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Optimism doctor and visual imagery expert Dr. Deepika Chopra has studied the science of happiness. Join her as she blends together holistic practices with evidence-based science to cultivate more optimism, success, hope and resiliency in the lives of others. Looking Up is a holistic + science-based podcast covering the ins and outs of being a human — without the perfectionism and toxic positivity. In each episode, you’ll get to hear from elite athletes, recording artists, couples, parents, poets, and experts all while learning real tools and practical skills to increase your own optimism and joy and resiliency from Dr. Deepika as well as trailblazing experts and scientists in the field! Subscribe to Looking Up anywhere you listen to your podcasts currently. Follow @drdeepikachopra on Instagram for some behind the scenes footage and to get some of your own personal questions answered on the show. Things are Looking Up!

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Optimism doctor and visual imagery expert Dr. Deepika Chopra has studied the science of happiness. Join her as she blends together holistic practices with evidence-based science to cultivate more optimism, success, hope and resiliency in the lives of others. Looking Up is a holistic + science-based podcast covering the ins and outs of being a human — without the perfectionism and toxic positivity. In each episode, you’ll get to hear from elite athletes, recording artists, couples, parents, poets, and experts all while learning real tools and practical skills to increase your own optimism and joy and resiliency from Dr. Deepika as well as trailblazing experts and scientists in the field! Subscribe to Looking Up anywhere you listen to your podcasts currently. Follow @drdeepikachopra on Instagram for some behind the scenes footage and to get some of your own personal questions answered on the show. Things are Looking Up!

    Learning to Cope with Mental Health Advocate and Founder of PYM, Zak Williams

    Learning to Cope with Mental Health Advocate and Founder of PYM, Zak Williams

    Each of our mental health journeys follow a different path... how one navigates through mental adversity can be a messy, non-linear, and important quest. Sometimes the tools we choose aren’t always the best ones for us but learning to cope and growing from our mistakes is undoubtedly an integral part of our recovery. On this episode of LOOKING UP, mental health advocate and son of the beloved late Robin Williams, Zak Williams, shares his story of rock bottom and how he self-medicated his past trauma. From his low points, he sought support through 12 Step and volunteering with mental health organizations. Zak embodies what it means to be a mental health warrior and has co-founded PYM with wife Olivia June, in an effort to give people a product meant for the ups and downs of life.
    To purchase your own THINGS ARE LOOKING UP Optimism Deck of Cards please visit
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    For more BTS footage of this episode and any others follow @drdeepikachopra + @allthingsarelookingup
    Guest Details: @zakpym @youcanpym
    Book That Has Changed The Way Zak Lives His Life: Foundation by Isaac Asimov
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    • 51 Min.
    Getting Personal with Dr. Deepika Chopra: Looking Back On Looking Up Season Three

    Getting Personal with Dr. Deepika Chopra: Looking Back On Looking Up Season Three

    On the season three recap of LOOKING UP, Dr. Deepika Chopra changes things up a little and takes the time to share details about her own life. She starts the episode like any other... only she’s asking herself instead of a guest the rapid fire Looking In questions. Listeners can get to know Dr. Chopra  a little better and hear about some of the most moving and impactful moments season three has had on her. Take a listen and tune back in March 1 for the premiere of LOOKING UP season four.
    To purchase your own THINGS ARE LOOKING UP Optimism Deck of Cards please visit ThingsAreLookingUp.co
    For more BTS footage of this episode and any others follow @drdeepikachopra + @allthingsarelookingup on Instagram
    Books That Changed Dr. Chopra’s Life: 
    Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
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    • 15 Min.
    Recovering from Rock Bottom with Ryan Haddon

    Recovering from Rock Bottom with Ryan Haddon

    There are various types of rock bottoms, often met with red flags along the way, signaling that something is wrong. These red flags can easily be overlooked or avoided for a number of reasons:  pride or addiction, habit or fear, curiosity or even compulsion. This week’s LOOKING UP guest is Certified Life Coach, hypnotherapist, spiritual mentor, meditation teacher, and recovering alcoholic Ryan Haddon, who shares how her rock bottom experience was a baseline for reinvention; she chose to rebuild a new reality and make space for something much better, all while overcoming struggles with addiction, a fast paced Hollywood lifestyle, and not knowing how to live life, on life’s terms. Learn a thing or two from Ryan in this poignant episode of LOOKING UP.
     
