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Jay Shetty is embarking on his first world tour, Variety has learned exclusively. The bestselling author, podcast host, social media sensation, life coach and former monk has announced tour dates for “Jay Shetty: Love Rules” in 2023.

The tour is described as a 90-minute experience where Shetty will lead the audience through live meditations, experiments and demonstrations related to health, love and wellness.

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Shetty hosts the hugely popular “On Purpose” podcast, which is the #1 Health and Wellness podcast in the world. A self-proclaimed “purpose coach,” the digital creator has a massive presence with over 50 million followers across social media and his videos being viewed more than 10 billion times.

Shetty held a one-night only show in 2019 at the Ace Theater in Los Angeles, Calif., where tickets sold out immediately, but “Jay Shetty: Love Rules” will mark his first-ever touring show.

The 32-date tour begins with its North American leg in February and March of 2023, and the international dates will then kick off in April and May. Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 9.

See the full itinerary for the “Jay Shetty: Love Rules” tour below…

“Jay Shetty: Love Rules” North America Dates

Tue, Feb. 21, 2023 – Philadelphia, PA – The Academy of Music

Wed, Feb. 22, 2023 – Boston, MA – Boch Center Wang Theatre

Fri, Feb. 24, 2023 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre

Wed, March 01, 2023 – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Symphony Hall

Thu, March 02, 2023 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Sat, March 04, 2023 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre

Mon, March 06, 2023 – Vancouver, BC – The Orpheum

Tue, March 07, 2023 – San Francisco, CA – Davies Symphony Hall

Thu, March 09, 2023 – Los Angeles, CA – YouTube Theater

Sun, March 12, 2023 – Dallas, TX – Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center

Tue, March 14, 2023 – Chicago, IL – The Chicago Theatre

Thu, March 16, 2023 – Toronto, CA – Massey Hall

Jay Shetty: Love Rules Australia, Asia and Europe Dates

Fri, Apr. 21, 2023 – Melbourne, AU – Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre – Plenary Hall

Mon, Apr. 24, 2023 – Sydney, AU – Sydney Opera House

Thu, Apr. 27, 2023 – Brisbane, AU – Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Sat, Apr. 29, 2023 – Singapore – The Theatre at Mediacorp

Tue, May 2, 2023 – Mumbai, IN – Tata Theatre

Wed, May 3, 2023 – Mumbai, IN – Tata Theatre

Fri, May 5, 2023 – Hyderabad, IN – Shipakala Vedika

Sat, May 6, 2023 – Bangalore, IN – Good Shepherd Auditorium

Thu, May 11, 2023 – Dubai, AE – Dubai Opera

Sun, May 14, 2023 – Paris, FR – L’Olympia

Mon, May 15, 2023 – Amsterdam, NL – Royal Theatre Carré

Wed, May 17, 2023 – Berlin, DE – Admiralspalast

Fri, May 19, 2023 – Glasgow, UK – SEC Armadillo

Sat, May 20, 2023 – Manchester/Salford, UK – The Lowry

Mon, May 22, 2023 – Birmingham, UK – Symphony Hall

Tue, May 23, 2023 – London, UK – The London Palladium

Wed, May 24, 2023 – London, UK – The London Palladium

Sat, May 27, 2023 – Madrid, ES – Palacio de Congresos

Mon, May 29, 2023 – Barcelona, ES – ​​Teatre Victoria

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Jay Shetty is a global bestselling author, award-winning storyteller, podcast host, and former monk, dedicated to helping people train their mind for peace and purpose every day. In 2017, Forbes named him to their 30 Under 30 List for his game-changing impact in media. His viral videos have been viewed more than 10 billion times and he is followed by over 50 million people across social media. In 2019, Jay created On Purpose, now the world’s #1 Health and Wellness podcast. He’s been a keynote speaker around the world, invited to Google, Microsoft, Netflix and American Express, among many others. Over two million people have attended his Online School, and his Genius Coaching community provides weekly programming on health and wellness to thousands of members in over 100 countries.

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Former monk and current podcaster, author, and storyteller Jay Shetty is a man on a mission to share his wisdom with the world. In this new show, Shetty will present 90 minutes of transformational entertainment, sharing the inner workings of his new book; 8 Rules of Love. Through an evening of conversation, meditation, and more, Shetty details his guide to finding and keeping long-lasting love, in addition to learning to let go of that which does not fulfill.

