{read online kindle} The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your DreamsAuthor Deepak Chopra – Bilb-weil.de

This is a book you will cherish for a lifetime, for within is pages are the secrets of making all your dreams come true 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 ambitionInstead, Deepak Chopra offers a life altering perspective on the attainment of success When we understand our true nature and learn to live in harmony with natural law, a sense of well being, good health, fulfilling relationships, and material abundance spring forth easily and effortlessly Deepak Chopra is the bestselling author of numerous books and audio programs that cover every aspect of mind, body, and spirit His groundbreaking books blend physics and philosophy, the practical and the spiritual, with dynamic resultsThe Seven Laws of Success distills the essence of Chopra s teachings into seven simple, yet powerful, principles that can easily be applied to create success in all areas of your life Filled with timeless wisdom and practical steps you can apply right away, this is a book you will want to read and refer to again and again


10 thoughts on “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your Dreams

  1. Mike W Mike W says:

    This book has some useful insights, but they are buried among a lot of vague mysticism and nonsense For instance, there is some truth in this..if you have guilt, fear and insecurity over money, or success or anything else then these are reflections of guilt, fear and insecurity as basic aspects of your personality No amount of money or success will solve these basic problems One has only to look at Charlie Sheen or Lindsay Lohan to see that material goods will not solve deep psychological This book has some useful insights, but they are buried among a lot of vague mysticism and nonsense For instance, there is some truth in this..if you have guilt, fear and insecurity over money, or success or anything else then these are reflections of guilt, fear and insecurity as basic aspects of your personality No amount of money or success will solve these basic problems One has only to look at Charlie Sheen or Lindsay Lohan to see that material goods will not solve deep psychological or spiritual problems Choprah should add some caveats, as he almost never does, since clearly below a certain basic standard of living, a lack of material things can be a source of misery But here the reader might reasonably think Choprah is imparting some wisdom But then, all too frequently, he drifts off into never never land if you break your leg while playing sports, you might ask, What can I learn from this experience What is the message the universe is giving me Maybe the universe is a silent void with no intention or message at all Maybe a broken leg is just a broken leg Choprah never mentions this as even a possibility Money is really a symbol of the life energy we exchange and the life energy we use as a result of the service we provide to the universe Money is a means of exchange that allows forefficient transactions than simple barter It s a good thing, but let s leave the universe out of it at the level of the quantum field, there is nothing other than energy and information The quantum field is just another label for the field of pure consciousness or pure potentiality This is rather different form the description in the Feynman Lectures One characteristic of the field of all possibilities is infinite correlation Correlation between what and what Correlation is by definition bounded between zero and one, so what in the world does infinite correlation mean When your actions are motivated by love, your energy multiplies and accumulates and the surplus energy you gather and enjoy can be channeled to create anything that you want, including unlimited wealth No, it can t We can t have unlimited wealth We can t create anything we want It s so obviously false that it s hard to understand how a thinking person could believe this.Choprah draws on some grand old Eastern and Western traditions, including Zen Buddhism, Toaism and Christianity for his ideas And because those traditions contain a great deal of wisdom, there is some wisdom in Chprah s teachings as well But much of what he writes is absurd, and it s hard to tell whether he is a clever flim flam man, or an honest guy whose thinking is deeply muddled One thing is clear, he s making a lot of money off of this stuff Not infinite wealth , but several million, I m sure For a much better book with some similar themes, read Sacred Hoops by Phil Jackson


  2. Margie Margie says:

    Very disappointing I mean, it s Deepak Chopra Gotta love him, right Turns out, not so much.I agree with the laws he suggests But they re cloaked in such hooey and psychobabble that I gagged Why not just say that it s important to spend part of every day in stillness in order to connect with our inner selves and break free of the material world rat race, rather than going on and on about our mystical connections to the universe It seemed to be very much pandering to Westerners who want to fe Very disappointing I mean, it s Deepak Chopra Gotta love him, right Turns out, not so much.I agree with the laws he suggests But they re cloaked in such hooey and psychobabble that I gagged Why not just say that it s important to spend part of every day in stillness in order to connect with our inner selves and break free of the material world rat race, rather than going on and on about our mystical connections to the universe It seemed to be very much pandering to Westerners who want to feel spiritual while they also reject Western religion I don t begrudge them the inclination to look to Eastern religions for a spiritual home As a Unitarian Universalist I believe that there are multiple paths to The Divine It was the pandering aspect that really turned me off.I was also offended by the constant references to wealth and money Although Chopra frequently points out that success and abundance aren t just about money, he mentions money again and again And some of what he writes is just bullchite He says that if decisions are right, they ll make us feel good Whole lot of nuance there, mate What about gut wrenching, heart breaking decisions having to do with things like end of life decisions I initially gave this two stars because I don t disagree with the laws themselves But as I ve written this review, I ve becomeandupset, and have lowered my rating to one star


