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وصفات الطبيب للسعادة القصوى

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ها هو ديباك شوبرا مؤلف الكتب الأكثر مبيعاً بحسب النيويورك تايمز يفتح لك أبواب الإكتفاء الكليّ التام بمساعدتك على: -تعرُّف السعادة الحقيقية وعدم الإكتفاء بأقلّ منها أو ما دونها. -إيجاد إعتبارك الذاتي الحقيقي الذي لا يعتمد وجوده على شيء خارج ذاتك. -العودة إلى حالة الفرح والسعادة والسلام وتحقيق الذات التلقائي، التي هي حقك الطبيعي الذي وُلد معك. -التركيز على الحاضر وتعلُّم عيش ...more
Paperback, 138 pages
Published 2013 by دار العلم للملايين (first published November 17th 2009)
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stinaz
I've never read any Deepak Chopra books before, perhaps now I know why. I contemplated giving this a 2 because it was filled primarily with vague statements and murky instructions. It reminded me of the Family Guy episode where Brian writes a best seller. But alas, there were some good ideas in there - even if you had to extrapolate a bit to get them. The problem was the instructions for each of the 7 keys were even more vague, in fact, some just didn't make much sense at all. Or perhaps it's ju ...more
Anna Lorraine
I LOVE THIS BOOK!!! There's so many life lessons that you shouldn't miss! This book is a must read to all of us. For us to understand ourselves more in much deeper and clearer perspective. This book made me surrender to my mother after we had a small fight. I love the part which Dr. Chopra shares the concept of: What is most important to us, TO BE RIGHT OR TO BE HAPPY??!!! Most of us chose to be right yet we ended up being wounded and unhappy. We all seek for happiness.. and we just couldn't fin ...more
Siba
Mar 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book will forever be a favorite. It's mind and life changing. I just wanted to read and read and did not want to put it down. It's very deep and needs to be reread to sink in. The only thing I didn't like about it was how he says at the end of the book that we become God and have God consciousness. That is not possible and stems from ignorance of the qualities of the Creator of the universe. Other than that, the book is priceless and I'm now interested in reading more of Deepak Chopra's boo ...more
Jennifer
Jun 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
Deepak Chopra gives us the keys to enlightment. It is now up to us to open the doors. This was a quick read and extremely helpful. The writing style is easy to follow. I finished this book feeling lighter and inspired. One of my favorite "self-help" books.
Rose
Quick review for a quick read. A library read that was recommended to me regarding texts on mindfulness. I really enjoyed it. "The Ultimate Happiness Prescription" is one of the most concise, inspiring reads that I've picked up in its respective genre. Chopra's explanation of the seven keys are logical, honest, encouraging, and informative. While admittedly much of this may be simply stated, I think revisiting the affirmations helps in one quick guide that's easy to flip back to and put to pract ...more
Desiree
Feb 03, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I did not like this book as much as his previous books. A short, quick read.

On page 13, he unveils his formula for happiness:
Happiness= Set Point + Conditions of Living + Voluntary Activities. We all have a certain set point, which is how naturally happy you are. Unhappy people seem to interpret situations as problems, while happy people see the very same situations as opportunities. He says researchers have found that around 40% of our happiness relates to this set point.

One of the goals is to
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Judith Symonds
Aug 12, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone searching for a better way of life,
This is a very quick read - (139 pages) and I picked it up because I was wanting to learn more about meditation. Instead, I learnt that happiness is about understanding about enlightenment. I come from a very western, individual culture and I was interested to read about how every part of us has been part of something else at some time. I liked the illustration given at the very end of the book where the author kissed the lips of his grand daughter after a trip to the beach and could even tast t ...more
Fi's Journey
When you see the world in yourself, there are no more outward obstacles to happiness.
The inner and outer worlds are mirrors of each other. They change accordingly to your level of consciousness."


Our self-image is created when we identify with external things.

I enjoyed this book and the keys to happiness. I definitely agree with him on most of the things he talks about. Although he has written many books so far - I still sometimes have issues reading some sentences by him for some reason. May
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Jyotika Varmani
May 15, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A very quick read, but one with excellent insight. Each one of the seven keys described are definitely necessary to find the correct inner state in life. I particularly liked the advice which states that we remain constant in the face of any adversity that comes, peaks and melts away. Hence, our focus should be the self and not the situation. Extremely well written, and a must read.
Susan
May 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
First reading was actually the audio book version. I found all his concepts very interesting and wanted to read the hard copy edition. I have just completed reading the hard copy and feel rejuvenated. I know I will spend a lot of time absorbing these ideas.
Gabriela
Insightful at times but just too vague on too many occasions to be ignored.

I found some 'keys' or recommendations more useful and insightful than others. The simplified arguments and shallow explanations cannot be ignored throughout the book, as happens quite often with self-help books.
Kimberly Letourneau
This was my first Deepak Chopra experience and I think I'll be back for more. I selected this on Overdrive from my local library and listened to the audiobook on my commute each day. It was a quick listen, and I enjoyed his insight. However, I do feel like this book deserves a bit more focus, and might be excellent as a journal prompt, so I will likely track down a hard copy and go through it again to really digest the content again in the future.

