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Deepak Chopra Wisdom Quotes two

If we share with caring, lightheartedness, and love,
we will create abundance and joy for each other.
And then this moment will have been worthwhile.

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This is a precious moment, but it is transient.
It is a little parenthesis in eternity.

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In our imaginations we believe that love is apart from us.
Actually there is nothing but love, once we are ready to accept it.
When you truly find love, you find yourself.

Deepak Chopra Wisdom Quotes

Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet.
It is a way of entering into the quiet that is already there -
buried under the 50,000 thoughts
the average person thinks every day.

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Human beings are made of body, mind and spirit.
Of these, spirit is primary,
for it connects us to the source of everything,
the eternal field of consciousness.

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It takes no effort to love.
The state has its own innate joy.
Questions answer themselves if you are aware enough.
Life is safe;
flowing with the current of being is the simplest way to live.
Resistance never really succeeds.
Controlling the flow of life is impossible.

Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul: How to Create a New You

Deepak Chopra’s new book, “Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul” is a guide for people interested in changing their lives and broadening their horizons. It is a book that is best read slowly and carefully. It explains how to change your way of thinking, how to broaden your life and the way you live, and offers tips to managing the stressors of your daily life in terms you can easily understand.

The book is divided into sections that detail how to reinvent your body and your soul, while offering ten steps to wholeness. Explaining the process as described in the book is difficult, so I won’t try to go into it here. Suffice it to say, that the instructions center on improving awareness of self and others, emphasizing love of self and others and offers strategies for finding, understanding and revealing the true nature of your soul.

Most people go their entire lives without thinking about their soul. This is because the soul is seen as separate from our daily lives, coming into action only at death.
Dr. Chopra’s book reveals that the soul is part of your every day life, and has always been there – a person just has to develop an awareness of the soul in order to learn how to nurture it, allowing each of us to live to our fullest potential.

My favorite section of the book relates to “letting go.” In this section the soul and the ego are at first incompatible, until they are reconciled by describing why we constantly react the way we do to being judged, or not being accepted by others. Each section of the book comes with real life examples and stories from other people’s lives. The stories are real and are always on point, illustrating a facet of life that we will all find familiar to our own situation.

The book is interesting, insightful, potentially life changing and important to read now. I would also add that anyone who is struggling with personal issues to read this book. The insights gained will allow anyone to reframe his or her perspective – which is usually when the real answers to our problems magically come to us, wouldn’t you agree?

Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul: How to Create a New You

On My Way To A Happy Life

On My Way To A Happy Life

What if you could teach your children 7 lessons that would help them on their way to a happy and successful life? With Deepak Chopra’s On My Way to a Happy Life, you can do just that! The ideas found inside this book are the the most timeless laws of the universe, presented in the simplest of terms for young children. When kids understand the way the world works from a spiritual point of view, it makes it easier for them to navigate through it with joy and love and happiness.

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Of all the Hay House children’s books I’ve read, “On My Way to a Happy Life” is one of my favorites. I feel happy just looking at the colorful whimsical illustrations. The beautifully simple wording of the messages invites children of all ages to contemplate living a happy life. It’s just delightful! My son and I enjoyed reading the book together and I plan to give it as gifts to my friends. How wonderful the world would be if we all lived by these lessons.

On My Way To A Happy Life

Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet

Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet

I think it’s inevitable that many of the reviews of this book will focus on opinions of Islam, and/or an analysis of how orthodox or unorthodox Chopra’s portrayal of Muhammad is. And as an ongoing discussion, that is certainly valid and interesting. I give Chopra credit for taking on the tale of Muhammad, as he will certainly open himself up to controversy by doing so (and hopefully the controversies will ultimately lead to constructive discussions and new understanding.)

However, I’m going to focus my review of this book on how it is as a spiritual novel, because I think it is first and foremost that. I think it is best read along with Chopra’s Buddha and Jesus, which are my two favorite of his books. In these three fictional (but well-researched) accounts of the world’s most well-known religious leaders, Chopra presents three very different spiritual journeys, but highlights common themes. Each feels himself as different from a young age. Each is a profound and devout seeker, and yet at some point is shocked and frightened by where his seeking leads him. Each grapples with his spiritual calling in a personal way, and then feels compelled – although for different reasons – to share what he has come to understand. And Chopra does a good job of placing each of them within the context of their respective historical times, thereby showing us how and why each of their teachings evolved into the religions that they did.

However, Chopra also recognizes the very key differences between these three individuals, or at least how they have come down to us through history. As he says “Muhammad didn’t see himself like Jesus, called the son of God, or like Buddha, a prince who achieved sublime, cosmic enlightenment.” Muhammad saw himself as an ordinary man, called upon by Allah through the angel Gabriel to ‘recite’ the teachings that became the Koran (or Qur’an.) He was, according to Islam “the last prophet.” And this book does a good job of showing the relationship of Muhammad’s teachings to the Jewish and Christian teachings of the time.

Chopra chooses to tell the story of Muhamad’s life in a unique form – each chapter is told from the perspective of a different individual in his life, 19 in all. They range from his nurse-maid to family members, from slaves in Mecca to early converts, from his children to his worst enemy. This makes the novel read almost like 19 separate short-stories, which can feel disjointed at times, but the episodes they tell from Muhammad’s life are sequential, so this provides a through-thread. In his introduction, Chopra states that he chose to do this in order to “lessen the impact of our modern-day judgments”. As he puts it, “The first people to hear the Koran had as many reactions to it as you or I would if our best friend collared us with a tale about a midnight visit from an archangel.”

