He Gave Me A Kick In The Ar$e

Have you ever met someone who shocked you with what they said? Actually - yes, constantly.

Let me put it another way -

Has anyone ever shocked AND inspired you all at the same time?

Can I tell you a little story?

When I met my meditation teacher he did that.

He gave me a right royal boot up the bum - 

In the best possible sense.

Just an ordinary dude,

An ex-soldier and business man, now teaching the Ishayas’ Ascension.

No mystical guru behaviour,

No making things far too complicated than they need be (unfortunately a common theme in meditation circles)

Just a guy who was incredibly ordinary in all ways except for HOW he did things.

There was something about him - his sense of humour and peace and presence -

I don’t really know how to describe it beyond that I knew he had something I wanted.

He said to me -

“Arjuna - permanent peace, constant and unwavering, no matter what is happening in your life is possible for you”.

I almost fell off my chair.

No one had actually said that to me before.

I wanted that, but didn’t believe it could be possible.

After all, life involved being unhappy, didn’t it?

By it’s very nature life meant struggle and stress and suffering.

Sometimes things are good, sometimes they suck.

And that’s the facts of life, right?

But what if?

What if life could be more than what I was living?

What if stress and self-doubt and struggle could become a memory of how I used to be?

And so I decided to follow the possibility that peace could be an ongoing experience in each and every moment.

Fast forward to today, and I know he was right.

Permanent peace is possible.

For you.

Without giving anything up in your life (except limitation) you can end all stress and struggle.

If that’s what you want.

Now, if I could give you one thing it would be this:

Find out what you want from life.

Make it your priority, make it first in everything you do.

It’s not about hiding from the world - it’s about the full embracing of every part of it.

You also don’t have to give up anything to experience being the best version of yourself.

After all - it’s already there - you just have to remember how to choose for it, how to be it.

Don’t limit yourself in any way.

You find that clear, content, calm core of yourself - every part of your life comes alive.

So many people sell themselves short in terms of their experience of life.

Are you one of them?

If you’d like to know how - get on this course ASAP: https://arjunaishaya.leadpages.co/sane-fb/

Go well, alright?



Any questions about any of this stuff?

Just hit me up!