In addition to being a bestselling author, Shetty is also the host of the On Purpose podcast and has become one of the world's foremost ambassadors of health and wellness, offering a cleansing balm for our modern world. Whatever your experience, we know this intriguing presentation will leave you with food for thought!

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  • Exclusive Meet & Greet and individual photo opportunity with Jay Shetty****
  • Enjoy access to the pre-show meditation and Q&A with Jay Shetty
  • One autographed copy of Jay Shetty’s book, 8 Rules of Love
  • Exclusive swag bag for VIP’s only
  • Commemorative VIP laminate and lanyard
  • Pre-show photo op in front of the Jay Shetty VIP backdrop to celebrate your night
  • Pre-show tour merchandise shopping opportunity
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See On Purpose podcast host, global bestselling author, and former monk, Jay Shetty on his first ever world tour, ‘Love Rules’ .

In this 90-minute experience, Jay will take the audience on a journey of finding, keeping, and even letting go of love. Including live meditations, experiments, and demonstrations, this will be an unforgettable and transformational evening.

In 2017, Forbes named Jay in their 30 Under 30 List for his game-changing impact in media. His viral videos have been viewed more than 10 billion times and he is followed by over 50 million people across social media. In 2019, Jay created On Purpose, now the world’s #1 Health and Wellness podcast. He’s been a keynote speaker around the world, invited to Google, Microsoft, Netflix and American Express, among many others. Over two million people have attended his Online School, and his Genius Coaching community provides weekly programming on health and wellness to thousands of members in over 100 countries.

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Diamond VIP • One premium reserved ticket in the first 6 rows • Exclusive meet & greet and individual photo opportunity with Jay Shetty • Enjoy access to the pre-show meditation and Q&A with Jay Shetty • One autographed copy of Jay Shetty’s book, 8 Rules of Love • Exclusive swag bag for VIPs only • Autographed commemorative VIP laminate and lanyard • Pre-show photo opportunity in front of the Jay Shetty VIP backdrop to celebrate your night • Pre-show tour merchandise shopping opportunity where available • On-site VIP host and event staff

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See On Purpose podcast host, New York Times bestselling author, and former monk, Jay Shetty on his first ever world tour, ‘Love Rules’ .

VIP Tickets include: Diamond VIP

  • One premium reserved ticket in the first 6 rows
  • Exclusive meet & greet and individual photo opportunity with Jay Shetty
  • One autographed copy of Jay Shetty’s book, 8 Rules of Love
  • Exclusive swag bag for VIPs only
  • Autographed commemorative VIP laminate and lanyard
  • Pre-show photo opportunity in front of the Jay Shetty VIP backdrop to celebrate your night
  • Pre-show tour merchandise shopping opportunity where available
  • On-site VIP host and event staff
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In this experience, Jay will take the audience on a journey of finding, keeping, and even letting go of love. Including live meditations, experiments, and demonstrations, this will be an unforgettable and transformational evening.

In 2017, Forbes named Jay in their 30 Under 30 List for his game-changing impact in media. His viral videos have been viewed more than 10 billion times and he is followed by over 50 million people across social media. In 2019, Jay created On Purpose, now the world’s #1 Health and Wellness podcast. He’s been a keynote speaker around the world, invited to Google, Microsoft, Netflix and American Express, among many others. Over two million people have attended his Online School, and his Genius Coaching community provides weekly programming on health and wellness to thousands of members in over 100 countries.

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Jay Shetty Tour 2024 will feature inspiring talks and interactions with the audience. Get ready for an unforgettable and transformative experience with Jay Shetty.

Jay Shetty, renowned for his wisdom and inspirational content, is set to embark on a nationwide tour in 2024. The tour promises to bring his timeless teachings and thought-provoking insights to life, offering an immersive experience for all attendees. As a former monk turned motivational speaker, Jay Shetty has captivated millions with his empowering messages, and this tour presents a unique opportunity to witness his wisdom firsthand.

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Uncovering the higher truth of Jay Shetty

  • This article is the subject of a legal letter of complaint made on behalf of Jay Shetty.

Celebrities call him ‘amazing’ and fans pay thousands – but what exactly do they get from this self-help guru with an iffy origin story?

