28th
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