The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success – Deepak Chopra

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The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
By Deepak Chopra

For those treading the path of spiritual development, this book is essential reading. Through a simple narrative, it conveys certain truths that all of us already, deep down understand – the “Spiritual Laws” are the fundamental building blocks of life, encoded in our DNA.

In our modern world, we are led to believe that “success and competition” is the way to “happiness and material enlightenment,” and most strive through life believing this to be so. Understanding the psyche of man better than most, Deepak Chopra included “success” in the title to lure the unsuspected reader into the reality of the spiritual life that awaits everyone. If the truth be known, we are already “successful” by being present here on Earth.

The Spiritual Laws encased in Deepak Chopra’s little book of life awaken us to that realisation. According to the cover notes on the jacket, “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” is based on natural laws that govern all of creation. This book shatters the myth that success is the result of “hard work, exacting plans or driving ambition.”

“The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” could aptly be titled, as the author himself suggests in the introduction, “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Life,” because these are the same principles that nature uses to create everything in material existence – all that we see, hear, smell, taste or touch.

According to Chopra, all of creation, everything that exists in the physical world is the result of the unmanifest transferring itself into the manifest. Everything that we behold – our physical body, the physical universe – comes from the unknown. Anything and everything that we perceive through our senses is the transformation of the unmanifest, unknown and invisible into the manifest, known and visible.

Deepak Chopra says that the source of all creation is divinity (or the spirit); the process of creation is divinity in motion (or the mind), and the object of creation is the physical universe (which includes the physical body). These three components of reality: spirit, mind and body – as observer, the process of observing, and the observed – are essentially the same thing. They all come from the same place: the field of pure potentiality, which is purely unmanifest.

The physical laws of the universe are actually the whole process of divinity in motion, or consciousness in motion. When we understand these laws and apply them in our lives, anything we want can be created, because the same laws that nature uses to create a forest, or a galaxy, or a human body can also bring about the fulfilment of our deepest desires.

“The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” is essential reading for those on the path, who recognise that life is defined by more than just success. These laws permeate all that is and bring the spirit of our lives to the surface of existence, so that we may become who we are. Deepak Chopra’s “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” will help many to realise their potential in a meaningful and beautiful way.

 

 

In the beginning
There was neither existence or non-existence
All this world was unmanifest energy,
The One breathed, without breath, by its power
Nothing else was there.

Hymn of Creation
The Rig Veda

 

 

Seven spiritual laws of success Deepak Chopra
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
By Deepak Chopra

Published by Amber-Allen Publishing
Available www.amazon.com

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One Response to The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success – Deepak Chopra

  1. Gnome Annisan-Eyeland says:

    A truly excellent book, making the spiritual path accessible to novices and seasoned gurus alike. Chopra has the ability to explain complex concepts in everyday language and short chapters.

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