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Sanjay C. Patel is a pioneer and leading expert in the field of comparative ancient and modern cosmology. He is also the discoverer of a solution to the centuries-old debate surrounding Biblical Genesis.

The fruits of 30 years of research and 7 years of writing, Sanjay has authored a ground-breaking book, God Is Real: The Stunning New Convergence of Science and Spirituality.

He has discovered OVER ONE HUNDRED new convergences of Science and ancient Spirituality. The amazing convergences support the belief in Spirituality and a transcendental existence. The 'science versus spirituality' debate is over. Science and spirituality CONVERGE.

Another of Sanjay's achievements is the unique and unprecedented publication in three international science journals of his research demonstrating convergences between modern science and ancient Yoga Literature. The paradigm-breaking research concerns deep-sea volcanoes and hydrothermal vents.

Sanjay's new discoveries were also presented at the 22nd International Congress of History of Science at Beijing, China, July 2005, where they were warmly received.

Sanjay studied in a traditional setting as a monk for many years at an ashram in India. Subjects of his study included Theology, Sanskrit, Yoga, and Ancient Cosmology.

During this time he also learned the ancient art of Yoga from a Grand Master and has practiced it fives times a day for three decades.

He has traveled extensively throughout India, UK, Canada, and USA with his message and mission to promote World Peace, Harmony, and Synergy.

In August 2004, he delivered an enlightening talk on Work-Life Balance to 600 medical doctors at a seminar in Chicago where the bestselling author Deepak Chopra, M.D. was also a speaker. 

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Today’s Brilliance from Sanjay Patel

Didn't win the $640 million mega lottery? Don't be sad. Do you know a person who cares for you? If so, you are receiving the one thing in the universe that money cannot buy: Love! So cultivate a balanced life. Aside from routine work, make time for family and friends. Work never ends. There will always be something to do. Catching up with emails, phone calls, and other bits and bobs will have you on a treadmill. Sometimes, the only way to get jobs done is to simply cross them off your to-do list! That frees up space in your life…

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