Here's a gem: "Over the years I've found that ill-tempered guardians of scientific truth can't abide speculative thinking." Do you know anything about science, Deepak? It's all about speculative thinking and asking "what if," but you test that speculation against measurable evidence, as opposed to your method of saying, "Hmm, wouldn't it be fun if this were true?"
Here's another: "No skeptic, to my knowledge, has ever made a major scientific discovery or advanced the welfare of others." Uh, Marie Curie, Warren Buffet, Angelina Jolie, Carl Sagan, Steve Wozniak. Do you live in a self-manifested knowledge bubble or something?
And finally: "Today, no right-thinking physician (or very few) would trace physical illness to sickness of the soul, or accept that the body is a creation of consciousness, or tell a patient to change the expression of his genes." And for good reason! He goes on, "But soon these forms of wrong thinking will lose their stigma, despite the best efforts of those professional stigmatizers, the skeptics."
Whenever I hear someone going on about how physical illness can be traced back to the soul, I feel like pulling a Joe Wilson, pointing my finger and saying, "You lie!" Yes, mental and emotional stress can take its toll on the body, but that doesn't mean every little defect in your body indicates a defect in your soul. This is the height of "blame the victim" mentality. What about babies that are born with birth defects? What the hell did they do? Genes don't always fire right. We don't control that.
A positive mental attitude is a good thing, but so are reason and realism. This whole idea that if you just believe enough, you'll get whatever you want (Harmonic Wealth, salvation, eternal youth, presents from Santa or the Tooth Fairy) is nonsense. The universe owes us nothing and we do not control it.
So go manifest somewhere else, Deepak.