The Seven Spiritual Laws Of Success

Things are starting to lighten up a bit in our world, so I wanted to share a book that I have had by my side for years. It is “The Seven Spiritual Laws Of Success”, by Deepak Chopra (Amber-Allen Publishing, Inc. 2007). We allwant to be successful, and I believe that we allare, to some extent. I also believe that by following the principles in this book we can develop our best self, and manifest success on all levels.

The Seven Spiritual Laws Of Success are:

  • The Law of Pure Potentiality
  • The Law of Giving and Recieving
  • The Law of Karma or Cause and Effect.
  • The Law of Least Effort
  • The Law of Intention anf Desire
  • The Law of Detachment
  • The Law of Dharma or Purpose In Life

Each chapter is written in a manner that is easy to understand, and suggests ways in which you can incorporate the wisdom of each law into your daily life. You can read the book straight through, or you can go to the chapter that will be most helpful to you at any given moment. I used to keep this book on my bedside, now I keep it by my desk, because that is where I spend most of my time. I also journal my thoughts after reading a chapter, but that is not necessary for everyone to do.

The book is short (96 pages), and it is very easy to read just one chapter a day. You can read it in the morning and take the wisdom into your day, or you can read it at night, and take the wisdom into dreamtime. There are many ways that you can make use of this material, and they will all benefit you greatly. Happy reading!

(C) February 2021 Bonnie Cehovet

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Tools of Empowerment

I have a small table under the window by my desk. I have several things sitting on it, within reach. They are all what I call tools of empowerment – things that I can use to help make a decision, calm my mind, or bring a small moment of joy into my day. One of these things (at least for the month of October) is a deck of divination cards called “The Halloween Tarot” (by Kipling West). It is a lovely, non-threatening deck that I can use for myself and others.

Another deck that I have sitting out is “The Field Guide To Garden Dragons” (Arwen Lynch, author; Stanley Morrison, artist). Thisis a lovely, gentle, user-friendly deck that carries its own message, but that can also be used in conjunction with other decks.

Another item that I have sitting on this table, and this is an item that I have had for many years, is the book “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” (by Deepak Chopra). I have always admired Mr. Chopra’s work, and have found this small but powerful book to be a very good resource for grounding and centering myself.

How do you empower yourself? Do you put your tools of empowerment where you can easily find and use them? This is probably the very best way that we have of nurturing ourselves!