Hi, I am Jason Samadhi & Welcome to Heart-Centered Creator!

At Heart-Centered Creator, Jason Samadhi shares inspiration from his experience as wisdom living as an artist, designer, blogger, healer, and mindful expat in México to help you create a life you love.

Meet the Founder of Heart-Centered Creator

Hi! I Am Jason Samadhi and this is my story…

The Journey of a Heart-Centered Creator

I am incredibly grateful for this opportunity to share my insights, story, and life purpose. This website and project have been an ongoing evolution, brewing within me for quite some time, and I have worked passionately over the years to bring it out into the world.
The fact that you’re reading this is proof that life is indeed magical when you commit to living in alignment with creativity and purposeful intention.
After going through a series of transformative experiences and personal shifts that began in 2014, I have felt an unshakable inner “push” to publicly share the insights, tools, and wisdom that have positively transformed my life in unimaginable ways.
Since the beginning of my spiritual awakening back in 2015, I have been on a personal journey, continuously learning, self-healing, and personal transformation. I know this for sure: it’s a process, not the destination.

As I learned from mother Ayuahsca, my role is to simply shine my light, guiding you on your healing journey. “Be the light, the lights inside of you. Hold the light, that’s all you gotta do.”

Who is Jason Samadhi?

A little more about me...

Hi, I'm Jason Samadhi. The founder of Samadhi Breath, and Samadhi Tribe, and Heart-Centered Creator—I am a certified SOMA Breath® breathwork instructor, designer, artist, mindful expat living in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. I believe you are your own medicine and you create your reality. So, create a life you love!
  • I share from my experience and healing journey as a gay expat living in México.
  • I enjoy mindful travel with golden retirever, Mila.
  • I love immersing myself in the local culture and the language of a place.
  • While not 100% fluent, I do speak Spanish. “Poco a poco. Día a día.”