For those looking for a more academic introduction to Muhammad and the teachings of Islam, Chopra does provide a basic life chronology, and an Afterword covering the 5 pillars and 6 core beliefs of Islam, along with other teachings. He also provides some more details on Muhammad’s life, and how Islam evolved after his death.

Overall, I think this is an important book, if for no other reason than it will introduce many people for the first time to Muhammad and Islam. Of course, no one should read this and consider themselves fully informed about Islam. This book is one author’s fictional take on Muhammad – although it is an author who has spent decades immersed in spiritual and religious studies. And as I said above, I actually think it has the most value when read as an account of one man’s spiritual journey. Seekers will recognize the humanity of Chopra’s Muhammad, his own spiritual longings and fears, and the complexities of his own reactions and those of people around him. To me, this seems to be Chopra’s main goal in writing all three of these novels – Muhammad, Jesus, and Buddha – and I recommend all of them.

Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet

The Shadow Effect: Illuminating the Hidden Power of Your True Self

Wow. This book is really amazing. When I closed the book after reading its final pages, I could feel a complete shift in how I understand myself as a human being and how I can begin to understand those around me. It gave me such a profound compassion for myself and for the formation of my shadow. I thought, until I read this book, that this deep, dark place inside of me that I’ve tried to hide and overcompensate for was just my private shame. But Deepak, Debbie and Marianne explain that it’s really the operating system that is running inside of every human being. It’s universal. This book truly belongs in the annals of history alongside other works by great philosophers and thinkers. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

The Shadow Effect: Illuminating the Hidden Power of Your True Self

The Book of Secrets: Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life

I’m a long-time reader of Dr. Chopra’s books, but this one is truly unique. It pulls no punches, telling the whole story of how he sees spirit and the path to enlightenment. In the past Dr. Chopra has used a lot of pop metaphors to get his message across and has been lumped with motivational writers like Wayne Dyer and Tony Robbins, but in The Book of Secrets he is all spiritual, and for me that is really exciting. If you want to learn about everything from good and evil to life after death and the five illusions that create unreality, this is the book for you.

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Part of me wants to dismiss Chopra as touchy-feely new-agey fluff, but I keep reading him because there are such profound resonant truths underneath everything he writes about. He goes a little off the uh, “deep,” end now and again, but really, he does a fine job of relating ancient eastern principles in a very personal and understandable way. He’s actually going over the same material with each new book, but to his credit, he finds so many different ways to relate it to the modern world, and to different mindsets — each book is better than the last. I think of him as the Alan Watts of this era. There are a lot of “wow” moments in this one, and a very enjoyable journey. I’ve read through it several times already.

The Book of Secrets: Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life

The Ultimate Happiness Prescription: 7 Keys to Joy and Enlightenment

If you are a fan of “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” then you will LOVE Deepak’s new book, The Ultimate Happiness Prescription! It’s the same kind of format: accessible, practical wisdom to use every day of your life. Each chapter is one of the seven keys to joy and enlightenment. You will want to memorize them! The insights are profound, and simply life-changing. This is the book we have been waiting for from Deepak, the one we will read over and over again and cherish each time! I am going to get several copies to give as holiday gifts this year.

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The best qualities about this book are 1) its readable 2) short and pithy- the writer does not assume the reader is an idiot and babbles on about one thought for pages on end. He gets to the point 3) organised beautifully with exercises at the end of the chapters to help you develop the theories presented

I like this book for its message and writing. I would give it a shot. I don’t know if there are better book out there, but this lil book is a good read and I think you will find the principles useful.

The Ultimate Happiness Prescription: 7 Keys to Joy and Enlightenment

The Seven Spiritual Laws for Parents: Guiding Your Children to Success and Fulfillment

I was aware that I wanted some guidance to focus on the spiritual aspects of my child’s development. This book offers such a guide. It is not meant to be the concise book on parenting. Parenting, like everything in life, is a continuing journey of discovery, and different books and resources provide for different areas of that development. This book has heaps of ideas for incorporating simple activities in your life to introduce spiritual principles to your family. The information was incredible for developing my own awareness so I’m very excited about sharing it with my child, partner, and extended family – and learning even more myself in the process!

The Seven Spiritual Laws for Parents: Guiding Your Children to Success and Fulfillment

The Third Jesus: The Christ We Cannot Ignore

The Third Jesus: The Christ We Cannot Ignore

The Third Jesus… as Deepak Chopra so beautifully writes, is the Jesus whose teachings we have somehow failed to heed. It is the Jesus who tells us the “Kingdom of Heaven is within” and to “Be Still and know that I am God” which are messages directing us back to ourselves so that we might contemplatively experience God. Jesus tells of the need for unconditional love, non judgment and embodying the innocence of a child to enter into this awareness. One need only read a newspaper to realize how we have failed to understand. Yet throughout history we learn of Saints and Sages who have understood. It is the responsibility of each of us individually to seek that awareness and realize our true potential. Deepak Chopra is simply reminding us.

The Third Jesus: The Christ We Cannot Ignore

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