DIKSHA GURU

Master Ketut Arsana received his spiritual name Sri Jaya Shakti through Divine meditation and was initiated as Sri Jaya Shakti (Sri Guru) on the 10th May 2009 by his master Maha Guru Sri Jaya Nara.

Sri Guru is a Balinese Yoga Master, Usada Practitioner and Mahatma healer.  He is the founder and Guru of Ashram Munivara, Ubud Bodyworks ,  and Om Ham Retreat. Born in the village of Padang Tegal, Ubud, Sri Guru grew up in a poor family. Within this family was a tradition of Balinese healers passed down from Grandfather to Grandson. He began his healing practice with his own family and gradually extended it to his neighbours and eventually anyone who heard about him. Later on he found a spiritual teacher that taught him about Moksha (oneness with God), yoga, meditation and prayer but that teacher didnt have personal experience and couldn’t fulfill his spiritual needs. He wanted to become a religious teacher so he went to a school especially for Agama (religion). In school he became a top student at yoga and was teaching yoga in TVRI (television station) every week. Not many people were interested in yoga at that time but gradually more people came to learn and to see him as a healer.

Simultaneously he continually improved his knowledge by learning from other healers, praying in temples and other sacred places, and through spiritual discipline. He developed a more broader and more universal practice of healing and spiritual knowledge.

Most importantly he found his spiritual teacher, Maha Guru Sri Jaya Nara, and surrendered to God (Lord Shiva).
In the unique environment which he has created at the Ubud Bodyworks Centre, whereby healing occurs on many levels, he has been able to help countless local people and overseas visitors with their physical and spiritual problems.

Through his work and the financial support of Ubud Bodyworks Centre, he was able to establish Ashram Munivara and Om Ham Retreat. The Ashram was established to further assist the spiritual needs of the seeker and to offer people from overseas the opportunity to fully experience his culture and to develop an understanding of Universal Spirituality.

He offered the Ashram to the local spiritual community as a place to gather and learn to serve the spiritual needs of the people.

Throughout his entire life, he has devoted both time and money to local communities and currently travels around the world to help people.

Om Namah Shiva Ya