Prasann Thakrar


Prasann V. Thakrar, an Indian-American, is an exciting and dynamic award-nominated AND an Amazon #1 Best-Selling author, radio talk-show host, inspirational speaker, and expert in the “new” field of Self-Empowerment and Life-Transformation via blending modern Science and non-denominational Spirituality!

Prasann knows that you are, very easily, capable of creating and leading the life of your dreams; and he wants exactly that for you.

It is the author’s goal to have a permanent positive impact on your life! And ALL of his work is dedicated to that very goal.

So far, Prasann has been interviewed on 26 radio talk-shows and has been invited to write articles in Pop Psychology/Self-Help print magazines such as Equanimity and various other online magazines geared towards Self-development.

Via his writing, which is very easy to understand, Prasann sheds light on the bridge – the connection – between science and spirituality in such a way that anyone can understand this connection, and then apply the principles in their own life to bring about self-empowerment and life-transformation....easily!

As of November 1, 2010, Prasann is the host of an amazing radio talk program entitled Spiritual Renaissance. Why should you listen? It will help you totally transform your life....easily!

FREE On-Demand Podcasts can be heard by visiting the link below:

Where to find Prasann Thakrar online

Where to buy in print


God=mc²?: Getting Spirituality Down to a Science!
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 97,840. Language: English. Published: October 28, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation & inspiration, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Spiritual awakening
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Create the life of YOUR dreams! Easily manifest wealth, health, harmonious relationships & limitless happiness! Do so by simply reading this FUNNY and UNIQUE, #1 Best-Selling & multiple awards nominee that is changing the lives of it readers all over the world! This book will change your life in 30 days or less if you apply the methods written in it!

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