The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success: Law 1. The Law of Pure Potentiality

The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success

By: Deepak Chopra

Deepak Chopra states that, The source of all creation is pure consciousness . . . pure potentiality seeking expression from the unmanifest to the manifest. And when we realize that our true Self is one of pure potentiality, we align with the power that manifests everything in nature.

I will put the Law of Pure Potentiality into effect by making a commitment to take the following steps:

1. I will get in touch with the field of pure potentiality by taking time each day to be silent, to just Be. I will also sit alone in silent MEDITATION at least twice a day for approximately thirty minutes in the morning and thirty minutes in the evening.

2. I will take time each day to commune with nature and to silently witness the intelligence within every living thing. I will sit silently and watch a sunset, or listen to the sound of the ocean or a stream, or simply smell the scent of aFLOWER. In the ecstasy of my own silence, and by communing with nature, I will enjoy the life throb of ages, the field of pure potentiality and unbounded creativity.

3. I will practice non-judgment. I will lBEGIN my day with the statement, “Today, I shall judge nothing that occurs,” and throughout the day I will remind myself not to judge.

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48 Laws of Power: Law #13 When Asking For Help, appeal to People’s Self-Interest, Never to Their Mercy

Law 13: When asking for help, appeal to people’s self-interest, never to their mercy

  •      Do not remind people of past deeds.
  •      Find something that will benefit them and emphasize it out of proportion.

I wouldn’t say I disagree with this law, instead I have a different method.

As the God of Networking outlines in Never Eat Alone the key to getting what you want from your contacts is… GENEROSITY.

There is a law(forgot the name) that when you do something for people, when they return the favor they will be compelled to do something bigger. Think about it guys, if you go out with a new acquaintance and he pays for the drinks, the next time you go out it feels somewhat improper if you just paid for the drinks again, so you are compelled to do something more e.g. buy him/her a lunch.

So now you know you have to give in order to get.

With regards to gifts, it’s not about the money, it’s about the experience.

Sure expensive liquor and a fancy lunch are impressive, but top execs get that all the time. So in order to stand out, you gift them a good experience, a good feeling.

  • I remember in a podcast how Noah Kagan(entrepreneur) got together with one of senior people in Reddit. He found out the guy was an avid runner, got him a nice pair of running shoes and a year-long subscription to a runner’s magazine. The guy didn’t care about the shoes or the magazine, but the fact that Noah took the time to know him, impressed him. He got $20,000 worth of advertising space on Reddit for $1,000 in return!

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48 Laws of Power: Law #3 Conceal your Intentions

Law 3: Conceal your intentions

  •      Keep people off-balance. They cannot prepare if they don’t know. Guide them down the wrong path.

An old banking saying:

“Push the background to the foreground and the facts underground.”

Deceive by being open with information that does not matter while hiding those things that really are important. Information overload.

Sometimes a “shit test” can be deflected by going on a long story surrounding the topic but never exposing anything. By giving abundant useless information you appear to be addressing her feelings while never actually giving anything away. She at least feels she got an explanation and since it was her emotion that mattered to her she feels satisfied.

“Giving the runaround.”

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48 Laws of Power: Law #1 Never Outshine the Master

Law #1 Never Outshine the Master

  •      Make those above you feel superior. Do not show your talents too much, it’ll make them insecure.
  •    Make the master appear more brilliant than they are.

Practical application: If you’re trying to flirt with a woman who is with a group of women and men, make sure you include the men and the unattractive female friends. People will already feel uncomfortable with your presence, make them feel valuable by allowing them to be themselves in a situation that’s commonly followed by men trying to AMOG each other.

Core lesson: Give value. Everyone is a “master” in their own way. The fool who has taken TRP will try to make others feel like shit and assert his dominance. The real RPer will give value to those who deserve it and isn’t afraid to have the spotlight being on someone else, since he is that sure of himself.

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