To start the day …. “Deepak Chopra …. his thoughts on Donald Trump …. Thinking 1st Chakra …. “!!


~~November 2, 2016~~ 


CONAN Highlight

Deepak believes the Republican nominee for president “has the emotional development of a 3-year-old.”

Deepak Chopra (born October 22, 1947) is an Indian American author, public speaker, alternative medicine advocate, and a prominent figure in the New Age movement.

Through his books and videos, he has become one of the best-known and wealthiest figures in alternative medicine.

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We all have seen the many actions and reactions Trump has shown throughout his life.

They have come to the forefront because of his current presidential bid.

In my humble opinion, there is, and has always been, something amiss with this ‘human being‘.

I don’t profess to be an expert but this reality is obvious to anyone with a few brain cells and the capacity to discern ‘normal’ (as fleeting as that concept may be), can safely question the mental/spiritual/personal status of this ‘man’.

I will leave with you this video.

I think Mr. Chopra presents a flawless case.

It may sound humorous and funny but the reality is that he’ right on target.



There are seven chakra centers in our bodies in which energy flows through

Blocked energy in any of our seven chakras can often lead to illness, so it’s important to understand what each chakra represents and what we can do to keep this energy flowing freely.



Located at the base of the spine, the pelvic floor, and the first three vertebrae, the root chakra is responsible for your sense of safety and security on this earthly journey. The word Muladhara breaks down into two Sanskrit words: Mula meaning “root” and Adhara, which means “support” or “base.”

This is the first of the chakras of matter

Balancing the root chakra creates the solid foundation for opening the chakras above. Imagine that you’re laying the foundation for a house in which you’re going to live for a long time. A solid foundation embedded in firm soil will provide the stability you need to create a home filled with joy for years to come.

The root chakra is comprised of whatever grounds you to stability in your life. This includes your basic needs such as food, water, shelter, and safety, as well as your more emotional needs such as letting go of fear. When these needs are met, you feel grounded and safe, and you tend to worry less day to day.


Whether or not you feel secure now often has less to do with what you have at your disposal and more to do with how safe you felt as a small child. When you consider psychologist Erik Erickson’s stages of development, the first stage—trust versus mistrust—is closely related to your root chakra development. As infants, if your caregivers readily gave you what you needed to survive with consistency, you felt secure in the world. You felt that the world was a place that could be trusted to provide your basic needs. Yet, if your caregivers withheld or delayed in giving you what you needed, or if that giving was inconsistent, you may find yourself with first chakra blockages.

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~Deepak Chopra: Donald Trump “Thinks With His Penis”~


~~Published on Oct 24, 2016~~

Deepak believes the Republican nominee for president “has the emotional development of a 3-year-old.”


We ALL are ONE!! 


David Letterman …. a tribute to an old friend!!


~~August 20, 2014~~


Letterman said he “had no idea that the man was in pain”

Letterman showed clips from Williams’ appearances on his show, saying he’d been friends with Williams for 38 years. Among the clips The Late Show trotted out: a young Letterman’s cameo on Mork & Mindy.

“What I will add here is that, beyond being a very talented man and a good friend and a gentleman, I am sorry I, like everybody else, had no idea that the man was in pain and the man was suffering,” Letterman said.


Letterman’s show was on break the week when Williams died, so this was his first episode to address his friend’s passing. Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers all honored Williams in tributes of their own last week.


“Two things would happen, because Robin was on the program,” Letterman told his audience. “One, I didn’t have to do anything; all I had to do was sit here and watch the machine. And, two, people would watch; if they knew Robin was on the show, the viewership would go up, because they wanted to see Robin.

And, believe me, that wasn’t just true of television. I believe that was true of the kind of guy he was. People were drawn to him because of this electricity.”


Letterman said the two befriended each other 38 years ago at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles, a hotbed at the time for emerging comedians, including former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno, Elayne Boosler and Jimmy Walker. Letterman recalled how it was common for comics to make fun of new acts at the venue, and prepared to do the same when an emcee announced a new comedian from Scotland was about to take the stage.

“We were feeling pretty smug about our position right away, because the material is going to be haggis, and that kind of crap,” Letterman recalled. “So, we’re relaxed, we’re ready to go, and all of a sudden, he comes up on stage, and — you know what it is — it’s like nothing we had ever seen before, nothing we had ever imagined before.”

The comedians, he said, knew they were watching someone special.


“We’re like morning dew; he comes in like a hurricane. And now, the longer he’s onstage, the worse we feel about ourselves,” Letterman said, with a laugh, “because it’s not stopping.

And then he finishes, and I thought, ‘Well, that’s it, they’re going to have to put an end to show business, because what could happen after this?’”




~~David Letterman Remembers Robin Williams~~


~~Published on Aug 19, 2014~~

Dave pays tribute to the great Robin Williams


We ALL honor ROBIN!!


We ALL are ONE!!