What is Akasha Space
Modern times can take a huge toll on ones inner peace. Stress levels that we endure are off the charts and they are not getting any better. It starts with worrying about school when you’re just a small kid. Then it gets worse by stressing about college, work, mortgage, family, friends, economy and the fate of the world for that matter, once you get older. We never seem to be short of things to worry about and if you want to survive you need to learn how to find your inner piece, and that’s what Akasha Space is all about. We teach people how to let go of stress through talking, reevaluating life values, getting people to reconnect with family and friends, leading a healthy lifestyle (exercising, eating right) and most of all, by enjoying life and having fun. Enjoying life is important, working, having hobbies. My hobby is playing with computers and tech gizmos. Recently I got my hands on a selfie drone and now I use it to record myself running and exercising. It’s an evolution in selfie taking, 🙂 . Selfies might seem like a shallow thing to do to some, but don’t let what others think prevent you from doing what you love doing. For me, they are a great way to keep track of progress,. Worrying about what others think is rarely a good thing for inner peace and that’s not what we’re about here at Akasha Space. We’re all about the three kings of inner peace.
Akasha Space philosophy - the three kings of inner peace
So the three kings of inner peace has been something that Akasha Space team has been working on over the years as our daily driver philosophy, and it’s what helped us get where we are today. Akasha Space consists of me Alexa Banks, and my life partner Sandra Banks. We’re based in California right now, but for the past 5 years we’ve been traveling all over the world and it was in India that we learned about Akasha.
Upon further research on modern interpretation of this ancient Indian cosmology term we found it to be a perfect foundation for that one should strive to in life and that is not giving importance to the material values to a point where they become a source of stress. Not having material values become a source of stress. This might be a bit weird coming from me who said that I’m a fan of computer and tech gizmos, which many consider consumerist junk, but don’t judge me just yet. I don’t have the best possible PC or the highest quality selfie drone on the market, and that’s OK. My former self would be miserable that I couldn’t afford the best possible things, and stress over it constantly. But ever since I embraced the three kings, I’m not affected by it one bit. That’s just one teeny-tiny example of how the three kings of inner peace have helped me. Allow them to help you as well. Here’s a breakdown of what the three kings are.
"Read as much as you can, discarding negative or disturbing information. Learn by doing, and the Goddess and God will bless you with all that you truly need."
The three kings of inner peace
First step on the path towards enlightenment is being able to be alone and be OK with that. We’re not talking about completely closing yourself off from the outside world, but we all end up having to spend bouts of solitude when our relationships fail and/or our friends can’t hang out. I think it was Jean-Paul Sartre said it best when he said “if you’re lonely when you’re alone, you’re in bad company”. Inner peace starts with you. You have the power over your mind, and it’s only with you that true change can begin.
Change your attitude
Next step ties into the previous one. Most people have a defeatist attitude and this really needs to change if you want to have inner peace. If you don’t have a job, look for any job that you can take, no matter how small. If you don’t like your body, then go on a diet, start exercising. There’s always something that you can do in pretty much any situation, but the trick is to stop having a defeatist attitude. Start improving yourself, achieving goals and you will start feeling more calm in no time.
Start being content
I think that being content is a lost art form nowadays. Not many people today can say that they are truly content, because they always want something more, and I mean that in the material sense. There’s nothing wrong if you want to improve yourself, make yourself a better version of you. However, when you keep wanting better phones, better cars, better houses, you will never find peace. Those wants will always gnaw at you and you won’t be happy. Try to be content with what you have.
How Akasha method works and what our clients think?
Akasha Space methods usually involve having either one-on-one sessions with our instructors, or from time to time we have a group session with a couple of our members. Group sessions are usually more casual. We kid around, spend time together. If it’s summer, we have a picnic in the park type of event, with partners, kids, friends, dogs, footballs, kites or in my case selfie drones, 😉 . I’ve made a small gallery from our group events that I plan on posting on the website here, so keep an eye for that.
Our little company has over the years grown in quite a business and we’ve helped hundreds of clients find their inner peace. We currently operate and have offices in 4 locations. For a full list of our locations, visit our locations page. If you want to find out just what kind of services it is that we are offering, checkout the services page, where we go into more details about our Akasha practice. If you’re not convinced about what we do here, read some of the comments that people we worked with over the years have left. We honestly hope that you never end up needing our services, but if you do, you know where to find us.
"I was really struggling after college, trying to find my place in the world. My college debt was too much to handle and I cracked. Akasha Space team really helped me out and I can't thank them enough.”
"After I became a mom the levels of stress were off the charts. I worried about every little thing until I talked with my Akash instructor. They are really good at putting things in perspective. A++”
"After being in a toxic relationship for a year I needed some words of encouragement to end it all and start over. Akasha Team did just that. I highly recommend them.”