Broadcast on September 21, 2017
With Deepak Chopra, MD & Karenna Gore & Kabir Sehgal

Join Deepak Chopra, founder of The Chopra Foundation and senior scientist at The Gallup Organization, Karenna Gore, director of the Center for Earth Ethics, and bestselling author Kabir Sehgal as they examine the nature of peace… whether peace is possible amid the widespread polarization in our society, and the connection between individual compassion and health and collective wellbeing and peace. They contemplate the nature of human security, and the possibility that war will ever end. 

During this engaging session, you'll discover:

  • The illusion of separation that perpetuates humanity's greatest challenges — climate disruption, poverty & war
  • How the transformation of human consciousness can lead to a culture of peace & nonviolence
  • What you can do to create peace in your own life, and in the world

Kabir Sehgal

Author, Composer, Producer

Kabir Sehgal is an American author, composer, producer, navy officer, military veteran, investment banker, and financial executive. He orks in corporate strategy at First Data Corporation, a global payments technology firm, which completed the largest IPO on the New York Stock Exchange in 2015. He is the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of five books including A Bucket of Blessings and Coined. He has also won two Grammy Awards and a Latin Grammy Award as a record producer. He was previously a vice president at JPMorgan Chase. He is co-author with Deepak Chopra of a book entitled Home: Where Everyone Is Welcome: Poems & Songs Inspired by American Immigrants.

Sehgal has won two Grammy & one Latin Grammy Awards, and his productions have garnered 8 nominations and 5 wins. Sehgal is a composer, librettist, and musician who wrote an opera on the European financial crisis. He co-founded an arts non-profit organization that merged with the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance.

Sehgal is a US Navy veteran and reserve officer who served on active duty with special operations in the Middle East, and he received the Defense Meritorious Service Medal. He served as a speechwriter on a presidential campaign and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.