Source: books.google\r\nDeepak Chopra\u2019s book \u201cThe Seven\u00a0Spiritual Laws of Success\u201d is a fantastic read full of\u00a0great wisdom. These 7 Spiritual Laws can be applied in any and every phase of our lives.\u00a0Deepak mentions, \u201cLife is a force flowing through us. Where we direct our attention, this force flows. And every moment is an opportunity to direct our attention to ideas that inspire us.\u201d\r\nOne: The Law of Pure Potentiality\r\nPure potentiality is pure consciousness. From our physical body to the physical universe, everything comes from a common field of energy. You must have experienced this while doing something that you love \u2013 you get completely lost in the moment. You don\u2019t judge things or think about the end result. You just enjoy the moment. During such moments we experience our\u00a0true self. On the other side, if our internal reference point is driven by ego or judgment, we go through fear and doubt created by the uncertainty of events. Objects outside the self, circumstances, people and things, influence the ego. It wants control because it lives in fear.\r\nTwo: The Law of Giving and Receiving\r\nThis law is based on the fact that everything in the universe operates through the dynamic exchange because giving and receiving are different aspects of the flow of energy. Any stoppage of the flow of this energy interfaces with nature\u2019s intelligence. This isn\u2019t merely an object exchange but the exchange of true feelings. This law is very simple: if you want love, learn to give love and if you want appreciation, learn to appreciate. The more you give, more you will receive. Everything that comes to you isn\u2019t something that you earn, but a gift freely given by the universe, which means it comes from a deep awareness of what you need.\r\nThree: The Law of Karma or Cause and Effect\r\nKarma is both an action and the consequence of that action. This is about the conscious choices we make every day. The best way to use karmic law is to step back and notice the choices we make. How do we react to a failed attempt, someone\u2019s anger, a missed opportunity, appreciation, etc. If you notice your reaction carefully, you will see that you create whatever happens to you next.\r\nFour: The Law of Least Effort\r\nThis is the principle of \u2018do less\u2019 and \u2018achieve more.\u2019 If you observe nature, you will experience this law everywhere. Grass doesn\u2019t try to grow, it just grows; fish don\u2019t try to swim, they just swim. This is all about finding and following your intrinsic nature. The entire concept of intrinsic motivation is based on this law. When we seek power and control over other people, we spend our energy in a wasteful way. If the intrinsic motivator guides our actions, our energy multiplies and gives us more joy.\r\nFive: The Law of Intention and Desire\r\nThis is about experiencing two qualities \u2013 attention and intention. Whatever we give our attention to grows stronger. The intent is for the future, while our attention is in the present. If we have a strong intent for a positive future result and we direct our attention to it, we shall\u00a0achieve our goals. This can be achieved by practicing present-moment awareness. This will allow us to hold our attention to the intended outcome.\r\nSix: The Law of Detachment\r\nThis doesn\u2019t mean that we give up our desires. It just means that we move away from the attachment to the outcome. Attachment, on the other hand, binds us in doubt, fear, and insecurity. One appropriate example could be related to our happiness. Happiness is a state of mind, yet people still connect it to something else and say things like, \u201cif I get more money, I\u2019ll be happy.\u201d To be happy you just need to be happy.\r\nSeven: The Law of Dharma or Purpose in Life\r\nThis law says that all spiritual beings have taken a physical form to fulfill a purpose. We sometimes refer to this as\u00a0calling. Everyone has a unique gift that can fulfill the unique needs of others. When we blend this unique talent with service to others, we experience ultimate bliss.\r\n\r\nIf you are interested in reading this book, you can buy it on amazon.