The Purpose of This Site

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Hey I’m Daniel and I’m the creator of Arsspiritus.com.  I created this website as a way of sharing ideas and tactics on how to live a good life. As cheesy as I don’t want it to be, I want to live an enjoyable life.

I haven’t always been passionate about improving myself. This only came about recently when some friends introduced me to articles and videos on topics such as confidence, socialization, and beliefs. As I’ve always been shy and stifled growing up, improving how I socialized with people really opened my eyes. I realized that every aspect of myself can be improved.

What I’ve come to realized is that anyone can also live to their fullest potential and actually HAVE a fulfilling life, and it isn’t as hard as you think. It’s just simply living life in balance and doing things consciously. Think about why you do things – are you enjoying them or just your parents or society told you to? You have to slowly let go your past conditioning. Go out and experience things for yourself, travel the world, take action and step out of your comfort zone – for only your own experiences are what you can truly have, and everything else is just secondary.

If you have the conscious thirst for a fulfilling lifestyle and being the best that you can be then this site is for you. You will find at least a dozen articles that are relevant and interesting to you. I talk about Zen, self growth, success, spirituality, motivation, fitness advice and many other topics. I even give you some great recipe ideas.

Some articles may disagree with your reasoning and you may want to call me out and abuse me for my lack of intelligence, and some will leave you with the utmost motivating experience you’ve ever received from sitting on a desk chair. Whatever it is, as the late Bruce Lee said, “You take a little something from everything. You take the good things from every different discipline, use what works, and you throw the rest away”.

So read what resonates with you, and leave the rest.

At the end of the day, all we have to do to benefit the world is to leave it just a little bit better than before we arrived. And to do this, we must become our best selves.

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The purpose of this site is to motivate you to live life to its fullest potential. We encourage the drive for self-actualization so you can become the best versions of yourself. As Abraham Maslow puts it:

“What a man can be, he must be. This need we may call self-actualization…It refers to the desire for self-fulfilment, namely, to the tendency for him to become actualized in what he is potentially. This tendency might be phrased as the desire to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming.”

Through articles and advice on a variety of topics, our aim is to help people transform themselves to live an inspired and fulfilled life. We believe that everyone is born with natural and innate abilities to express an aspect of themselves which will greatly  benefit  the world. To live a content life means finding this expression. Once we find it – this is our ultimate purpose.

We want to help you recondition yourselves to become more conscious individuals – to think on your own and not follow ingrained dogmatic beliefs and values told by society, governments and the media. What the world really needs now is for people to become aware that within themselves are the answers to a fulfilling lifestyle and finding it requires going within. Dig deep into the psyche of your being and find your ultimate expression. This is the only way for the world to become peaceful again – where everyone does what they find most passionate and have abundance in freedom .

To put simply, we want to teach, inform and awaken individuals so they can be on the leading edge of the collective consciousness – to help truly change the world so that we all can live in acceptance and connectedness and to completely eradicate fear, violence and war.

“We must learn to live together as brothers, or perish together as fools.” – Martin Luther King