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September 19, 1994 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The regimen is very Californian: Hot oil massages. Aroma therapy. A special diet tailored to the season and your particular dosha (body type). Doses of yoga, meditation and other mental exercises to cleanse the mind. Sounds right at home in Southern California, fertile territory for every alternative medical treatment from acupuncture to Zen.
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September 19, 1994 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The regimen is very Californian: Hot oil massages. Aroma therapy. A special diet tailored to the season and your particular dosha (body type). Doses of yoga, meditation and other mental exercises to cleanse the mind. Sounds right at home in Southern California, fertile territory for every alternative medical treatment from acupuncture to Zen.
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September 19, 1994 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Deepak Chopra walks to center stage and his followers erupt in applause. "When I saw him, my brain had trouble accepting the fact I was seeing him in the flesh," said Vivian Lozano, 37, of Torrance. Lozano was among 300-plus Chopra followers who paid $165 each--or $300 a couple--for his seminar titled "The Mirror of Relationships" at the Red Lion Hotel in Culver City.
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May 17, 1996 | VIVIAN MARINO, ASSOCIATED PRESS
It's around 4:30 a.m. The outside world is still dark and in slumber. Deepak Chopra, best-selling author and New Age guru to a host of celebrities, begins his day in the study of his La Jolla home, mind focused, body relaxed, deep in meditation. He remains in this state for the next 90 minutes.
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January 11, 1996 | DAVID R. OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Battling a recent illness, Vicki Bennett endured the usual unpleasantness of a trip to the hospital: bouts of pain so bad she couldn't sleep, a battery of awful tests and the fear of knowing she was sick enough to be there. But Mid-Columbia Medical Center is no ordinary hospital. The only hospital in this Columbia River Gorge town may be a window into the future of medical care.
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September 7, 1997 | TONY PERRY, Tony Perry is The Times' San Diego bureau chief
Deepak Chopra--New Age superstar, guru to the rich and famous and millions of others, praised and damned for his beliefs about the mind's dominion over the body--is about to settle into a couch in his intimate, soft-toned La Jolla office and explain his latest projects. His movie screenplays. (One is described as "Independence Day" meets Siddhartha.) His hip-hop CD from Time Warner's Tommy Boy Records division (and maybe a cameo in the video).
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