The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Pocketbook Guide to Fulfilling Your Dreams (One Hour of Wisdom) by Deepak Chopra

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Pocketbook Guide to Fulfilling Your Dreams (One Hour of Wisdom)
Deepak Chopra
Amber-Allen Publishing (2007)
ISBN 9781878424600
Reviewed by Irene Watson for Reader Views (04/10)

 

Deepak Chopra believes in spiritual laws; laws to live by and if lived work to the highest good of the person.  In the introduction it says “This little book is titled ‘The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success’ but it also could be called ‘The Seven Spiritual Laws of Life,’ because these are the same principles in material existence – everything we can see, hear, smell, taste, or touch.”  The seven laws covered in this pocket sized book are: pure potentiality, giving and receiving, karma or cause and effect, least effort, intention and desire, detachment, and dharma or purpose in life.

Personally I’ve been an advocate of Deepak Chopra’s work since his first book.  His own life, belief and health are great inspirations to follow while he gives gentle guidance.  This book, “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success,” is such guidance.  When we take the time to live each principle, our lives will be changed. He encourages us to take time for ourselves and just “be.”   As well, he encourages us to harmonize with others while accepting who they are, without judgment.  Sometimes this isn’t an easy task but if we follow the principles of spiritual awareness, all things are possible.  Little book, huge impact.


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