DEEPAK CHOPRA  

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DEEPAK CHOPRA 

'A CUNNING CHARLATAN'

A well-educated charlatan who has deceived many people by taking advantage of the naiveté (or desperation) of his patients, especially those who couldn’t find a cure for their ailments in conventional medicine. 

Deepak Chopra has convinced many people that the cure is easy and that everyone can find it just by looking for it. He also said that his therapy may lead them "… to a place where the rules of everyday existence do not apply." Through his methods -he says- "... we can become pioneers in a land where youthful vigor, renewal, creativity, joy, fulfillment, and timelessness are the common experience of everyday life, where old age, senility, infirmity, and death do not exist and are not even entertained as a possibility.” Of course, these statements are merely rhetorical and completely deceitful.

According to Deepak Chopra’s delusions “addiction to toxic behavior, toxic substances, toxic relationships, toxic environment – which all create a toxic body. Ayurveda sees addiction as a second-class substitute for the exultation of the spirit.” And thus Deepak Chopra is trying to give the person a sense of higher ecstasy and pleasure than the one they remember from the addictive substance. This statement is also absurd.

No healing system, whether conventional medicine or alternative medicine, can have real validity, if they don’t take into account the reactive mind and engrams, which are the true origin of the psychogenic illnesses (not psychosomatic, as they were erroneously catalogued by psychiatry). Even if these alternative therapies have a certain percentage of success, they are only based on placebo effect and the relief caused by this "placebo effect" is never complete because the symptoms return sooner or later. This is something that Mr. Chopra conveniently wants that his patients ignore.


THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN QUANTUM MEDICINE AND QUANTUM HEALING

SESSION 13/DEC/02

Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin.

Entity that came to dialogue: Johnakan Ur-El.