On 20 August 2022, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck got married at Affleck’s 87-acre countryside estate in Savannah, Georgia . The nuptials were the closest thing the US had to a royal wedding: two A-list actors reunited after years apart. It was the kind of storybook ending you might see in a J.Lo romcom.

Presiding over it all was Jay Shetty , the former Hindu monk who’s become a one-man self-help empire. Shetty and Lopez connected in January 2021 on the YouTube show Coach Conversations, a sponsored series produced by the handbag brand. Lopez grew so enamored of Shetty she invited him to officiate the ceremony.

The wedding was a coronation for Shetty, who loved reading celebrity autobiographies growing up as a British Indian in north London. He was now accepted into Hollywood’s innermost circles as a celebrity in his own right. His On Purpose podcast, among the top 10 most-subscribed-to in the US last year , has featured a litany of high-profile guests including Michelle Obama, Kim Kardashian and Matt Damon, as well as Kobe Bryant, who gave one of his last interviews before his tragic death. Shetty has written two bestsellers: Think Like a Monk, a 2020 memoir/self-help guidebook based on his time studying Hinduism, and 2023’s 8 Rules of Love, for helping people better maneuver their romantic relationships. Calm, the meditation startup worth a reported $2bn , has given Shetty the title of chief inspiration officer. Shetty also has a life-coaching business, the Jay Shetty Certification School, where students pay thousands of dollars to learn the Jay Shetty discipline. He has 14 million followers on Instagram and 6 million across his two YouTube channels .

Shetty has been widely celebrated for these achievements. In June 2023, he attended a White House state dinner for the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi. Two months later, he sat down with Joe Biden for an exclusive interview about the administration’s mental health initiatives. This past holiday season, he and his wife, Radhi Devlukia-Shetty, were featured in a Gap campaign . This month, he made his acting debut in Lopez’s semi-autobiographical musical film This Is Me … Now.

Recently, the ultimate mark of Hollywood influencer success was bestowed on Shetty: a menu item named after him at Erewhon, the ultra-high-end grocery chain in Los Angeles. (The Jay Shetty Love Potion smoothie contains rose water, banana, raspberries and strawberries.)

Delivering pop-psychology wisdom culled from sources as varied as Carl Jung, Bruce Lee and St Francis of Assisi, Shetty has earned near universal acceptance. It’s a remarkable rise to fame for a man who says that just 13 years ago, he was living as a penniless monk in India .

In his origin story, which he tells in his books and countless podcast and talkshow appearances, Shetty is a business student, preparing himself for a life of corporate ladder-climbing, until one day he attends a guest talk by a monk. Shetty is so in awe that he seeks the holy man’s tutelage. “It changed my life,” Shetty said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “It was the most captivating presentation I’ve ever been to. He spoke about selflessness, service and kindness, and it just got me hooked.”

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After graduating, Shetty forgoes a life of material success to live as a monk himself. Three years later, he has another revelation: his purpose in life is not to live the humble life of a monk, but to use his preternatural oratory skills to share wisdom with the world. Thus begins his transformation into a public self-help personality and his swift rise to fame.

Shetty’s success is largely predicated on this riches-to-rags-to-riches backstory. His qualifications for being the world’s most prominent mental and spiritual wellness guru are, according to him, this spiritual awakening and the time he spent in solitude in an ashram “in a village near Mumbai”.

But people close to Shetty have questioned whether his conversion to a life of monkhood was quite so dramatic.

Much of Shetty’s spiritual education also took place in Watford, an orbital town outside north-west London . He was familiar with the temple there because he grew up in the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (also known as Iskcon or the Hare Krishna movement). Shetty says he spent his time as a monk in meditation and religious study, but he also spent time blogging and hosting lectures at City university in London. Shetty almost never discloses his association with Iskcon, perhaps concerned with the organization’s problematic history, which includes allegations that in the 1970s and 1980s members engaged in corporal punishment, child sexual abuse and, on two occasions, conspiracy to commit murder. Instead, he presents his spirituality in vague terms.

I first met Shetty last March, when I was assigned to write a profile of him for Esquire magazine.

