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Deepak Chopra’s Latest Book, ‘The Seven Spiritual Laws of Superheroes,’ Links Ancient Wisdom to Modern Comic Book Mythology

Deepak Chopra’s bestselling book The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success offered readers rules to live by that had the power to materially transform their lives. But times have changed and we are balancing more than ever before. In THE SEVEN SPIRITUAL LAWS OF SUPERHEROES (HarperOne; June 2011; Hardcover; $25.99; ISBN 9780062059666), Chopra reveals seven new principles for rising to our potential and discovering the superhero within. Expertly guiding us through the essential principles that govern the realm of superheroes, he explains their relevance, importance, and how to apply them to our daily lives.

These seven new transformative laws will help us all uncover greater happiness, courage, balance, creativity, compassion, and purpose. From Buddha’s search for truth to Batman’s struggle with his dark side, from Wolverine’s exposing his greatest fears to Hanuman’s divine gifts of inspiration, New York Times bestselling author Chopra shows us how each law has the potential to awaken us to our own super powers. Together these laws offer the potential to improve our lives and the world around us. They are:

The Law of Balance
The Law of Transformation
The Law of Power
The Law of Compassion
The Law of Intuition
The Law of Creativity
The Law of Transcendence

In THE SEVEN SPIRITUAL LAWS OF SUPERHEROES, Chopra points out that great superhero stories are our own. They are metaphors for the challenges and conflicts we face in our lives and the powers—or inner wisdom—we must mine from within in order to overcome those challenges and continuously evolve.

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Superheroes Schedule
June 2               New York
June 6 – 7       Denver
June 8               Albuquerque
June 9 – 10     Los Angeles
June 13 – 14   San Francisco

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Deepak Chopra is the founder of The Chopra Foundation and Chopra Center for Wellbeing in Carlsbad, California and is acknowledged as one of the master teachers of Eastern philosophy in the Western World. He has written more than sixty books and has been a bestselling author for decades with over a dozen titles on the New York Times bestseller lists, including Buddha, Jesus, The Third Jesus, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, The Path to Love, and many others.
Gotham Chopra is an author and entrepreneur. Through Liquid Comics (http://www.liquidcomics.com), he has collaborated with the likes of John Woo, Guy Ritchie, Edward Burns, Nicholas Cage, Marcus Nispel, and more. He co-developed the story for the cult classic graphic novel Bulletproof Monk and executive produced the feature film alongside John Woo.

Praise for The Seven Spiritual Laws of Superheroes:
“Combining western scientific knowledge with eastern spiritual wisdom, Deepak Chopra has developed his own unique form of complementary, mind-body medicine. A hugely successful one-man industry with his own California-based Chopra Center for Wellbeing, the Indian-born physician has also made time to write some 49 books ranging from spiritual and medical advice to fiction. ” — U.S. News & World Report

“Superheroes have been part of the world’s culture since long before Superman and Spider-Man. In this remarkable book, the insightful Deepak Chopra probes the amazing origin of superheroes dating back to Buddha and Lord Shiva— a reading experience not to be missed.” — Stan Lee, co-creator of Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four, Iron Man, The Avengers, Thor and The Hulk
“Father and son “Chopra-ize” the world of Superheroes with insight, irreverence, and wisdom in their unique way. Never has the world been more in need of a new breed of heroes to re-invent our collective story and this book delivers heroically.” — Peter Guber, author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller Tell to Win

THE SEVEN SPIRITUAL LAWS OF SUPERHEROES
Harnessing Our Powers to Change the World
By Deepak Chopra with Gotham Chopra
HarperOne, an Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
June 2011 | Hardcover, $25.99 | ISBN 9780062059666

Source: San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 23, 2011

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