Johnakan Ur-El: Here I am with you once again...
Interlocutor: How are you, Master?
Johnakan Ur-El: Always working on mission... In the latter period that you would call two months, I worked with the Master Jesus with a tremendous joy for the Service we are doing and as well with a tremendous pity to see such lassitude, such indifference in most people. It’s truly regrettable to see how many people have their minds crammed with false information.
I was witnessing what you were asking to my brother Ruanel about Alchemy. When you both talked about this beloved Master, who embodied many centuries ago, I mean Fulcanelli, who was referring to the possible physical transmutation of metals; actually he was not so wrong. He was wrong about the elements though. There are two metals that are very important, which are silver and gold, which have vibrational properties, where if you lean the silver and gold on certain meridians vortexes... because you know that you have 7 energy centers called chakras, but what you don’t know is that there are 21 chakras in fact. And you have hundreds and hundreds of meridians, meridian points in acupuncture.
If you lean, as in Reflexology, on the soles of the feet, on anywhere in the body, gold or silver, you can transmute health problems in the physical part, because there will be a greater flow of energy in the etheric field, in the astral field, in the energy field.
Interlocutor: Okay, this is clear... But what happens to the higher self, Thetan, or 90% spirit? Is there any transmutation?
Johnakan Ur-El: No, because this therapy has to do exclusively with the physical part.
Interlocutor: As it happens with homeopathy?
Johnakan Ur-El: Homeopathy has a large percentage of the placebo effect.
Interlocutor: Is Homeopathy valid or not?
Johnakan Ur-El: It is valid to a certain extent. In fact, the herbs give more health to the physical body, so to speak, I mean,-well-crafted herbs than homeopathy. There are many people who take pellets, and they take them all the time because they are addicted to the pellets, pellets of anything, and we perceive them the same, without any improvement.
Interlocutor: How do you perceive them?
Johnakan Ur-El: I, for example, am permanently connected to the causal body of hundreds of people... but I'm not invading their privacy, I am just helping them.
Interlocutor: I understand...
Johnakan Ur-El: And there's something that has a power or gift, whatever you want to call it, to transmit greater healing energy than gold and silver. I’m referring to gems. And there are two very important gems, which are quartz citrine and amethyst. Amethyst is a great healer gem. And there are other quartz gems that also heal. So, what quantum healing does, according to the problem of each person, is to seek in which meridian the current doesn’t flow- there are instruments to find it- and the famous Regis Duthail, currently embodied in France, has achieved it with the gynecological part of the women.
There is another device developed by another Frenchman, but in the U.S., which reads out the whole body energy flow.
Quantum healing is working with these gems by placing them on certain parts of the physical body, on these meridians, so that there is more energy circulation. With greater energy circulation, certain illnesses, which can be psychogenic, psychosomatic, or directly physical, can be reversed to a certain extent.
Interlocutor: But Can they heal literally speaking?
Johnakan Ur-El: No, they don’t heal, but they modify certain cells that are degenerated, even a cancerous tumor.
Interlocutor: Only applying the gem on a certain place?
Johnakan Ur-El: That’s right.
Interlocutor: Is this just the beginning? Or Is it already a fully developed technique?
Johnakan Ur-El: It's only beginning.
Interlocutor: I received an email from a person interested on Quantum Integral medicine, asking for its validity. And the difference from quantum healing, which is a book written by Deepak Chopra. She also adds: “…founded in Mexico by Kardem project, whose main representative is Marla...". Another thing is if this Quantum Integral Medicine comes from aliens...
Johnakan Ur-El: I disqualify that completely, since it was not created in Mexico by this person named Marla. Quantum Medicine was developed by serious scientists. There are always pseudo- channelers who are used to steal the discoveries from others.
Interlocutor: Does this person, Marla, channel?
Johnakan Ur-El: Yes, She channeled but, misrepresenting everything.
Interlocutor: Who can be called, then, as the father of Quantum Medicine?
Johnakan Ur-El: Well, we can say that the parents are two Frenchmen, one of them you have already mentioned, Regis Duthail, who later on moved to the United States...
Interlocutor: And the name of the other Frenchman?
Johnakan Ur-El: I'd have to find it out because it is currently unavailable. Remember that we, despite the very high plane in which we are, don’t know everything at once, because the plane has also limitations.
Interlocutor: Yes, I was aware of that... Concretely, the aliens have nothing to do with this issue of Quantum Medicine?
Johnakan Ur-El: No, absolutely not. Don’t underestimate the terrestrial scientists...
Interlocutor: The person who wrote to me makes a difference between Quantum medicine and Deepak Chopra’s quantum healing... what is she talking about?
Johnakan Ur-El: Deepak Chopra works on a completely different way. Some things that this being says, although are aimed at many things, have a relative validity because his method of healing is based on food. Quantum Healing, in fact, is a distortion of quantum medicine, to say the least. With this statement I’m not misrepresenting quantum healing, but between them there is a huge difference.
Interlocutor: What is Quantum Healing based on?
Johnakan Ur-El: It is based on food, lifestyles, diets, homeopathy, salts.
