The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: An Experience Which Deserves To Be Shared6 min read
According to Deepak Chopra, “A seed doesn’t struggle to become a tree―it simply unfolds in grace.”
In his book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, Deepak Chopra provides different concepts to achieve success depending on his transformational work. He also declares that striving isn’t necessary as creation comes with ease.
In the past, we were all taught that success can only be accomplished by hardworking and strong ambitions, so we struggle everyday and exhaust ourselves to accomplish our goals. Deepak is saying now that the 7 spiritual laws are more important and powerful than struggling for years to reach our aims, without feeling exhausted our living out of balance.
Practicing these Spiritual Laws is capable of fulfilling your deepest desires with effortless joy by helping you realize that you can make all your dreams come true.
The good thing about these 7 laws of success is that they are very easy to understand and can be fulfilled by anyone without any intense conditions. Additionally, there are many available ways to learn more how to use them to enhance your life and reach your goals.
This book is one of the books which you can read once, then you have to read it again in the future to remind yourself of each law and check whether you have fulfilled it or not yet.
After reading these laws of success, you will feel that you are a different person; someone who is mindful, is capable of making conscious decisions and has greater ability to understand his inner self and reflect it in a better way.
In this article, we will explain more about these laws:
Law one: The Law of Pure Potentiality
These laws begin particularly with this law to focus on the importance of unity of everything and our essential state, pure consciousness.
In this chapter, Chopra emphasizes that if you have a certain feeling like guilt, fear, happiness, success, etc, then these are the basic aspects of your personality as all your relationships are a reflection of your relationship with yourself. He adds that problems won’t be solved by money or success, but rather they will only be solved by intimacy with your inner self.
Practicing the first law:
- Take 30 minutes twice a day.
- Practice some silence and meditation.
- Ponder over the secrets and the idealists within every living thing.
- Don’t judge, just practice non-judgment.
Second Law: The Law of Giving
Your body, your mind and this whole universe are in constant and dynamic exchange, so we must keep giving and receiving in order to keep wealth and affluence.
In other words, our life energy is always in a state of flow; therefore, we have to allow things like money, kindness and love to flow out of our lives to give some space for other things to flow in our lives.
There must always be an intention behind your giving and receiving to create happiness for the giver and receiver.
Additionally, you have to understand that giving with the wrong intentions is not what we are talking about here, as your giving must be selfless which comes from a sincere place for the good of the recipient without expecting anything in return.
Practicing the second law:
Choose a gift and give it to someone, then gratefully receive gifts. You also have to give and receive care, affection, appreciation and love to keep the wealth circulating.
Third law: The Law of Karma
Whether you are expecting this or not, these things which are happening with you are the result of your past choices.
The law of karma means the law of reaping what you sowed.
Make your choices wisely as every action will generate a force of energy that returns to us in like kind.
Practicing the third law:
You have to think twice before making any choice. Ask yourself about the consequences of this choice and whether or not it will bring happiness to you and to those around you.
Choose the actions which bring happiness and success to you and the others to ensure the flow of happiness and success to you.
Fourth Law: The Law of Least Effort
The Law of Least Effort focuses on the functions of nature’s intelligence, easily and without resisting. Follow your heart, and do what you think it is the “suitable” thing to do… Choose the path which flows easily and effortlessly with no resistance or struggles.
This law asserts that acceptance is the key even if the current situation simply seems unfair.
Practicing the fourth law:
You have to accept people, situations, and events for what they are. Be grateful for what they teach us about life and ourselves, and relinquish the need to defend your point of view.
The fifth law: The Law of Intention and Desire
Deepak Chopra sees this world at the quantum mechanical levels; without well-defined edges. So, your body is just a part of the whole body of this universe. Besides, you are just like a wave in the larger quantum field which is the universe.
Furthermore, through our true intentions, we can influence our environment and achieve our goals. Your present attention will help you reach your future plans as the future is created today.
Practicing the fifth law:
Start today with what you want to achieve in the future. Make a list of wishes which you like to fulfill in the future, and believe that there is a good reason for everything, whether your wishes are accomplished or not.
The sixth law : The Law of Detachment
To get what you want in the physical universe, you have to give up your attachment to the result, don’t relinquish your intention or desire to reach it but just the attachment to the result of this intention and desire.
This is a very hard law, but when you really abandon the attachment to the outcomes, you will get something beautiful, and you will be more satisfied with the result.
Practicing the sixth law:
Neither think of the results of your desires, nor aspire for high expectations. Just be yourself, let the others be themselves and allow solutions to spontaneously emerge.
The seventh law: The Law of Dharma
The Law of Dharma is fulfilled when you your unique talents at humanity’s disposal. It may seem an easy law when we talk about it, but it is really hard to accomplish.
We are naturally selfish; we think of our goals and aims only, forgetting that we live in this big world with billions of creatures. We need to understand this fact and try to serve others as it is essential to our ultimate evolution and happiness for a lifetime.
Practicing the seventh law:
Discover your talents and abilities, and try to use them in serving humanity, this will provide you with the feeling of the unlimited bliss and abundance.
Instead, this book will simply encourage you to pay attention to the cues of the universe.
Furthermore, these 7 spiritual laws have a way of building upon one another, but you must focus on one law at a certain time to enhance your understanding and practicing each of them.
In brief, this book has given many people the ability to create the new life which they desire with a lot of success and without great struggle or effort.
After reading this book, you will get the same results.