Gwyneth Gets her 'Goop' On
When America has a problem, America usually watches Oprah.
When Gwyneth Paltrow struggles with an emotional snag, she consults close pals like Deepak Chopra and senior advisers at the Kabbalah Center.
Regardless, Paltrow has sent out her first notice from her lifestlye portal Goop, and it's Dear Abbey for the glitterati. The email, in tasteful font and a graceful peppermint backspalsh reads:
This newsletter really needs very little by way of introduction. I am interested in spiritual disciplines within different religions and schools of thought. I thought it would be inspiring to periodically ask a question to a group of thinkers from various traditions on the subject that often confound me. Below you will find the first question and answers by Deepak Chopra, Michael Berg of the Kabbalah Centre, Episcopal priest Cynthia Bourgeault, Sufi Shaikh Kabir Helminski, and New York psychologist Karen Binder-Brynes.
--- Gwyneth Paltrow
The question posed deals with negative people and thinking, and each expert weighs in for Chris Martin's lady and her readers. Doesn't it reassure you that Gwyneth seeks amazing counsel? Meanwhile, good luck with your fortune cookie.