Deepak Chopra Essay
Our Real Self
Just by being ourselves we are borne toward a destiny far beyond anything we could imagine.
It is enough to know that the being
I nourish inside me is the same as the Being that suffuses every atom of the cosmos.
When the two see each other as equals they will be equal, because then the same force that controls the galaxies will be upholding my individual existence
Deepak Chopra was born in Poona India in 1947. He was the eldest son of Krishan Chopra, a prominent cardiologist. With his father being a doctor, Deepak Chopra was raised in the tradition of Western Medicine. His father considered the traditional ideas of Ayurveda to be pointless rituals …show more content…
Upon graduating from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Chopra married his wife, Rita, and soon after moved to America. Deepak’s family had known Rita’s family because both of their father’s had spent time in the military service. Rita’s aunt had suffered from a stroke and was admitted into the hospital at which Deepak was studying at during school. Rita’s family visited their aunt at the hospital over the next year, and Deepak and Rita saw each other often. Shortly after Deepak’s graduation they were married and in 1970 made the move to America. Chopra became a doctor in a hospital in New Jersey. He was very successful as a doctor and eventually became a specialist in endocrinology at the Boston Regional Medical Center. Along with the success, being a doctor was very demanding, there was a lot of stress that Deepak was forced to deal