About Dr. Asha Prasad, Creator of The Prasad Method™
Success That Feels Good In Your Bones.
You’re a goal-getter.
But you’re starting to feel more like the ghost of goals past. Completely empty on the inside.
Let’s realign your success so it feels good inside, outside, and all over.
Hey, I’m Dr. Asha Prasad.
Creator of The Prasad Method™.
The Prasad Method™ combines eastern philosophy with modern techniques and systems to help you achieve all your success that feels good in your bones.
Highly Practical. Deeply Profound.
As an American-raised daughter of Indian immigrants, I’m the living breathing blend of eastern philosophies meets western modalities.
For over 20 years, Dr. Asha has helped people from all over the world. She is a leading holistic physician and author of several books and coaching programs that take a groundbreaking approach to personal development and mindset that blends cutting-edge modern research with the wisdom of ancient Chinese philosophers and Indian healers.
Simply said, Dr. Asha understands the root causes of the modern struggle.
Achieving a deeper sense of purpose in career and life, increased health, less stress, and productivity are all possible with her unique approach to modern living that helps clients find their true selves.
She specializes in working with those looking to find their true calling, find fulfillment, bring about change in their personal and professional lives and those who are wanting to experience a deeper sense of purpose and direction. As a bonus, her clients experience greater health, less stress, increased energy, and productivity.
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What’s in a name?
Prasad. My last name. An offering to the divine, which is then blessed and redistributed to share with others.
When we work on ourselves we’re working on all relationships and experiences, spreading the joy, love and happiness into the world.
The meaning of Prasad in Sanskrit in its purest form ‘Prasada’ or ‘Prasadam’, means an enlightening with ease and clarity, it means a gracious gift, so it’s created by giving and receiving.
In the Hindu temples in India whenever you go there you will receive Prasad as a blessing. It’s distributed as a kind of a devotional offering made to God and then you receive from God.
The concept of Prasad is that the more it’s distributed, the more positive thought is concentrated on the wish or the prayer that you have, of the desire that you have.