Who am I? What do I want? How can I serve? What am I grateful for?
These four questions have anchored my journey. As kids, my father (Deepak Chopra) would ask my brother and I to intuitively explore these questions, and now I use them in the meditations I lead to help guide people to know their intentions and deepest desires.
I am a mom, entrepreneur, author and public speaker. I feel so lucky that I have the opportunity to share my ideas through my books, articles, and to audiences around the world through my speaking engagements.
Broken into four parts—“Who Am I?”; “What Do I Want?”; “How Can I Serve?”; and “What Am I Grateful for?”—this book offers tools for youth to better understand themselves and to put themselves in charge of what kind of people they want to be. Each section provides an accessible variety of centering activities that require minimal time and supplies, such as breathing exercises, connecting with one’s name, learning about religions, dream journaling, setting intentions, and discovering what brings them joy, to name a few. Each activity comes with guidelines on “time needed” and “location” to perform it along with necessary materials, if any; many are delightfully open-ended: “As long as you want, and over and over again!”
Kirkus Review on Mallika’s upcoming book, “Just Be You”
Mallika teaches and speaks at conferences, wellness and corporate retreats, universities, K-12 schools and private events. Through storytelling, practical tips and exercises, my inspirational presentations can be tailored to different audiences and presented in flexible periods (from 1 hour to 3 days).
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Mallika in the Media
Mallika Chopra on children's emotional health during quarantine
Mallika Chopra on Good Day New York
Finding your breathe during the Pandemic
Teaching kids about money and stress
Mallika Chopra visits Home & Family to talk new book "Just F...
Mallika on CNNMallika speaks with Fredricka Whitfield on CNN about the increasing affects of anxiety and stress in children and teens and how tools like meditation and mindfulness can help.
Mallika on Daily Mail TV"Just Be You" teaches kids to understand their emotions.
Today.com InterviewMallika Chopra on managing stress: ‘Feelings are important to feel’
Thrive Global InterviewJust Breathe: A Dialogue with Mallika Chopra
AP News InterviewWith ‘Stillwater,’ Mallika Chopra brings mindfulness to kids