I have the privilege of meeting and working with a large amount of people. Sometimes it’s just to grab a coffee and a quick meditation based coaching session to see if they’d be a good fit for going deeper into what I teach.
I love it.
Though I’m amazed though how many people are looking for some kind of magic pill.
I have a sweet, simple, powerfully transformative programme - but it does take practice.
We all have certain habits that prevent us from living the life we want.
These habits take a little momentum and work to overcome.
No big deal, just a little time and awareness to practice something different, in the opposite direction.
But I chat with some people and they’re not even interested in practicing.
Even when their lives are a mess - and they use those words - and they’re honest in telling me they want to do something …
Yet when it comes down to it, they don’t.
Maybe it’s the way I approach things, maybe I make transformation appear too simple, I don’t know.
(Actually it is simple - it take no guess work, you just do what I tell you. And that looks like the hard part)
But I think it’s such a shame that someone would get to a point where their lives could change, and then they back away.
Sometimes it’s more comfortable to stay the same.
I’ve realised this:
If you come to a point where you know you want an end to stress, anxiety, depression;
Where you want more peace, more life, more calm;
You are indeed fortunate.
So much of humanity is chasing the next shiny object that will bring their happiness.
Or they’ve given up.
This is the way it is, they think.
“Can’t complain”, as they stuff the dissatisfaction down once again.
If you actually take steps to get what you want from life:
Well - then you’re so blessed I can’t tell you.
Do what it takes - every single day - to have that more, whatever that maybe.
If that’s going to the gym and eating right, do it.
Learning to laugh more and take things less seriously? - Get cracking.
Getting out of your negative thoughts, being more positive and present with your loved ones - do it!
Do whatever it takes, every single day until you master it.
Meditation is one of the greatest things you can do, full stop.
It need not be complicated, in fact the best meditation tools are simple and straight forward.
It need not be weird - weirdness is not compulsory. In fact, it needs to fit into your life and your beliefs so you’ll actually do it.
What to learn how?
I have a course for you, coming up very soon before Christmas.
You’ll love what it gives you:
Simple, easy, enjoyable but NOT a magic pill.
Go well! Arjuna
PS. Christmas? I know. It’s MILES away.
Tell that to the shops … it’s every where!
It will be here before I know it though.
This WILL help, hugely with the whole season: