Deepak Chopra – The Seven Spiritual Laws Of Success

Created on Thursday, 26 March 2009 20:47

From Library Journal
Teilhard de Chardin said, "We are spiritual beings having a human experience." Chopra builds on this powerful thought in this recording that expands his life's work in spiritual approaches to daily living. He explains the laws of pure potentiality, giving, karma, least effort, intention and desire, detachment, and dharma and includes useful suggestions on how to apply these fundamental, natural principles if one is truly searching for purpose and a satisfying life.

Ancient Vedic concepts form the basis of this philosophy of living, that transcends the Eurocentric theological dogma that seems to preoccupy Western thought.

 


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