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Carry it with you in your purse or your pocket, and in less than one hour, you can learn the secrets to success with this pocket-sized edition of Chopra’s classic bestselling book. Success comes easily and naturally when we align with the natural laws that govern all of creation, but repetition is the key to learning! Take the wisdom with you, and whenever you have a spare moment, reinforce the seven principles that will change your life forever.
"A must-read for anyone who missed The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran." — The New York Times
“Of all Deepak’s books, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success gives a profound outline for conducting one’s life at the highest and most integrated level. It is magnificent.” — Anthony Robbins, Author, Unlimited Power
“The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success make wonderful guiding principles for anyone attempting to create a productive and satisfying life or human organization.” — Ken Blanchard, Co-author, The One Minute Manager
“The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success is a virtual reality tool-kit for the 21st-century spiritual traveler.” — Peter Guber, Chairman and CEO, Sony Pictures Entertainment
About the Author
Deepak Chopra is a world-renowned leader in the fields of holistic health and human potential. He is The New York Times bestselling author of numerous books and audio programs that cover every aspect of mind, body, and spirit. His books have been translated into more than 50 languages, and he travels widely throughout the world promoting peace, health, and well-being.
Though we all seek happiness, usually it's a side effect of having what we want, whether that's a family, a house, a good job, friends or money. But according to holistic well-being expert and one-man media empire Chopra (The Ten Commitments, The Seven Spiritual Laws), all of those reasons come and go like a passing breeze. Citing the wisdom of Vedanta, one of the world's oldest philosophies, Chopra demonstrates how happiness for a reason is just another form of misery-as that reason can be taken away from us at any time. Chopra offers no quick fixes for this inner journey to happiness for its own sake-"the key to lasting happiness is to identify with the unchanging essence of your inner self, your source"-but does offer provocative questions along the path: "How can I live with effortless ease?," "When will I be fully awake?," "What is grace and how do I live in it?" The wordy chapters can be hard to get through, and some passages may require multiple readings to fully digest ("Thought, at a primordial level, is an impulse of energy and information, and it comes from the field of pure consciousness"). Still, millions of devotees will find this title, extending the philosophies laid out in his other books, audio and video programs, of great interest. For neophytes, though, Chopra's panoply of ideas may be too hard to grasp and his goals too lofty for practical self-help.