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Las Siete Leyes Espirituales Del Éxito (Chopra, Deepak)
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For instance, there is some truth in this: No amount of money or success will solve these basic problems Choprah should add some caveats, as he almost never does, since clearly below a certain basic standard of living, a lack of material things can be a source of misery. But here the reader might reasonably think Choprah is imparting some wisdom. But then, all too frequently, he drifts off into never-never-land: What is the message the universe is giving me? Maybe a sete leg is espirituwles a broken leg.
Choprah never mentions this as even a possibility. It’s a good thing, but let’s leave the universe out of it. The quantum field is just another label for the field of pure consciousness or pure potentiality. Correlation is by definition bounded between zero and one, so what in the world does “infinite correlation” mean? We can’t have unlimited wealth.
We can’t deeapk anything we want. It’s so obviously false that it’s hard to understand how a thinking person could believe this. Choprah draws on some grand old Eastern and Western traditions, including Zen Buddhism, Toaism and Christianity for his ideas. And because those traditions contain a great deal of wisdom, there is some wisdom in Chprah’s teachings as well. But much of what he writes is absurd, and it’s hard to tell whether he is a clever flim-flam man, or an honest guy whose thinking is deeply muddled.
One thing is clear, he’s making a lot of money off of this stuff. Not “infinite wealth”, but several million, I’m sure.
For a much better book with some similar themes, read “Sacred Hoops” by Phil Jackson. View all 9 comments. A friend of my parents suggested I read this book while I was home for Christmas after she heard about my work situation. She suggested that I pick up the book immediately because I was in the “right frame of mind. Had I reminded myself of how important other things are as compared to work, t A friend of my parents suggested I read this book while I was home for Christmas after she heard about my work situation.
Had I reminded myself of how important other things are as compared to work, this book may have had a more profound impact. Probably a book I will pick up again in a few years when I have, or least hope to have, a different perspective. View all 3 comments. Deepak Chopra recycled some of his ideas – i. Buddhist ideas – to teach how to reach Which seems a kind of oxymoron to me.
This is a book of vague meaning delivered in impressive language with inconsistent meanings.
There is not much that could be disagreed with but to actually apply it to ones life, a message needs to be practical and pragmatic.
Particularly troublesome was the advice that success does not come from working hard. A more concrete presentation would have had to address that inconsistency. This could have been written by a spiritual self-help book generator. Select random quote from ancient classic in Eastern Philosophy. Construct paragraphs of the form: Do not pursue b. When you are at one wit This could have been written by a spiritual self-help book generator.
When you are at one with loss, Loss is experienced willingly” Lao Tzu Wisdom is not desiring, wisdom is awareness. The infinite is wisdom. Do not pursue knowing or achieving. I had heard so many good things about this book and I really wanted to like it, I just didn’t. Alot of what is written is dell of common sense and the rest seems like drepak falls under, “who the heck has time for this”?
I did enjoy the chapter on wealth that has a bit of a karma I had heard so many good things about this book and I really wanted to like it, Chorpa just didn’t. I did enjoy the chapter on wealth that has a bit of a karma sense to it. Spread your wealth and wealth will es;irituales to you is a belief I’ve held but Deepak Chopra expressed it better than I could.
It’s a quick read at least, but not one I would go out of my way to recommend to everyone. This book is basically Buddhism Had I known this was a complete a total rehash of the Choprz Dharma with an excess of mysticism sprinkled on and talk of money and espirittuales gain I would not have read it in the first place.
It clearly has good insights and definitely provides the reader a simpler deepka form of Buddhism, but Chopra never mentions his source Buddhism until the very end of his work only This book is basically Buddhism It clearly has good insights and definitely provides the reader a simpler written form of Buddhism, but Chopra never mentions his source Buddhism until the very end of his work only to quote Deepka Buddha.
The practical parts I appreciated, for example, ask yourself these particular questions, or consider each law on a different day of the week, or sit in meditation with the awareness of such and such. However, much of the explanation of the laws seemed vague or obscure.
And then saying more or less, “okay now, just follow these laws, la di da, and poof, you’ll have all the money and leye else you want,” put me off. Still, I was inspired at certain points, which is what I wanted spiritual ins The practical parts I appreciated, for example, ask yourself these particular questions, or consider each law on a different day of the week, or sit in meditation with the awareness of such and such.
Still, I was inspired at certain points, which is what I wanted spiritual inspiration.
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It was like the normal self-help books, fun reading never implementing. Today I will not judge any one. Best quote in the book.
More spiritual than scientific. Great ideas and philosophies. It would take roughly 1 hour to complete the book. Its a tiny book. And the message also i didnt find much intriguing. Not my cup of tea. I’ve never been deepao fan of spoonfed spirituality – never will be Too much eapirituales of the word “infinite”, without any relevance.
Most of the book is very abstract and doesn’t make sense. There are some good points in between though. All I must do is water it and then I can obtain all of my dreams, but if I don’t I must leys myself from those intents and desires because, ultimately, the universe has a reason for everything.
He has many good thoughts in the b very interesting thoughts, but I believe the foundation is rotten which leads to the decay of the rest of his argument. He has many good thoughts in the book, such as some info regarding the Law of Nature, but much of his ideas are severely skewed because they derpak founded upon the Law of Potentiality.
I do not believe that we are all divine- I know myself, and I’m certainly no God. It’s a exjto I can write this review, as I almost floated up to heaven reading this spiritually bloated self-help book. There’s good advice in here, no doubt about that. However, it’s covered in so much mystical malarkey that it’s hard to take seriously.
This was my first experience with Deepak Chopra, so maybe I needed to read his other works first to better understand where he’s coming from. Right now, though, I almost expected him to come out as a new all seeing prohphet here to explain us t It’s a miracle I can write this review, as I almost floated up to heaven reading this spiritually bloated self-help book. Right now, though, I almost expected him to come out as a new all seeing prohphet here to explain us the workings of the universe.
Hardly enlightening and very disappointing. If you must read this book, I advice you to read only the action steps at the end of every chapter, even though it already is a short pocketbook. Skip the baloney, take the useful. Because as Deepak says: To be honest, I think I might not have been “ready” for this book, or something.