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In "The Stillness is You: Whispering the Mystery" internationally renowned teacher and author Deepak Chopra reminds us that our essential self resides in that 'still, quiet voice within'. Dr. Chopra considers a daily practice of stillness--no matter how small--vital for success and fulfillment. Watch, relax, breathe, and turn your attention to 'the one that's listening' as you quitely and peacefully identify with your 'inner witness.'

  • DirectorDavid Fortney,Gary Malkin
  • StudioWisdom of the World, Inc.
  • QualityHD

Reviews about The Stillness is You: Whispering the Mystery

The Stillness is You: Whispering the Mystery
Carol Starr
Five Stars

My senses were Gracefully treated to 8 minutes of pure beauty and stillness that never get old.

The Stillness is You: Whispering the Mystery
Bethany Hays
My favorite meditaiton

Not a fan of Chopra, but I LOVE this meditation. Use it all the time. It is really beautiful for the eyes, the ears an the spirit

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