- Publisher: 20TH CENTURY FOX (2006)
- ASIN: B0018NH27W
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (889 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,167,306 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
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I think extreme opposing reactions are typical to great works. And I do think that this is a great work.
The reason that I think it is so good is because the author is inspired to write what he does. This is a man who , from what I can tell, has been a seeker all his life. Ever the seeker, his path has led him to become an inspired teacher. To paraphrase Einstein--"Great minds have always had violent opposition by mediocre minds" But, I digress.
The important point that I want to express here is that it DOES NOT MATTER if what Mr. Chopra says is true or not. What is important is that it inspires real, positive change in peoples lives. The inspiration and the change are what are real. The details are irrelevant.
I have read this book many times because the words awaken something in my soul that has always been there.
If you believe what Mr. Chopra says then that is all that matters. If you think it is bunk, then that is all that matters as well. The power of ones belief is EVERYTHING. It can change lives, conquer countries, kill millions, or deliver someone from the depths of hell to the gates of heaven. It can also do absolutely nothing--depending on the believer and what is believed.Read more ›
There was a phrase that caught my attention. It read, "The operational software of your soul is karma, memory & desire". The chapter goes on to explain that everything is energy and information. Your attention to something energizes it, your intention transforms it. Therein lies the key, intent is desire without attachment to a particular outcome. A great quote from the book reads "The past is history, the future is a mystery, and this moment is a gift... that is why this moment is called the 'present'." So we must learn to accept the present and intend the future, for the future is created now in the present.Read more ›
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This book gave me a headache. This book is filled with a bunch of concepts that he has made up and has constantly redefined, sometimes in the same paragraph. Read morePublished 10 days ago by D. McGee
A very short interesting read with lots of advice to followPublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
One of Chopra's best. It has had an amazing impact on my life.Published 16 days ago by NewEnglandExplorer