Nora
Apr 12, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My dad brought me this book as a gift ❤️❤️ i loved it so much and I learned a new things like :
1-be aware of your body
2- focus on the present
3-see the world in yourself
Jess castellanos lobaton
This book contains a loooot of Feedback.
Its one of those books that leave you thinking, willing to change, give space to self-improvement... it makes you CONSCIOUS, really CONSCIOUS of the right now right here.
This are the notes I took on it... I thought writing them would help a lot on the hard part of making them part of me since this very moment.
“We all make choices; the hard part is living with them…”

“Human beings are not passive observers of the Cosmos, the entire universe is manifesting
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Rachael Quinn
I have a bit of a thing for books about happiness and personal growth but this was my first Chopra.  It was on display at the library and it was so short that I couldn't help myself.  It was a pretty quick read but it probably should be read slower, with some space in between the seven keys so that you can just work on them.

However, this was not my favorite book on the subject.  Sometimes it feels like wise men have to talk in circles until you're confused and think they're wise because of it. 
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Lynn
Jan 08, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I consider myself a pretty happy person so I picked this up as a means to help deepen that contentment - I thought it was a nice reflection piece of reading and it helped me to be more conscious of certain aspects that I may have overlooked in the idea of maintaining deeper happiness. It is a quick read and it is not meant to be a "have all the answers" type of book. If you can read it with an open mind and a forgiving heart, I think it can help each person view different (and difficult) aspects ...more
Erin
Sep 28, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
If quotes like this are what you're looking for, then this book is right up your alley:
"Your body and the universe are a single field of energy, information, and consciousness. The body is your connection to the cosmic computer, which is organizing an infinity of events simultaneously."
Or how about: "If you live from the level of pure being, in practice you have mastered creation."

Perhaps I'm just not smart enough to reach this level of enlightenment, because much of this book was similarly uni
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Laur
Jan 01, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Thankfully this was a quick read else I doubt I would have finished it. I wanted so badly to love this book-to be inspired, to take my first step toward true happiness and enlightenment. Sadly, none of that happened. I kept at it, page after page, waiting for the aha! moment that never came.
I read the last page not 5 minutes ago and I’m not sure what I even read-nothing stuck. I didn’t hate the book, or like it. It just did nothing for me.
Deb Bethel
This book gives great insight into the seven “steps” we should take towards a more conscious, fulfilling, and happy life. I loved the conclusion that the more self-aware we are, the greater we can love ourselves, this world, and others, thus spreading happiness.
I did have some trouble following some vaguer examples at times and would also have to put the book down because I wasn’t able to make any concrete, deeper understanding to what was being described; my only queen with the book.
Lisa Butterworth
So I do like myself some self-helpy hippy-dippy- woo-woo wisdom. But Maybe I just wasn't in the mood, or maybe this one is just extra vapid, but it really fell flat for me, sounded like a bunch of empty pseudo-deep clap trap. But not like harmful or anything just lacking in substance or depth. Get's a 2 for not being absurd, harmful, or gross.
J
Jan 01, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Short and sweet. A lot of times Deepak Chopra said it's based on ancient East wisdom. The teachings are very similar to many new age spiritual concepts but he describes them with slightly different terms. It's a good read. He also provided some ideas on how to follow the path to happiness. I would like to see him elaborate more on how we can do these on a daily basis .
Melissa
Nov 27, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audio-2012, 2012
Note: I listened to this on audio.

This was a tough one to listen to because I felt like I wanted to "re-read" every other sentence, and that's not easy to do on my iphone. I will definitely be re-reading this one in print. Love Deepak's voice though. Very soothing!
Micah Grant
Jun 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: self-improvement
This book was too short for the topic being discussed. He gave some great insights into how to look introspectively, and ways to see the world and what happens to you. But there was so much in the book, it's hard to digest all at once. This could be broken out into a series.
Melanie
Fairly short chapters on ways to find peace and happiness: body awareness, self-esteem, detoxify, give up being right, focus on the present, see the world in yourself, live for enlightenment. My favorite was the chapter of focus on the present.
T.A.
Aug 06, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Some interesting concepts in this short read. Whilst some of it wasn't for me it did help me to identify some of my negative reinforcing behaviours and I will try to use some of these techniques to help me work on those.
Mary Ellen
This book was... well, I've read better Deepak books. This was just very not something a person could really internalize to achieve happiness. Many techniques were not realistic for basic survival. He has transcended being an everyday person at this point I think.
Hanan
May 07, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
While i am reading this book, there is a smile on mu face and and i feel deepest happiness from inside :)
Thank you Depack Chopra
Yulistiani
Jul 03, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: nonfiksi, english
Started strong and promising but it only went downhill after 1/4 of the book.
Teresa Arauco
May 20, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It's been a really long time since I have hit up a self-help book. I lucked out picking this one up, I was looking for some guidance during this Safe-At-Home era and happened to have an unread Deepak on my shelf. He did a great job. The title says it all: keys to joy (attainable now) and enlightenment (reaching beyond the "you" here and now in this moment).

I walked away with some questions:

*Is our current personal definition of happiness influenced by what society finds ideal?
To be honest - I w
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Reggie
Apr 20, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Having been appreciative since the 1990s of Deepak Chopra’s books and enlightening ideas about quantum space and consciousness and the body’s eavesdropping on our thoughts for good or ill, I took easily to this short audio book, like meeting a wise old friend.

My open mind closed around a few of his premises, realizing that Dr. C. would view its closing as my ego shutting things down. That’s not entirely convincing as theories go. His idea of the eternal consciousness for humans seems to depend
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