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by Deepak Chopra

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A definite re-read every 6 months to keep on track ( )
  GeneHunter | Mar 13, 2016 |
This is another one of those books I received through my friend's "inherited library." It was one that he didn't want, so he passed it along to me. Clearly this was originally a gift (I can tell because the dust jacket corner with the price has been cut away).

I have never read anything from Deepak Chopra, but I know the name. Here he presents the "Seven Spiritual Laws of Success," a list of ideas that are designed to help body and mind work in unison with the universe to achieve happiness, peace, and wellness (as well affluence). Each law is explained by Chopra, then the reader is given a list of actions to do that will help them enact each law in their daily lives.

I like a lot of the ideas presented in this book and will try to practice some of the techniques. Let's see what happens. ( )
  regularguy5mb | Mar 30, 2015 |
Had I read this book any more than a few months earlier I wouldn't have been able to digest its messages. Im so glad that I'm finding flow and the law of receiving finally, because it's bringing so many great books and experiences my way that previously were just lost on me. This book cross-pollinated my brain along with several other books I'm reading on energy medicine, meditation, ptsd, and mind-body healing. It's like the universe is suddenly making a little sense to me but even that little bit is immensely positive. Aha-moments (as Oprah calls them lol) are pinging all over the place in my brain.

You learn the seven laws of success:
1) Law of Pure Potentiality
2) Law of Giving (and Receiving)
3) Law of Karma
4) Law of Least Effort
5) Law of Intention and Desire
6) Law of Detachment
7) Law of Dharma

They all work in concert with each other, and when you are living in concert with your life and the energy field of the Universe all is well.

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2 vote Iroquois.Girl | Jan 6, 2015 |
Many platitudes but not much useful to someone even remotely introspective.
  ClosetWryter | Mar 3, 2014 |
I am glad I didn't try to read this book before I was ready to read it. This book is about finding yourself in the miasma of the world around us. It is about finding your place in "the field" that is the universe.

If I hadn't had a guide to help me find my first steps, I probably wouldn't have bought this book as anything but blather. However, because someone had started my feet in the proper direction, I can understand the significance of what the author says and why. I can see, and feel, what the words offer.

I could recommend this book to everyone, as it is an easy read. You have to be open to reading it, however, so I don't recommend just grabbing it to grab it. Take a little time to meditate on what you might learn, open your mind to new concepts... ( )
  gilroy | Aug 14, 2013 |
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You are what your deep, driving desire is.  As your desire is, so is your will.  As your will is, so is your deed.  As your deed is, so is your destiny. - Brihadaranyaka Upanishad IV.4.5
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Based on the phenomenal best-selling book by famed author Deepak Chopra and featuring all-new music from Olivia Newton-John, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success offers a life-altering perspective on the attainment of success. Beloved singer Olivia Newton-John and acclaimed director-actor Bill Duke (X-Men: The Last Stand, The Go-Getter) share powerful personal stories about challenges they've faced, which have nonetheless placed them firmly on the path towards experiencing life's fullest potential. Their compelling narratives are intertwined with Deepak's essential teachings, distilled into seven simple, yet profound principles that anyone can employ to create success and abundance in all areas of life. Featuring all-new original music and beautiful cinematography, this uniquely satisfying film is one you'll view many times Â? and derive something new each time.
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This is a simple yet profound guide to creating abundance and prosperity in our lives. Chopra outlines simple steps to wealth consciousness based on a true understanding of the natural world.

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Offering a spiritual approach to affluence, the author lists seven laws to be incorporated into consciousness to provide an understanding of money's nature and create wealth.

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