Join Deepak Chopra for daily meditations, moments of calm on his 'Daily Breath' podcast

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Have you ever considered exploring a meditation practice, but weren’t sure where to begin? If so, consider practicing with Deepak Chopra, MD, mindfulness expert, bestselling author, and a world-renowned pioneer in personal transformation. Chopra’s Daily Breath, the winner of the 2020 Webby for Best Health and Wellness Podcast, serves as a daily guide to inspire and enlighten others to live productive, positive and creative lives.

Each episode of Daily Breath encourages listeners to pause during their busy days and find rare, calm moments of peacefulness, despite the chaos and stress in the world.

Throughout the series, Chopra touches on various themes such as happiness, love, sex, the true self, well-being and gratitude. You can listen to the entire series right here on Yahoo Life. Make sure to check back for new episodes posted daily Monday through Friday.

For more content from Chopra, head to his YouTube channel, The Chopra Well. Chopra launched this channel alongside his children with a mission to change peoples’ lives and “transform the world from the inside out.”

The Chopra Well offers a variety of free shows that aim to make viewers more spiritual, self-aware, and happier beings. Whether you’re interested in yoga, meditation or are looking for wisdom to apply to your daily life, Chopra’s channel provides all that and more.

In addition to The Chopra Well, Chopra’s book and national bestseller, Metahuman: Unleashing Your Infinite Potential (Harmony Books), can help to unlock the secrets to moving beyond our present limitations to access a field of infinite possibilities.

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