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Our guest today is Satya Kalra.

If you listened to my very first episode of this show:The 7 Steps to Activating Your Highest Potential

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Satya Kalra is a self-transformation, empowerment, and happiness coach, spiritual guide, international speaker, and bestselling author. She is also a founder and president of the non-profit organization Path to Anandam to help people to explore their eternal happiness and peace within.
She was a veteran in the biotech industry for 35 years serving as a visionary, entrepreneur, scientist, founder, CEO, president and chairperson. Following a divine call, Satya left the helm as a CEO in the biotech industry (cancer arena) and founded Path to Anandam . Her personal mission is to live in love, peace, and Anandam, and to propagate blissful living by helping others become more self-dependent and self-reliant, especially destitute women and children.
For more than 20 years, Satya has been practicing and promoting awareness of blissful living through applications of timeless wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita and spirituality in daily life. She creates a bridge between science and spirituality, and brings awareness to spirituality through ancient wisdom from India with a modern practical approach.
The focus of Satya’s teachings is how to be happy, heal yourself, enhance the quality of life, experience blissfulness/Anandam and reach your unlimited potential by raising your conscious level through self-developed 7-Steps. These easy, simple and effective techniques (Anandam meditation and spiritual practices) for the body, mind and spirit have benefited 1000s of people.
I met Satya at The International Yoga festival in Rishikesh, India. I attended her Chakras workshop and invited her to the show to share her vast wisdom on the subject she’s been teaching for over 20 years.





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Part 2

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