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RENEWAL: Your unexpected role in saving the planet

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Is the human race conclusively set for self-annihilation? As futurists prophesize, are we only decades away from extinguishing the planet? Or are we capable of changing this trajectory because of what YOU start today?

Renewal is about how each one of us can:
a. Renew ourselves at a body-mind-spirit level
b. Renew our society and our environment and
c. Renew the systems we oper
Paperback, 240 pages
Published June 4th 2020 by Notion Press
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Renewal: Your Unexpected Role in Saving the Planet
Sandeep Nath

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“So all we need to do, to develop good habits, is to make a subconscious connection and find a replacement trigger. It is that simple.”

Sandeep Nath, author (Arrive At Success) and Inner Power Coach, has created an inspirational strategy for saving the world one mind at a time.

A small family group has lived abroad and returned to their native India; they have their differences, but are bound together b
Jul 04, 2020 rated it really liked it
I wasn’t sure what to expect from the book because of its unique title, Renewal. It turned out to be an insightful yet immensely practical guide to reboot one’s life with an eye towards preventing self-destruction.

The entire book is in the form of a discourse delivered by the charismatic Guru Pranachandra. This is a clever way to hook the interest of readers and keep them reading further.

The author uses simple language to deliver a powerful message with remarkable clarity and impact. Examples ar
Annabel Harz
Oct 10, 2020 rated it really liked it
Renewal captures the global zeitgeist. Sandeep Nath states, “the cover of this book has my name on it, but I am not the author. I am the scribe for Guru Pranachandra, who is a manifestation of energy”. The index gives the impression that it is another self-help book that will save ourselves and our planet. It is all this, and much more.
The format is engaging: a narrative introduces the characters and their roles in each other’s lives before moving into a talk by Guru Pranachandra, in which the s
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