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The Common Sense Psychic - with Nayaswami Asha

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My guest today is not ppsychic.  She is a profound spiritual teacher.   You may ask her questions.  This is a rare opportunity to receive a one on one interaction with this amazing person.   The general topic today will be THE LAW OF LIFE.

Swami Asha has been a spiritual seeker since she was a young girl.  Asha is a lifelong disciplie of Paramhansa Yogananda and has studied for more than 40 years with Yogananda's directt disciple, Swami Kriyananda.  She has devoted her life to brining spiritual understanding to others through teaching, counseling and writing.  Asha means 'hope' in Sanskrit.

In 1987, Swami Asha and her husband, Swami David, became spiritual directors of Ananda, Palot Alto in California, where they continue to serve today.

Swami Asha is the author of Swami Kriyananda As We Have Known Him, a collection of more than 200 stories by people who have been touched by his teachings and spiritual friendship, often in remarkable ways.  She is also the author of Ask Asha:  Heartfelt Answers to Everyday Dilemmas on the Spiritual Path, and Loved and Protected:  Stories of Miracles and Answered Prayers.

Learn more about Asha at www.ashapraver.org

Phyllis has coached tens of thousands of people in 20 different countries.  She is known for her practical and down to earth approach.  She has been featured on CBS and NBC TV, radio programs across the country, and has been published in over 70 print and online publications.   She has authored four books, including Bouncing Back, Thriving in Changing Times, with Dr. Wayne Dyer.  Her latest  book ,The Energy of Abundance, Practical Advice and Spiritual Wisdom for Achieving Anything in Life will be in bookstores in July. Phyllis holds a B.A. in Sociology.

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