After attending his stage show, I became skeptical. One segment involved Shetty inviting a volunteer on stage and putting her in a de facto sensory deprivation chamber to illustrate how difficult it is for people to put down their phones. The crowd then watched her fidget via a live video feed. Later, he invited a different woman on stage and had her call her estranged brother, whom she hadn’t spoken to in years. When the call went to voicemail, Shetty instructed her to leave her brother a message while we all listened. A woman sitting two seats to my right audibly remarked: “This is mortifying.”

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I began researching and found multiple allegations of Shetty using people’s content without consent or attribution and distorting details about his past as a monk. The Esquire profile never ran – the magazine didn’t want to turn the interview into an investigation – but this article is the result of investigating those claims and interviewing dozens of people, including high-ranking members of Iskcon, people who know Shetty personally, his schoolmates, his former employees, academics who study Hinduism and graduates of Shetty’s life-coaching school.

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Shetty is hardly the first self-help guru to embellish his spiritual credentials to amass followers, but he demands huge sums of money for his guidance. Shetty has used his spiritual authority to launch a number of subscription and education services, including the life-coaching school, which charges $7,400 a term for “Postgraduate Diploma (Level 7) qualifications” – equivalent to a master’s degree.

The Jay Shetty Certification School pays OTHM, a private exam-certification company in the UK, to evaluate and certify its accreditation. It also claims that Ofqual, which regulates all exams for schools in England, “approves” the qualification.

According to the school’s brochure:

As OTHM qualifications are approved and regulated by Ofqual (Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulation), Jay Shetty Certification School students are also eligible to progress to a top-up degree, master’s program, or MBA at many universities in the UK and overseas with advanced standing.

Ofqual said it does not regulate the school’s accreditations. An Ofqual spokesperson wrote that the organization would be contacting the school to have “references to Ofqual removed from their website”.

Lawyers representing Shetty told the Guardian that the Jay Shetty Certification School is not approved by Ofqual but that it is an “OTHM Approved Center”, and that OTHM is approved by Ofqual – and that, as a result, students are “eligible to progress” to certain programs “with advanced standing”, as it says on the school’s website.

But OTHM told the Guardian that “Ofqual do not recognise Jay Shetty – the Centre is not linked to any OTHM Ofqual-regulated Qualifications”. They said that although the Jay Shetty school is an OTHM “endorsed Learning Programme”, these programs “are not Ofqual regulated” and the way the arrangement is currently advertised on the Shetty’s website “might mislead”.

In October 2023, when the Guardian was reporting this piece, the school’s brochure listed “University of Derby, Anglia Ruskin University, University of Buckingham” as universities where students would be eligible to progress to a “top-up degree”, a way to gain a full undergraduate degree by combining Jay Shetty Certification School diploma with only one year of full-time study.

The coaching school’s website still states that “progression arrangements” for a Jay Shetty coaching course to lead to a “top-up MBA” have “been confirmed by the University of Chichester”.

But when the Guardian contacted these universities, all of them denied any link with Shetty’s school. “We have never worked with Jay Shetty Certification School,” the University of Chichester’s chief marketing and communications officer, Mark Barlow, said in an interview. “I’m very unhappy that we are included on the website. We are unsure why we are being mentioned. We will immediately be making contact to get our name taken off.”

The claims about Ofqual and the University of Chichester remain online, as this article goes to press.

‘Why did you become a monk? ’

“Jay, you’re amazing,” Ellen DeGeneres gushed when Shetty joined her show for the first time in spring 2019. “So you were a monk in India. First of all, why did you become a monk?”

Shetty proceeded to tell the spiritual origin story he has relayed in numerous other interviews .

As Shetty tells it, he’s an 18-year-old, first-year student at Cass Business School in London when one of his friends invites him to attend a lecture at the school given by an Iskcon monk named Gauranga Das. “I wasn’t interested in hearing a monk’s perspective on life,” Shetty told DeGeneres . “My friend forced me to go. He promised me we would go to a bar afterwards.”

That lecture ends up drastically altering the trajectory of Shetty’s life. “My whole life, I’d been fascinated by people who’d gone from nothing to something – rags-to-riches stories,” Shetty writes in Think Like a Monk. “Now, for the first time, I was in the presence of someone who’d deliberately done the opposite.”

Shetty is so amazed by Gauranga Das that he follows the monk back to the ashram in India, spending his summers and holidays there studying ancient Hindu texts. After graduating from Cass, Shetty moves into the Indian ashram full-time, he says, renouncing the trappings of the material world for a devout life as a monk.

