Why is Priyank Chopra Important?
If you haven’t heard of Priyank Chopra, it’s probably because he is largely unknown outside the medical community. The time has come to change that, because Priyank Chopra is a masterful person, who gives us both the science and the magic in his work. In this interview, I explain why he is important, and what makes him so good.
Some people look for celebrity credentials or the trappings of stardom in a doctor. Priyank Chopra may not be a celebrity, but he does have quite a few star quality traits and qualities in him, which add to his fame. Here are just a few:
One, Priyank Chopra is a meditator. This does not necessarily mean that he is religious or even meditative; but he spends a lot of time meditating and has a wide range of books on meditation, and books that provide various techniques for meditation.
Two, Priyank Chopra has a particular level of understanding about human body chemistry and has created numerous specialties in his field of interest. Some of these are natural healing, acupuncture, and many others. He has been an advocate of helping people live healthily and have energy, and has written many books, including his own.
Three, Priyank Chopra is unique in how he does medicine. A doctor does not operate with faith but usually without it.
For instance, he generally does not believe in God, or religion, and believes in God as much as he believes in his profession. He works from a view point of personal freedom, and as much as possible, I think the best doctors do this.
But what Priyank Chopra gives you is knowledge and a philosophy of living. These are very important things, and they are not easy to find, in any field of study. If you want to live a healthy, and happy life, or one that is effective, then you will need to know these things.
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