Are the Master Key Experience and Deepak Chopra’s Seven Spiritual Laws in harmony? You bet! I wrote this blog the first year I did the Master Key Experience, and have updated it a bit. I still am learning!
So, I got the audiobook “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” by Deepak Chopra from the library. After hearing about the Law of Least Effort, I wanted to learn more. I have enjoyed listening very much, now want to read it. I love the library! It is so great to check something out, see if you want to own it, or just borrow and return.
That is much the same concept as the Master Key Experience. You pay just $1 to start, and get to check it out before you commit to more. The class only starts once a year in September. If you want to get on the list to be notified, check out the Master Key Experience HERE.
Well, this book is excellent, and covers so much that we learned during our Master Key Experience! The Law of Least Effort was the reason I picked it up, but of course there are six other laws listed here!
- Law of Pure Potentiality
- Law of Giving
- Law of “Karma”
- Law of Least Effort
- Law of Intention/Desire
- Law of Detachment
- Law of “Dharma”
It is amazing how these Laws align with the Master Key System, and the Law of Compensation, and the Greatest Salesmen, and the Science of Getting Rich – really pretty much everything we have been learning. Yet it says it in a slightly different way, which of course enhances the learning.
Number 7, the Law of ‘Dharma’ is all about finding that ONE THING, your true purpose in life. I talk more about this HERE, check it out – especially if you are a fan of the movie City Slickers.
I will end with a quote from Deepak:
Every time you are tempted to react in the same old way, ask if you want to be a prisoner of the past or a pioneer of the future. Deepak Chopra
The Master Key Experience is all about finding new ways to react, to be a pioneer of the future! Super!
Really great ending quote! I liked the Seven Spiritual Laws of Success so much I purchased it–it’s been a while since I’ve read it though–thank you for the nudge to read it again! 🙂
Thanks Laura Lee. It is so good, and so in line with MKE material.