The date of the lecture is not easy to pin down. Shetty often changes the age he says he was when the lecture occurred, telling different news outlets that he was 18, 21 or 22 years old when he attended the talk. On Shetty’s own Genius website, it says Shetty heard “a monk speak for the first time when he was twenty one years old”.

In an email, Gauranga Das, the monk in question, told the Guardian that the lecture at Cass Business School occurred in 2007, when Shetty would have been at least 19. “We met at his college and then several other events that week,” he writes. Shetty’s legal team confirmed to the Guardian that the lecture took place in 2007.

“It doesn’t make sense,” Chaitanya Lila, a member of Iskcon who was in a romantic relationship with Shetty from June 2008 to December 2009, says of Shetty’s story. “He was in Iskcon before 2007.”

Shetty’s spiritual transformation seems to have started a year earlier, in the summer of 2006, during a trip to France for members of Iskcon Pandava Sena (IPS), the organization’s youth group.

A video of that 2006 trip shows a young Shetty interacting with monks in the white or saffron robes that denote monkhood in Iskcon. In one part of the video, Shetty is seen rapping while a man wearing monk attire plays violin as accompaniment. (The Guardian is using archival links to content that is no longer accessible, including some websites made private immediately following inquiries for this article.)

Shetty spoke about how revelatory the trip was in a November 2008 newsletter published by Iskcon . “When I returned, my view on KC [Krishna consciousness, the Iskcon religion] had completely changed and I had gone through a massive transformation.”

Those who attended the trip with him agreed: “He came in and was this London rude boy ,” said one Iskcon member who was also on the France retreat. “But he really immersed himself on the trip. I think he experienced Krishna consciousness and loved it.”

In 2006, shortly after the trip to France, Shetty was named chair of IPS. A grainy YouTube video taken later that year shows Shetty jumping and spinning in the center of a kirtan circle, Iskcon’s collective chanting and dancing ritual, led by Gauranga Das – the monk whom Shetty claims he met the following year.

In a letter to the Guardian, Shetty’s attorneys wrote that Shetty’s 2007 “meeting with Gauranga Das was Mr Shetty’s first meaningful meeting and engagement with a monk … Mr Shetty has been attending his local Iskcon temple since he was a child. While Mr Shetty came across monks at temple in his youth, those engagements were not memorable or meaningful in any way.”

In the 2008 Iskcon newsletter, Shetty makes no reference to a lecture by a monk awakening him spiritually. In his books and interviews published since he became famous, he makes no reference to his childhood in the faith and the trip to France. Shetty’s lawyers say, when reflecting on his spiritual experience, Shetty identifies Gauranga Das’s lecture as the “pivotal moment” that inspired him to be a monk.

Shetty writes in Think Like a Monk that during university, he spent “most of [his] Christmas and summer holidays living with monks” in Mumbai, which Lila, Shetty’s former girlfriend, disputes. “He went to India probably once during that year and a half that I was in a relationship with him, and that was probably for two weeks,” she said. (Representatives for Shetty said Shetty and Lila only dated for only a portion of Shetty’s college experience, so she can’t speak to the entire period, and that they have not had any contact in the 15 years since then.)

‘Why not go the Krishna route?’

Though he markets himself as a spiritual leader, Shetty’s output isn’t overtly religious. He occasionally references ancient Hindu texts, but the vast majority of his content is generalized, secular pop psychology, the likes of which you can find from any number of competing self-help personalities. He’s pulled off a seemingly impossible contradiction: branding himself as a spiritual guide without ever specifying the religious tradition he practices.

Shetty often avoids mentioning Iskcon, instead describing himself as a “ Vedic monk ”.

Dax Shepard asked Shetty this year on his Armchair Expert podcast about the particular form of Hinduism Shetty practices. “When you then decide to become a monk, why not go the Krishna route? Why did you end up in the Vedic world?” Shepard asked.

A young Indian man with light black beard and gelled black hair and a dark purple T-shirt closes his eyes and seems to scowl intently as he raises his folded hands to his lips.

“Vedic is a term I’ve used because Vedic is the overarching term that kind of houses all of these philosophies,” Shetty explained.

