We are living in unprecedented times, when fear must be countered with love and distress with healing. Now for Tomorrow is a podcast to show you how that's possible. To show actions you can do now to make tomorrow better. Each step offers an action to take today to make tomorrow better for yourself, those you love, and the world. Hosted by Deepak Chopra, each episode contains a short prompt for reflection and contemplation rooted around actions that you can take immediately after listening.
The newest Religion of Sports show, Crushed, revisits the steroid era to untangle its truth from the many myths, examine the legacy of baseball’s farthest-reaching scandal, and explore what it tells us about sports culture in America. In 1998, fans across the country fell in love with the home run race as Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa chased baseball immortality. Sportswriter Joan Niesen recounts her memories of that summer, examines the history and mythology of the home run and asks why people across the country wanted to believe they were watching heroes.
You can find out more information about Crushed here.
How to Bounce Back Better Than Ever
Everyone’s life has failures, disappointments, and setbacks. What makes a difference is the ability to bounce back from the bad things that come everyone’s way.
Finding Your Compassionate Heart
When you are sustained by love and feel compassion for others, your become part of a constant give-and-take, what a physiologist would call a feedback loop, that goes from your heart to every cell in your body and from you to everyone you encounter.
All of us listen with only half our attention, or even none at all. We are preoccupied with our own issues, especially now in a crisis. It's time to sit down and really listen to someone in your life who you perhaps take for granted or feel frustrated by.
Stand, Stretch, and Move
We have all heard about the benefits of exercise, but compliance isn’t easy, especially now with restricted movement. But without guilt you can bring a great benefit to your body by the simple, repeated action of standing up, moving around, and stretching.
Creating a Purpose
Take a moment to expand your reason for being here, in other words, your purpose. When your day is filled with the demands of your job or raising children or keeping up with friends, you are certainly busy, but do you have a purpose? True purpose is very personal, and you alone can create it for yourself.
Much needed guidance
This pandemic is indeed unprecedented and hard to process. Mr. Chopra has very important advice. His clear instructions are easy to follow and within minutes I find myself completely relaxed. He has really helped me combat my anxiety. Thank you.