Seven Spiritual Laws of Life,
because these are the same principles that nature uses to create everything in material existence

The world-famous author Deepak Chopra defines success in life as the expansion of happiness and progressive realization of worthy goals with effortless ease. In his book, “Creating Affluence,” he had outlined the steps to Wealth Consciousness based on a true understanding of the workings of nature. Now “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” form the essence of Wealth Consciousness. When this knowledge is incorporated into your consciousness, it will give you the ability to create unlimited wealth with effortless ease and to experience success.

General people believe that success, including the creation of wealth, requires hard work, and often at the expense of others. The author explains the need for a more spiritual approach to success and to affluence. With the knowledge and practice of spiritual laws, we put ourselves in harmony with nature and create with carefulness, joy, and love.

Success is a journey, not a destination, and also includes good health, energy, and enthusiasm for life, fulfilling relationships, creative freedom, emotional and psychological stability, a sense of well-being, and peace of mind. Material wealth is only one component of success. Material abundance, in all its expressions, happens to be one of those things that make the journey more enjoyable.

As you gain more and more access to your true nature, you’ll also spontaneously receive creative thoughts. Franz Kafka, the Austrian philosopher, and poet, once said, “You need not leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. You need not even listen, simply wait. You need not even wait, just learn to become quiet. The world will freely offer itself to you to be unmasked. It has no choice.”

From the Book

“The source of all creation is pure consciousness, pure potentiality seeking expression from the unmanifest to the manifest. And when we realise that our true Self is one of pure potentiality, we align with the power that manifests everything in the universe.”

“The Spiritual Law is the process by which the unmanifest becomes the manifest; it’s the process by which the observer becomes the observed; … the seer becomes the scenery; … the dreamer manifests the dream. All of creation, everything that exists in the physical world, is the result of the unmanifest transforming itself into the manifest. Everything that we behold comes from the unknown. Our physical body, the physical universe anything and everything that we can perceive through our senses is the transformation of the unmanifest, unknown, and invisible into the manifest, known, and visible.”

“The source of all creation is divinity (or the spirit); the process of creation is divinity in motion (or the mind); and the object of creation is the physical universe (which includes the physical body). These three components of reality – spirit, mind, and body, or observer, the process of observing, and the observed are essentially the same thing. They all come from the same place: the field of pure potentiality which is purely unmanifest.”

“The first spiritual law of success is the Law of Pure Potentiality. This law is based on the fact that we are, in our essential state, pure consciousness. Pure consciousness is pure potentiality; it is the field of all possibilities and infinite creativity. This could also be called the Law of Unity because underlying the infinite diversity of life is the unity of one all-pervasive spirit. There is no separation between you and this field of energy… the more you experience your true nature, the closer you are to the field of pure potentiality.”

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About the author: Ashok Jainani
Ashok Jainani
(MA, MBA) is an independent market strategist and investment professional on devising multi-asset class market strategies and also advises on branding and corporate strategy. He uses proprietary trading tools in formulation of investment strategies using macro-economics, fundamental and technical analysis. He is also involved with a large social infrastructure project. He has wide academic knowledge in behavioral psychology, economics and financial markets and professional wisdom acquired over 29 years working in various capacities with well-known institutions, including UTI, SHCIL, The Economic Times and Mumbai-based stock brokerages heading research and market strategy. His periodic reports have been accessed by US Federal Reserve, has been interviewed by business channels and his views and articles have appeared in local and foreign media. He led an analyst team at a Mumbai brokerage to win ET-NOW StarmineThomsonReuters Awards and ZEE Business Awards 2009. A guest faculty at leading management institutes, he is widely travelled and visited several factories across diverse industries. Authored book titled Market Myths; MacMillan Publishers India (May 2011).Author can be reached at [email protected]

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