Ever since I started blogging and writing, being an Indian and a doctor with a deep interest in spiritual wellness, people often ask me, “Are you trying to be the next Deepak Chopra?”
My answer is simple: “No. But I am trying to be the next Rajiv Parti.”
Why do I say
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I have had the good fortune to live a very successful life as a doctor and now, on my path as a speaker and author. To remind myself, I compiled the following list of attributes that I have followed, which helped me achieve success. This is my go-to list I refer to
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The date marking 20 years since my father’s passing came up recently. In looking back, I can recall that day as if it were only yesterday.
My father was in a hospital in Fresno, California, for heart bypass surgery, and I’d flown in from New Orleans where I was doing my residency
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It was monsoon time in India, and the torrential rains were steadily coming down. I was 16 years old, a school boy who didn’t like school.
One rainy day in July of 1973, I looked out the classroom window to see my dad’s light green Vespa sitting outside the school principal’s office.
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Previously for the human race to survive, we as a species experienced an evolution of the physical body. Survival today, is not about the human species alone, but rather a question about the survival of the world – and it is time for an evolution of consciousness.
Every desire starts with a
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Last week I wrote about my experience at The Chopra Center during my Meditation Instructor certification, where Deepak Chopra inspired me to write about ”Software of the Soul“.
There was another event that happened in that week though – which has taken me a little longer to understand. When I was
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Ancient India’s Approach to Addiction Recovery
Addiction is directly related to the brain. Drugs trick the brain with dopamine; the body listens to the messages sent by the duped brain and abides by them, leading to addiction. Can the brain be brought back to normalcy, and ensure a permanent addiction recovery? We
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Steve Pavalin’s Crossing the Bridge is a wonderful, inspiring article as if written for me, I even used quotes from it for my Vision Board!
As our basic needs are usually met easily, we need to create a vision that truly inspires us, one that shakes our spirit awake and
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I recently met a a very kind man, Dr Chuck Wall, a retired professor and our local motivational speaker. He has been on Oprah and invited by Presidents to the White House on several occasions. Out of his kindness, he is helping me improve my public speaking skills
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Most of us want our path in life to be predictable, with no rough patches or surprising twists. We are averse to abrupt changes in the path’s surface from smooth to rough, sudden hairpin turns, and drop-offs
Continue reading A Key to Happiness: Embrace Uncertainty with Open Arms