    To purchase your own THINGS ARE LOOKING UP Optimism Deck of Cards please visit ThingsAreLookingUp.co
    For more BTS footage of this episode and any others follow @drdeepikachopra + @allthingsarelookingup
    Guest Details: @ryanhaddoncoach
    Book That Has Changed The Way Ryan Lives Her Life: 
    Journey of Souls by Michael Newton
    The Power of your subconscious mind by Joseph Murphy
    The Ra Contact by Don Elkins
     
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    • 46 Min.
    The Most Powerful Choice with Holocaust Survivor, Dr. Edith Eger

    The Most Powerful Choice with Holocaust Survivor, Dr. Edith Eger

    Last week was Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 76th anniversary of Auschwitz’ liberation. Now more than ever it is necessary to share stories of Holocaust survivors so that history may never repeat itself. Today’s episode shares the story of one woman’s resilience, strength, determination and ability to create hope from hopelessness. Best-selling author, world renowned psychologist and PTSD expert, and Auschwitz survivor, Dr. Edith Eger, was only 16 when she was thrown in a concentration camp, spending eight months starved, tortured, beaten and humiliated by Nazis. She credits her survival to her mother’s parting words, “No one can take away from you what you've put in your mind.” Dr. Eger’s absolute truth is that she is a survivor who never allowed herself to be a victim or a prisoner of her own mind. Listen to learn all about her awe inspiring resilience and how she found hope in the darkest of places.
    To purchase your own THINGS ARE LOOKING UP Optimism Deck of Cards please visit ThingsAreLookingUp.co
    For more BTS footage of this episode and any others follow @drdeepikachopra + @allthingsarelookingup
    Guest Details: @dr.editheger
    Book That Has Changed The Way Dr. Eger Lives Her Life: Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl 
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    • 46 Min.
    The Art of Tea with Master Tea Blender Steve Schwartz

    The Art of Tea with Master Tea Blender Steve Schwartz

    On this week’s episode of Looking Up, Steve Schwartz, master tea blender and founder of the Los Angeles based brand, Art of Tea, shares his passion for tea and the ritual behind it. What started out as Steve studying Ayurveda so that he could help heal his mother, turned into him blending teas together in his living room for the likes of the Peninsula Hotel and acclaimed chef, Wolfgang Puck. This episode is all about about healing, resiliency, passion, rituals, mindfulness, and of course, the history of tea and its intertwined relationship to mood and mindfulness. Take a listen and contemplate what you choose to ritualize… hopefully over a warm cup of tea.
    To purchase your own THINGS ARE LOOKING UP Optimism Deck of Cards please visit ThingsAreLookingUp.co
    For more BTS footage of this episode and any others follow @drdeepikachopra + @allthingsarelookingup
    Guest Details: @artofteala @steveschwarx
    Book That Has Changed The Way Steve Lives His Life: Visions of the Fathers: Pirkei Avos with an Insightful and Inspiring Commentary by Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.
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    • 47 Min.
    Social Media: the Good, the Bad + the Ugly of It All with Jilly Hendrix

    Social Media: the Good, the Bad + the Ugly of It All with Jilly Hendrix

    On this episode of LOOKING UP,  Internet personality and professional “meme,” Jilly Hendrix, talks all about the benefits and consequences of social media— the online bullying, the exploration and beauty of being able to self-express and share through platforms, the pursuit for personal growth and understanding, and the necessity for social responsibility, researching and taking accountability before making a post. This episode delves into a lot, with much to unpack, take a listen and get ready to explore why the algorithm isn’t always the best thing. 
    To purchase your own THINGS ARE LOOKING UP Optimism Deck of Cards please visit ThingsAreLookingUp.co
    For more BTS footage of this episode and any others follow @drdeepikachopra + @allthingsarelookingup
    Guest Details: @jillyhendrix
    Book That Has Changed The Way Jilly Lives Her Life: The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself by Michael A. Singer
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    • 42 Min.

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