  3. Tami Tami says:

    The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success is a labelled as one hour of wisdom, a pocketbook guide to fulfilling your dreams It is written by world renowned author, Deepak Chopra This little book may be small but it is filled with a lot of good common sense wisdom The work is divided into seven section, one chapter for each of the seven spiritual laws of success The Law of Pure Potentiality, The Law of Giving and Receiving, The Law of Karma, The Law of Least Effort, The Law of Intention and Desire, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success is a labelled as one hour of wisdom, a pocketbook guide to fulfilling your dreams It is written by world renowned author, Deepak Chopra This little book may be small but it is filled with a lot of good common sense wisdom The work is divided into seven section, one chapter for each of the seven spiritual laws of success The Law of Pure Potentiality, The Law of Giving and Receiving, The Law of Karma, The Law of Least Effort, The Law of Intention and Desire, The Law of Detachment, and The Law of Dharma For those who have read other works by the author or who have begun their own spiritual journey, the concepts set out in this book are not ground breaking In fact, many are quite familiar This is not surprising as Chopra s work has laid the groundwork for theoretical and practical work in these fields of study in the western world Nonetheless, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success is a handy little reference It fits nicely in a purse or a backpack so it can easily serve as a handy little reminder when needed


  4. Dana Dana says:

    I ve been reading this book for a few weeks It s somewhatcomplex and requires time to unravel and let the concepts sink in It s definitely readable, I have just had to read one chapter at a time and let the laws sink in one at a time before exploring the next It shifts the thinking about the universe and our place in it Rather than approach us as stardust or inconsequential, it challenges the individual to see that we are the center of OUR universe and we have to deliberately creat I ve been reading this book for a few weeks It s somewhatcomplex and requires time to unravel and let the concepts sink in It s definitely readable, I have just had to read one chapter at a time and let the laws sink in one at a time before exploring the next It shifts the thinking about the universe and our place in it Rather than approach us as stardust or inconsequential, it challenges the individual to see that we are the center of OUR universe and we have to deliberately create what surrounds us and what is inside of usit s a chicken egg kind of thing that takes some philosophical thought to digest Very fun reading Pushes the envelope on spirituality


  5. Matthew Moes Matthew Moes says:

    I resisted Deepak Chopra for many years until now, for no really good reason Perhaps it s got something to do with The Love Guru which I did not like poking fun at new age cliches But I needed an audio book for the commute and wasn t sure what to go with so I opted for something short This was 90 minutes, read by the author and irresistibly enlightening So much so that I stayed with it and heard it over and over several times I hope it sunk in The really great thing about this book is I resisted Deepak Chopra for many years until now, for no really good reason Perhaps it s got something to do with The Love Guru which I did not like poking fun at new age cliches But I needed an audio book for the commute and wasn t sure what to go with so I opted for something short This was 90 minutes, read by the author and irresistibly enlightening So much so that I stayed with it and heard it over and over several times I hope it sunk in The really great thing about this book is that it is short so you can read it quickly or take your time to really process the concepts The seven laws 1 Pure potentiality2 Giving3 Cause Effect Karma 4 Least Effort 5 Intention and Desire Intention Attention 6 Detachment 7 Purpose Dharma Maybe what is so appealing about this spiritual genre is that it usually presents universal concepts in simple terms A person of faith can relate them back to the teaching of their own religious persuasion and enjoy the reminders in a fresh context