Interlocutor: But that would not be bad!
Johnakan Ur-El: It would be nice, but it has nothing to do with quantum medicine, which applies gems on the meridians. I want you to understand this concept: Quantum medicine, I mean with gems, is the original. And quantum healing, which is also quantum medicine it’s as a secondary derivative of that treatment, but it doesn’t produce the same results. Such as Shiatsu, Reiki, Acupuncture... They are, somehow, quantum medicine, because with Acupuncture, he who knows how to touch the meridians is making the energy flow. But the original quantum Medicine is based on gems.
I'm not discrediting everything that has nothing to do with quantum Medicine gems, but I’m simply making the differentiation between them.
Interlocutor: I understand perfectly the point... Then, Is the Quantum Integral Medicine which is being developed in Mexico valid or not?
Johnakan Ur-El: If they don’t use gems, or if they are used and they mix the therapy with channeling, we must discard them completely, because it has nothing to do with the original quantum medicine. In addition, quantum medicine and channeling would be like mixing two different things.
Interlocutor: A while ago we approached the topic about Homeopathy, which was pending. Specifically, what value does it have? I ask it because many years ago, I went to a homeopath because I wanted to lose weight and he prescribed me a product based on amphetamines, which is something nonsensical...
Johnakan Ur-El: These are false homeopaths.
Interlocutor: But let’s suppose that someone asks me about homeopathy...Would I recommend it?
Johnakan Ur-El: I value everything that has to do with herbal treatment, but I’m referring to a serious treatment. There are healing herbs, there are sedative herbs, there are herbs that increase power, such as Ginseng, and Ginkgo biloba ...
Interlocutor: But do they have something to do with homeopathy?
Johnakan Ur-El: They have nothing to do with homeopathy! Homeopathy is 20% real, when properly applied by a serious homeopath, and 80% is placebo effect.
Interlocutor: Specifically, if a person has engramic problems, he/she must go through Dianetics, not to the homeopath...
Johnakan Ur-El: Totally.
Interlocutor: Now I have a question about Psychointegration: A person who is crawling due to the amount of restimulated engrams he/she has. Would he/she find the solution through Psychointegration?
Johnakan Ur-El: Yes, and I'm going to explain it. Just as there is no therapist capable to cure an alcoholic, a drug addict or a smoker, if the patient does not allow the therapist to help him. With Psychointegration happens exactly the same thing, however, if a person has a tremendous apathy, tremendous indifference and seeks simply to browse Psychointegration, he/she will leave it after the first session and he/she won’t apply it in his/her daily life, because that's the point.
Recently, a person you know contacted you via email...
Interlocutor: I was going to ask you about this person...
Johnakan Ur-El: Well, he came to a session with this vessel to be treated with Psychointegration and he left euphoric, like a little kid with a new toy, because he felt that he was very comfortable, very restrained, but he didn’t return. There are some people, like in this case, who are controlled by the ego and the ego itself, seeing that psychointegration is a therapy that can integrate the ego, will do everything possible to prevent this from happening. The ego has a great survival mechanism.
Interlocutor: Just like the automatic reactive mind?
Johnakan Ur-El: Yes, both are reactive minds! Why do you think the ego is so difficult to eradicate? Due to the mechanism of survival that it has!
Interlocutor: But this is the first time we said it! Although I should have guessed it before, because it’s definitely a reactive mechanism.
Johnakan Ur-El: It's a logical thing! The ego manipulates the human being. The ego whispers to the ear, and I say "whispers" to explain it in a graphical way: "Go away from here, you will not achieve anything from this." And at the same time, the spirits of error and ludic energies, seeing that the person is so weak, they suggest: "That part of yours is right; they want to turn you into a zombie." Obviously, I’m speaking figuratively. And they persuade the person so that...
Interlocutor: I understand the idea perfectly...
Johnakan Ur-El: And who is the greatest ally of the spirits of error, the ludic energies, the demons and the ego of the person? Well, the same person! Because the person gives them a place. Answering your question, if you're someone who wants to move ahead, well, you’ll go through Psychointegration and you'll be looking to the goal of Light and your mind will not be deviated from your purpose and you will end up healed.
Interlocutor: Well, this issue is clear enough...

Email received:

I would like to know the opinion of Grupo Elron about Deepak Chopra, whose teachings are disseminated through countless books, followed by millions of people across the world, but curiously are disowned by his own colleagues. J.F

Dear Friend: I’m going to be brief and concise to inform you that this person is a "well-educated charlatan," since he has been cataloged like that before, although it’s not easy to explain why he is a charlatan.
The problem is that all his work is full of generalities, clichés, too familiar medical advice, some effective methods, others not so effective and others quite absurd, and well-known spiritual teachings, directly misrepresented or outdated. Just by using your common sense you will realize that many of the things Deepak Chopra says are completely rhetorical and aimed to deceive many people. What else can be said about him?
                               

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