The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success

Deepak Chopra

Based on natural laws which govern all of creation, this book shatters the myth that success is the result of hard work, exacting plans, or driving ambition. In The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, Deepak Chopra offers a life-altering perspective on the attainment of success. Once we understand our true nature and learn to live in harmony with natural law, a sense of well-being, good health, fulfilling relationships, energy and enthusiasm for life, and material abundance will spring forth easily and effortlessly. 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.

Chopra believes that a person may attain “perfect health”, a condition that is free from disease, that never feels pain, and that cannot age or die.  Seeing the human body as undergirded by a “quantum mechanical body” composed not of matter but of energy and information, he believes that human aging is fluid and changeable; it can speed up, slow down, stop for a time, and even reverse itself, as determined by one’s state of mind. He claims that his practices can also treat chronic disease.

Deepak Chopra (born the 22nd October 1946) is an Indian-American author and alternative-medicine advocate.  A prominent figure in the New Age movement, his books and videos have made him one of the best-known and wealthiest figures in alternative medicine.  Chopra studied medicine in India before emigrating in 1970 to the United States, where he completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in endocrinology. As a licensed physician, in 1980 he became chief of staff at the New England Memorial Hospital (NEMH). In 1985, he met Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and became involved in the Transcendental Meditation (TM) movement. Shortly thereafter he resigned his position at NEMH to establish the Maharishi Ayurveda Health Center. In 1993, Chopra gained a following after he was interviewed about his books on The Oprah Winfrey Show. He then left the TM movement to become the executive director of Sharp HealthCare’s Center for Mind-Body Medicine. In 1996, he co-founded the Chopra Center for Wellbeing.

In 1998 he was awarded the Ig Nobel Prize in Physics for his very personal interpretation of quantum physics and its application to life, freedom and the pursuit of economic happiness.

One of the strongest reasons that lead men to art and science is the escape from everyday life with its painful rawness and gloomy lack of hope, from the slavery of their ever-changing desires.

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