Oprah Winfrey and Deepak Chopra Launch Next Meditation Experience

Oprah Winfrey and Deepak Chopra

Following the success of their previous OWN ventures, Oprah Winfrey and renowned mind-body healing guru Deepak Chopra have announced a new online meditation experience dubbed Finding Your Flow.

Registration began Monday for the free 21-day workshop, which kicks off on April 14 and is designed to serve as an inner guide for transforming participants’ lives.

The program, part of the Oprah & Deepak’s 21-Day Meditation Experience series, is coproduced by Harpo Studios and the Chopra Center and inspired by popular OWN programs focusing on the benefits of regularly practiced meditation. Winfrey and Chopra’s previous meditation experiences, including Creating Abundance, Perfect Health, Miraculous Relationships and Desire and Destiny, have attracted more than 2.6 million participants in over 200 countries.

Finding Your Flow will feature daily audio meditations voiced by Winfrey and Chopra, as well as a series of thought-provoking reflection questions that can be accessed from a mobile phone, tablet or computer. Over the three-week course, participants can also use the program’s private, interactive journal feature to record and view their progress.

“Our next 21-Day Meditation Experience takes a quantum leap forward,” Chopra said in a statement. “Finding Your Flow deepens the experience as we move our life into the lightness of being.”

Those looking to participate can now register online at Oprah.com/meditate.

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  2. Therapist60 says:

    This is really great even if it is a very commercial presentation. I have been recommending meditation and mindfulness to my psychotherapy practice clients for almost 4 decades.
    Reducing stress and increasing self-awareness though meditation and mindfulness is the best preventive therapy available. But there is also something intangible that can occur when meditating that causes a ‘shift’ in one’s reality to a more positive life experience. I can only recommend getting started and staying with meditation and seeing what the results are. Often it is helpful to have some instruction for meditation. I usually suggest they start with these two guided mindfulness training mp3s, Meditation 1 and Meditation 2 by Jon Shore at http://www.meditation-download.com. It takes consistent practice but the results are well worth the small effort required.

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