Monday, February 8, 2010

The Seven Laws

First picked it up in 2001.

Nothing resonated.

And I mean nothing.

Put it down. Filed it away.

Picked it up again in August of 2004, while dealing with some internal despair and self-doubt.

This time everything spoke.

And I mean everything.

After more than 400 reads, it still does to this day.

Deepak Chopra's masterpiece "The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success" is ideal for those who need an alternative to "traditional" methods of self improvement, which state you have to work hard, set goals, prioritize and a burning desire in order to be successful. It also happens to be one of those rare books that reads differently each time you pick it up, bringing you unusual clarity to present-day circumstances you are dealing with.

Are you facing a personal or professional dilemma right now that is forcing you to choose which way to turn?

Do you find yourself caught in the swirling confusion of modern-day chaos that makes it difficult to decide which choice is the right one for you?

Chopra argues you and I are infinite choice-makers and every moment represents a field of all possibilities with an infinity of choices. However, since most of our thinking and behaviour anticipates some form of response, those choices tend to be fear-based, often leading to less than desirable results.

Today, David Riklan, founder of, outlines the Seven Spiritual Laws and how they might impact your choices.

Outcomes of situations are determined in advance by the vision that went into solving them. In other words, inner qualities such as peace, clarity and focus determine all results.

Is this the week you discover the "Seven Spiritual Laws" in your own way?

"You can free yourself from aging by reinterpreting your body and by grasping the link between belief and biology"


David said...

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You can also learn more about the iPhone app on our Facebook page.

發財 said...

It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning to others.............................................