Dr Deepak Chopra is a world-famous "guru" who has written as many as 65 books but his hands don't appear to match! What is his real-life persona all about? The hands can tell us something about who Deepak Chopra really is.
His hand tells us that he has a warm and outgoing nature but delve a little deeper and a clearer picture emerges, although still a little different from what one would expect from someone like Dr Deepak Chopra.
Dr Chopra has slightly thick fingers which are on the shorter side, the palm is broad and Mercury (little) finger is low-set but long, and conic-tipped and he has well-developed mounts of Moon and Venus. Some other features of his hand are the long heartline and a conic Jupiter (index) finger. He has a good, long thumb, and a strong Saturn finger too. The Mount of Moon is quite prominent and the third phalanges of his fingers are developed. The headline is not as strongly etched as the other main lines.
All of this suggests that this hand belongs to someone whose heart dominates his head, and also someone who enjoys his luxuries and comforts, and in this sense, it does not go with what one imagines a guru to be. An emotional person who takes major decisions based on his emotions and idealistic beliefs is not an ideal guru. Spiritual people are supposed to be cool-headed and objective and this is what I have seen on the hands of ascetics like Sai Baba.
His hands also show him to be a serious, strong-willed personality, a trifle flashy. In addition, as he is someone to whom feelings are most important, it seems at odds with the intellectual and spiritual persona which has been projected.
Chopra's communication ability is good and he would be able to channel emotions and ideas effectively. In other words, he would be able to use the heart qualities in a productive way. In addition, Chopra is a quick thinker and doer and has superior planning ability. No doubt, he is a person with superior creative and expressive abilities. There is also an understanding of people and a high level of perceptive ability.
Chopra's hands do not show a desire to amass money or gain power through riches although a slight stingy streak is shown.
The less palatable side of his personality is that Chopra tends to be rather dominating and controlling, and as is also very shrewd, with a desire for attention and fame, he may do things which may be in his self-interest. He may not be entirely straightforward.
This does not take away from his belief in his message. At times these tactics are necessary marketing tactics. Overall, Dr Deepak Chopra's hand show him to be an effective leader, more so because he believes in a cause, and he can communicate very well, in an emotional way, and thus be even more effective. Maybe this is what modern gurus are all about – Communication and Marketing.
You might want to read about Osho Rajneesh or Nirmala Devi or Asaram Bapu, Swami Nithyananda or Bikram Choudhury.
Or try the label Spiritual leaders from different parts of the world which includes the personality readings of the Pope, the Ayatollah, Mother Teresa and also Sai Baba, Mahatma Gandhi and Pope Benedict XVI