Seiko Nishida - Vedic Master


The Law of Dharma, The Purpose in Life.

As you know that everyone has a purpose in life, his/her Dharma. For your life purpose we will accept your unique talents and abilities to serve yourself and others.

To be in Dharma, our life force must flow effortlessly without interference.

Let us attend to our silent witness. Nurture the divinity within us. Surrender to the god/goddess in our soul.

And let us acknowledge and identify our unique talents and cultivate an inner dialogue of "Serve others." "How can I help? How can I serve?"

The Mantra of this law is;

" Om Varunam Namah", which means "My life is in harmony with cosmic law."

Let us find out our Dharma through our daily mediation. Listen to our heart saying. Be grateful with our inner wisdom.

"To work with love…is to weave the cloth
with threads drawn from your heart, even as if your beloved wore that cloth.”
-Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet


reference:"Seven Spiritual Law of Success" by Deepak Chopra


The Law of Detachment

In order to get your desires and intention met, practice to detach the attachment to outcome. To acquire something in this world, you have to relinquish your attachment to it. Deepak says in his book, "Anything you want can be acquired through the detachment because the detachment is based on the unquestioning belief in the power of your true Self."

Then embrace the unknown. Relinquish your attachment to the known.

To apply this law to your life, you practice detachment, and accept/Embrace uncertainty/unknown, then step into the field of possibilities and anticipate excitement.

The Mantra of this law is;

" Om Anandam Namah", which means "My actions are blissfully free from attachment of outcome."

Let us all meditate everyday to get it into our daily life to our higher consciousness. Now, we practice detachment, free from our any attachments, and explore our pure potentiality.

"The ego and the self dwell in the same body. The former eats the sweet and sour fruits of the tree of life, while the latter looks on in detachment.” - Mundaka Upanishad


reference; "Seven Spiritual Law of Success" by Deepak Chopra


The Law of Intention and Desire

According to "Seven Spiritual Laws of Success" by Deepak Chopra, this law is based on the energy and information in the nature. As a human being, you experience thoughts, feelings, memories, desires, needs, fantasies, and beliefs . These are came from energy and information in the nature as same as from the quantum field information in the universe.

your intent is for the future but your attention is in the present. As long as your attention is in the present, your intent will manifest in the future.

When you meditate, in getting into the gap/stillness, you release your desires into the silence and relinquish them right after introducing them in the gap. Then experience the stillness which brings the pure consciousness.

To apply this law is to make a list of your desires; " what do I want?", "what do I need?" for my life. And relinquish them. Then remind yourself to practice present-moment awareness in all your actions in the day. I will accept the present as it is to manifest the future.

Today, I only had an intention to be present in any moment. So, I just surrendered myself to it.

Be in a present-moment awareness, just to be. Everyday I can live with joyfulness in surrendering to Devin. Let us all meditate every day to be in pure awareness.

The mantra of this law is;

" Om Ritam Namah", means " My actions are supported by cosmic intelligence."

In our meditation, practice law and let our desires and intentions come true in our life.



The Law of Least Effort

After committing your actions, you may notice that there is energy of love in the nature. So it is the best way to enliven this law of Least Effort motivated by love and your soul/spirit is your internal reference point.

To enliven this law, you will practice acceptance as they/the things are like the nature does, then take responsibility for your acceptance. However remember to be defenseless, not insist your need to be shown, for your actions/acceptance.

Remind yourself, "This moment is as it should be."

The mantra of this law is:

" Om Daksham Namah" means "My actions achieve maximal benefit with minimal effort."

Let us meditate each day to enliven this law and live it in your daily life.


*reference; "Seven Spiritual Law of Success" by Deepack Chopra


The Law of Karma

Every moment is a moment of choice and therefore every moment is a moment of infinite possibilities. When you come to decide what you do, I remind myself of this law.

There are three ways to enliven the law of Karma; 1. recognize your choice you make, 2. think what is the consequence of the choice, and then 3. listen to your heart for the choice you make whether this will make us happy and bring success to others.

If the choice will make or give me discomfort, this is not the one I want to choose.

There are many opportunities in the daily life you encounter these cases.

Observe yourself and make a comfortable choice.

Let us meditate every day to make a right choice at each time.

The mantra of this law is;

" Om Kriyam Namah", which means "My actions are aligned with cosmic law"


*reference; "Seven Spiritual Law of Success" by Deepak Chopra


The Law of Giving and Receiving

After communicating with the nature, we find the love given by the nature. Circulation of the love and wealth.

When you inhale, we have oxygen from it and when we exhale the nature take our breath out, co2.

To apply the law everyday, practice; 1 accept the gift from others and 2 give a gift to others and 3. circulate the wealth in the world and exchange the energy with the universe. You are not alone here but with the energy, wealth from the universe, the nature.

Just enjoy the sensations in the nature and be grateful to it.

The mantra of this law is;

" Om Vardhanam Namah", which means " I nourish the universe and the universe nourishes me."


*reference; "Seven Spiritual Law of Success" by Deepak Chopra