Hi there!

I’m a member of an international group for English learners, and in one of our conversations I was talking about mindfulness, then a guy said that he was reading “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra” for the fourth time. Then I thought to myself: “Wow, this book might be marvelous, I want to read it too”. 🤩 Back then, I was about the finish “The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama”, another spiritual book. Reading such inspiring books in the morning gives me energy, enthusiasm, and a positive vibe for the day.

Deepak Chopra is an Indian-American author of many books and a supporter of alternative medicine. And “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” is a simple and straightforward book that succinctly spread its wisdom in 116 pages. The laws are the core values for a purposeful, meaningful, and still life. Humans cannot fully live their lives without them. Those who get to apply those laws are blessed for accomplishing such a feat because they will live their lives less worried, pressured, and anxious.

Those who have already read other spiritual books might have the impression that this book couldn’t add any novelty. On the other hand, if you’re a novice in reading spiritual books this is a good jumping-off point where you can get the most objective knowledge and practice to make your life more inspiring and meaningful.

I believe that some excerpts written by Chopra might sound a bit foreign to those who don’t believe in the energy that comes from nature or our true divinity.

Overall, I recommend this book to those who enjoy mindfulness and spiritual practices.

Here’s a mind map to sum up the main points explored in the book.

Now, I want to know a bit more about you. Have you read this book? What were your takeaways and impressions? Is this book on your to-read list? Please, let me know in the comments below.


Shirley is an avid learner, interested in self-development, healthcare, and mindfulness. As an English learner, she spreads the word about her process of learning English, that it might help someone in their process.


  1. I haven’t read books about mindfulness so far, and it seems interesting, so I’m going to add this book to my to-read list. Thanks for sharing.

    • Hey Patrycja. Thanks for the comment. Please, let me know your thoughts on this book if you decide to read it.

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