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Viewpoint: Issue Issue 23 22 Aug 2011

Spiritual thinking delivers the magic of regeneration

Achieving the benefits of synchrodestiny means understanding the way shared interests come together says Paul Salveson

Paul Steveson

­T­­he writings of Chopra admittedly don’t figure strongly in any university transport planning syllabus. He is a leading writer on spirituality, interpreting the Vedic tradition for modern-day life. He has a lot to say about the meaning of ‘co-incidence’, and my argument is that you can always find meaning and resonances if you look for them. It’s good to think out of our usual boxes, or carriages, and let destiny take control and ‘co-incidence’...

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