  6. Mikell Mikell says:

    This book changed my life It found me at the perfect time and I ve been reading it almost daily since then It shifted me from viewing uncertainty as something unsettling to a gift the law of potentiality Everything is as it should be has become my mantra Even after loosing my home and most of my possessions to a flood, I had faith that it was a blessing in disguise It was Each of the laws has lifted me to a better place, andpeaceful perspective When I read the book, I could feel This book changed my life It found me at the perfect time and I ve been reading it almost daily since then It shifted me from viewing uncertainty as something unsettling to a gift the law of potentiality Everything is as it should be has become my mantra Even after loosing my home and most of my possessions to a flood, I had faith that it was a blessing in disguise It was Each of the laws has lifted me to a better place, andpeaceful perspective When I read the book, I could feel fear melt away, and it hasn t returned This is a book I have no intention of finishing


  7. Erika Birdsley Erika Birdsley says:

    This is the first book I ever read by Deepak Chopra.How I found this book was one day, outside of my apartment in San Jose, California, there was a very nice side table with a little drawer in front, abandoned at the sidewalk I looked around, and it appeared that someone had put it there to get rid of it I was looking for a small table as a meditation table, so cleaned it up and took it inside.Through three moves, through two states, this little table wound up going between Washington, Oregon This is the first book I ever read by Deepak Chopra.How I found this book was one day, outside of my apartment in San Jose, California, there was a very nice side table with a little drawer in front, abandoned at the sidewalk I looked around, and it appeared that someone had put it there to get rid of it I was looking for a small table as a meditation table, so cleaned it up and took it inside.Through three moves, through two states, this little table wound up going between Washington, Oregon and back to California A friend of mine in Washington had packed up all my belongings for me while I searched for an apartment in California, after deciding to move back there When all of my belonging had arrived back to California, including this little abandoned table that I had turned into a meditation table, inside the drawer, which previously had not contained anything save some mala beads and a couple pamphlets on Diamond Way Buddhism, was this book The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.The dustcover was gone, and someone had scrawled on the inside to a friend that, This book changed my life I queried my friend in Washington who had helped me move and he denied putting the book in the drawer He also wasn t one to read books like Deepak Chopra or anything simililar.Since that time, back in 2008, I have incorporated this book almost on a daily basis in both my meditation practice, my massage therapy practice as well as my intuitive counseling practice.Although the first book I read by Deepak Chopra, it is second on my list only to another of his Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul.Both are must reads for those on the Spiritual Journey Path


  8. Melina Melina says:

    This ios my favorite gift book It is simple straight forward advice of how to grow spiritually advise we all can use daily


  9. Chadwick Von Lexington Chadwick Von Lexington says:

    Terrific book An amazing friend of mine bought the pocket book version for me and I ve referred to it every day You can literally breeze through it in under one hour flat, and at the end of each law , Deepak sums up everything he talked about, which makes skimming super easy and quick Every time I look back and remind myself on what to practice everyday, I gain a great sense of calmness and relaxation knowing that these laws are easy to follow and extremely beneficial in yours and other peop Terrific book An amazing friend of mine bought the pocket book version for me and I ve referred to it every day You can literally breeze through it in under one hour flat, and at the end of each law , Deepak sums up everything he talked about, which makes skimming super easy and quick Every time I look back and remind myself on what to practice everyday, I gain a great sense of calmness and relaxation knowing that these laws are easy to follow and extremely beneficial in yours and other people s daily lives Deepak knows what s up A must read for anyone who is looking to nurture their soul


  10. Phayvanh Phayvanh says:

    What really helped me about this book was Deepak s universal meditation thing at the end where he asks everyone to focus on a specific spiritual law on a specific day So for about a year, I did this Sunday, being conscious of the Law of Pure Potentiality, for instance This practice helped me to becentered and aware of synchronicities I also really appreciated life alot when I was in this practice I don t know why I m no longer doing this Other than that, this book is pretty slim What really helped me about this book was Deepak s universal meditation thing at the end where he asks everyone to focus on a specific spiritual law on a specific day So for about a year, I did this Sunday, being conscious of the Law of Pure Potentiality, for instance This practice helped me to becentered and aware of synchronicities I also really appreciated life alot when I was in this practice I don t know why I m no longer doing this Other than that, this book is pretty slim and fluffy, like pastry