Blueprint to automate your author marketing - click here:Get the Webinar
Free Webinar "Automate your Author Marketing"

TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR AUTHOR CAREER, BUILD YOUR AUDIENCE, AND FIND YOUR FIRST 10,000 READERS

GET MY FREE VIDEOS!
 

GET MY FREE EBOOK

HOW TO FIND YOUR FIRST 10,000 READERS

Subscribe for Free Access
When you subscribe to our newsletter, we'll email you occasional news, updates, and relevant promotional material. You can unsubscribe at any time. Read our privacy policy for full details: yourfirst10kreaders.com/privacy

How to connect with influencers, get featured on major media, and reach millions across the globe

From suicidal alcoholic to globally recognized author endorsed by the Dalai Lama: A step by step guide

How to connect with thought leaders like the Dalai Lama, get featured on major media, and reach millions across the globe

By Akshay Nanavati

I woke up with my mind, body and spirit ravaged by 5 days of nonstop binge drinking. As the sun rose outside, I sat up on my couch. Clinging to my throbbing skull, I glared down at the near-empty bottle of vodka below me. Over time, I had progressed to downing almost a liter of vodka in a day. Inevitably, this took its toll on me. In a moment I will never forget, I decided there was no point going on…

Years after serving in Iraq with the United States Marines, I had been diagnosed with PTSD by the Veteran Affairs administration. I was battling with a constant sense of guilt for not having done enough to earn my place on this planet. I struggled with life in the “normal world” and descended into depression. But, when the thought of taking my own life entered my mind, that was the final straw. I couldn’t live that life anymore. Something needed to change.

I dedicated myself to years of research in neuroscience, psychology and spirituality. What began as a mission to heal my own brain, ended up leading me on a greater quest to figure out how do we all live happier and more meaningful lives.

My rise from the abyss was far from smooth, or easy, but there on that couch, in the depths of darkness, emerged what would later become Fearvana.

Read

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. Click "more info" to find out more. More info.

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website (eg, by scrolling down the page or navigating to a different page) without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. You can change your cookie settings in your browser at any time to restrict our use of cookies. Full information can be found on our privacy policy here:

Close