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Review by TechSmartt Published on Feb 7, 2018

Articles about Deepak Chopra's Dream Weaver / Dream Master:

Bloomberg June 10, 2018
These New Airport Lounges Are Designed to Fight Jet Lag
“Though it’s not specifically designed for jet lag, feedback from guests is that it helps relieve some of the symptoms, including poor sleep,” explains Gene Frisco, managing director of Asanda Spa.
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NYTimes - January 14, 2018
Practice yoga on the banks of the Ganges, run through the bush in Keyna with Maasai warriors or book a Deepak Chopra guided meditation at an airport. 
Delta Air Lines offers guided meditation at its Asanda Spa Lounges in its Sky Clubs at John F. Kennedy International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Called Deepak Chopra Dream Weaver, the service can be booked for either 30 or 50 minutes, at a cost of  $30 and $50 respectively, and is a light-and-sound experience in which fliers sit in a zero gravity chair and listen to a meditation led by Dr. Chopra. 
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• NYTimes: What's Your Ideal Gadget?

• Fast Company Magazine: Deepak Chopra on the Dream Weaver

• USA Today: Cover Story on the Dream Weaver and other anti-stress products

• eHarmony: Ten Things I Can't Live Without. Deepak on the Dream Weaver

• LinkedIn article: "What do you carry when you travel?"

• Deepak with Arianna Huffington at the Consumer Electronics Show introducing the Dream Weaver

Now available to experience at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Atlanta Magazine, February 2, 2018 Read the article at

Meditate with me in Atlanta Delta Airlines Sky Lounge

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