Meditation for the Love of It

Register here for the Free Tele-Seminar
with Arjuna Ardagh and Sally Kempton
on Thursday, March 31st, 2011
at 6pm PST, 9pm EST

Meditation has been recommended as the solution to all kinds of problems. It's been presented as a way to alleviate stress, to solve psychological problems, to improve your health, and to attract more wealth into your life.

Most people that have been meditating for a long time have figured out that there are better ways to do most of those things, but still we meditate.


Sally Kempton is a veteran meditator with more than 40 years on the clock. She includes people like Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love as her students. She's written a brilliant new book called Meditation for the Love of It, which eloquently explains the very best reason to practice mediation: because it's absolutely one of the most pleasurable things you can do.

Please join Arjuna Ardagh and Sally Kempton for a rich and detailed exploration of the journey of meditation.





Register HERE:

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and join us on

Thursday, March 31st


6 pm PST / 9 pm EST

Talk to you soon!!

With Best Wishes,

Arjuna Ardagh
Sally Kempton

Arjuna Ardagh is an Awakening Coach and also trains others to become Awakening Coaches. He is author of the 2005 National Best Seller “The Translucent Revolution,” as well as seven other books, and many audio and video products. He has appeared on television, radio and in print in more than 20 countries. Arjuna teaches the “Deeper Love” seminar with his wife Chameli. Together they live in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, along with their two teenage sons.

Sally spent 20 years as a teaching swami (monk) in the Saraswati order of Indian monks, and her work integrates the wisdom of traditional yoga tantra with the insights of contemporary evolutionary spirituality and cutting edge psychology. Through her Awakened Heart Tantra workshops and teleconferences, her ongoing Transformative Practice Journey trainings, and through her regular column in Yoga Journal, she points out a path to inner awakening that embraces mind, heart and spirit.