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Deepak Chopra (book)
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Deepak Chopra ... Himself

Olivia Newton-John ... Herself

Bill Duke ... Himself
Tom Gegax ... Himself
Judy Julin ... Herself
Tina Mickelson ... Herself
David Simon ... Himself

David A. Stewart ... Himself (as Dave Stewart)

James Smith ... Man
Elizabeth Harris ... Woman
Gunnar Eilers ... Boy on the beach
Michael Broide ... Office Employees
Lisa K. Bell ... Office Employees
Gurwant Singh Randhava ... Office Employees
Erin Yerton ... Waitress
Chris Moore ... Street Musician
Katy Engel ... Sleeping Child
Colleen Malone Engel ... Mother
Danielle Frank ... Chess Players
Josh Frank ... Chess Player
Jason Phipps ... Car Thief
John Hess ... Jeweler
Chelsea Johnson ... Pole Vauter
Albert Nalivansky ... Loan Officer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Caitlin Evanson ... Herself - Special Thanks

Stefanie Stevens ... The Girlfriend (uncredited)

Directed by
Ron Frank 
 
Writing credits
Deepak Chopra (book)

Produced by
Rick Benavides .... associate producer
Gus L. Blackmon .... executive producer
Gotham Chopra .... producer
Mallika Chopra .... producer
Kenneth Dixon .... executive producer
Ron Frank .... producer
 
Original Music by
Olivia Newton-John (original music by)
 
Film Editing by
Leif Stoehr 
 
Makeup Department
Krista Hribar .... makeup artist
Paula Scarpino .... makeup artist
Víctor Vidal .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Michael Engel .... production manager
Carolyn Rangel .... assistant production manager
Felicia Rangel .... assistant production manager
 
Sound Department
David S. McJunkin .... sound (as Dave McJunkin)
Chesky Rohr .... sound
Stephen Zipper .... sound mixer (as Steve Zipper)
 
Visual Effects by
Leif Stoehr .... visual effects supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joey Alvarado .... lighting technician
William Beal .... lighting technician (as Willy Beal)
Fernando Chavez .... lighting technician
Michael Graef .... lighting technician
Brian Hart .... camera operator
Michael Brian Hart .... Steadicam operator
Michael Brian Hart .... steadicam operator
William Holdsworth .... lighting technician (as Bill Holdsworth)
Steve Iriguchi .... lighting technician
Rory King .... lighting technician
Peter Krajewski .... camera operator
Michael LaViolette .... lighting technician (as Mike LaViolette)
Chepe Martinez .... lighting technician
Matt Pronzo .... lighting technician
Jeff Richardson .... camera operator
Frank Suffert .... camera operator
Aaron Swanson .... lighting technician
Richard Weinroth .... still photographer
 
Animation Department
Jason Phipps .... graphics artist
 
Editorial Department
Rick Benavides .... assistant editor
Leif Stoehr .... post-production director
 
Other crew
Jeff Cotton .... script supervisor
Kathy Lombard .... legal
Steve Rosenfeld .... script supervisor
Leif Stoehr .... script supervisor
 
Thanks
Danielle Frank .... special thanks
Josh Frank .... special thanks
John Glebocki .... special thanks
Todd Wade .... special thanks
 

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USA:64 min
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
"Birds don't try to fly, they fly", 14 December 2007
Author: flowoftheheart from Seattle, Wa

I loved this movie!! Depak explains the "Laws of Nature" with so much deep thought and wisdom. Oliva Newton-John is so beautiful and graceful, as well. The music makes me want to watch it again and again-so grateful for this film... Found it at the 'right' time in my life. These Laws:

1)The LAW OF PURE POTENTIAL- states that one's essential state is one of infinite possibilities....

2)The LAW OF GIVING AND RECEIVING- explains that ones has to keep energy and the free flow of ideas continuously circulating within the universe. One has be able to receive any "gift" from the universe with sincerity and openness and be able to give that back as well, instead of hoarding it whether it be gifts, money, flow of energy, etc.

3) The LAW OF KARMA- states that every action generates an energy that returns back to one in like kind. "By consciously paying a 'karmic' debt, one can convert adversity, into a positive experience..no debt in the universe, every goes unpaid" If one aligns with Spirit before making any decision, one can feel the best answer which result in the 'best' outcome, an outcome which will result in the most happiness for all involved.

4)The LAW OF LEAST EFFORT- states that Nature takes the course least resistance, chaos, and stagnation. "Observe Nature. Grass doesn't try to grow, it grows. Birds don't try to fly, they fly" .. "Chaos is actually unnatural"

5)The LAW OF INTENTION OF DESIRE- states inherent in every desire, there is also the mechanics to its fulfillment. Some intentions include Awareness, Potential, Creativity, Success, Healing.

6)The LAW OF DETACHMENT- states the Universe responds best when one is detached, and not desperate or obsessed on the outcome of a desire. Detachment is a quality of intention..ones intention is for the future, but its detachment allows one to experience the present. If one is obsessed with getting the outcome only and says to ones self "I will be a failure if I don't have this or that", one has locked their intention into failure mode already and thus created a fixed, rigid present. When one stays detached from the goal and awareness on the present, the intention will manifest.

7)The LAW OF DHARMA- is the law of purpose. Dharma is one's unique plan and reason for existing. Understanding one's dharma is understanding how one's individuality fits into the complex and intricate 'web of life'

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