Here’s a recap of 2018’s most popular posts about living life intentionally.
In the final chapter of the Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, Deepak Chopra suggests asking yourself:
1. If money was of no concern, what would I do?
2. How am I best suited to serve humanity?
Deepak Chopra talks about the value of flexibility in the sixth spiritual law, detachment.
“This doesn’t mean you give up your intention to create your desire, you don’t give up the intention and you don’t give up the desire, you give up your attachment to the result.”
“Attention energizes and intention transforms,” Deepak Chopra says in this chapter about intention and desire. “Whatever you put your attention on will grow stronger in your life. Whatever you take your attention away from will whither, disintegrate and disappear.”
When you’re in sync with the power of the universe, you can achieve your goals with surprising ease.
Deepak Chopra tells us that everything that is happening in this moment is the result of the choices we’ve made in the past.
Deepak Chopra says giving and receiving are part of the same action. If you want to receive more, you have to give more.
Seven Spiritual Laws has been such a touchstone for me that I’m going to recap each of these laws over the coming weeks. The first law is pure potentiality.
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