But “ Vedic ” is vague. The term references the Vedas, a collection of Sanskrit writings that are among the oldest religious texts in the world, and encompass thousands of distinct Hindu practices. “There’s no such thing as ‘being Vedic’. Being Vedic is being Hindu, basically,” said Tilak Parekh , a faculty member at the University of Cambridge’s divinity department, where he studies Hinduism. “Nearly all old Hindu traditions ascribe themselves to the Vedas.”

It’s not clear why Shetty would speak so much about his time as a monk but refrain from identifying where his studies took place. Perhaps he doesn’t want to alienate readers who are atheist or who practice another religion. But he might also be concerned about Iskcon’s history in the United States. The Hare Krishna movement, as it was often called, grew in the 1960s by appealing to people disillusioned with the hedonism of counterculture. Instead of free love and psychedelics, Krishnas seek enlightenment through self-denial. Drugs, alcohol, illicit sex, caffeine and meat are explicitly forbidden. To achieve transcendence, they chant the group’s signature mantra .

By the 1980s, Iskcon leaders were being described by some as abusive and cult-like. Men and women who had been raised in the Hare Krishna faith as children said they had been subject to routine beatings and sexual assaults at the hands of Iskcon teachers . Children as young as five had been separated from their parents and sent to Krishna boarding schools in India, called gurukulas , where boys were ordered to have sex with their spiritual masters. Girls were married off to men twice their age . Two Iskcon members were murdered by a fellow devotee for speaking out against the organization. Both murders were carried out by Thomas Drescher , who is serving a life sentence in prison, where he acts as a guru to other incarcerated people .

Shetty became more involved in Iskcon in 2006, long after these scandals and once the organization had already started to fade from public view. The year prior, Iskcon had been ordered to pay $9.5m to 535 former students who suffered abuse in the 70s and 80s , a settlement that forced Iskcon to file for bankruptcy in Los Angeles and close all of its US boarding schools. Seeing Krishna devotees chant in public became a rarity. A Los Angeles city ordinance banned them from soliciting at LAX airport.

But Iskcon has experienced a revival in recent years, particularly within the Indian diaspora . By 2016, the majority of Iskcon’s members in the US were, for the first time, people of Indian heritage, not the white hippies with whom the religion had been so closely associated for decades.

That resurgence was in part due to Iskcon members finding creative ways to rebrand Krishna consciousness as a secular spiritual practice, according Nicole Karapanagiotis, an associate professor of religion at Rutgers University–Camden and author of Branding Bhakti , about Iskcon’s efforts to reinvent itself. “They’ve built a lot of yoga studios, mindfulness centers, sustainability centers, etc to attract people who might not otherwise be attracted,” Karapanagiotis said.

“You would think that by now he would’ve mentioned where he was a monk,” Karapanagiotis said of Shetty. “It’s hard to imagine that leaving that out is not deliberate, but it’s not clear what the reason for that is.”

Shetty’s arm’s-length relationship with Iskcon has caused mixed feelings in the Iskcon community. Some support his work and understand he’s had to embrace a secular version of spiritualism to reach the masses, while others resent how personality cults have distorted their faith .

The Watford ashram

“I’m so happy to see you!” Gwyneth Paltrow exclaimed to Shetty from the stage of the In Goop health summit in November 2021 . “I would love it if you could just give everybody a little bit of your amazing story,” Paltrow continued. “How you came through being a monk and into being this amazing life coach and motivator and all of the amazing things you are.”

Shetty’s authority as a self-help figure stems from his time as a monk. It’s the basis for Think Like a Monk, and he brings it up in nearly every interview he does. Without his monk past, Shetty would be just another influencer battling for relevance online.

Indian man, red and brown striped blazer, smiles and poses for selfies with fans.

Shetty has repeatedly given the impression he lived as a monk for three years, from 2010 to 2013, in a Hindu ashram in India. “When I was 21 years old, I skipped my college graduation to join an ashram in a village near Mumbai,” Shetty writes in 8 Rules of Love. There’s a similar claim in the introduction of Think Like a Monk, where Shetty writes that he lived in Mumbai for three years before returning home to England. “Three years after I moved to Mumbai, my teacher, Gauranga Das, told me he believed I would be of greater value and service if I left the ashram and shared what I’d learned with the world.” A host of media outlets have relayed the anecdote, including WSJ Magazine , the New York Times , British GQ , GQ India and the Times of London ( twice ).

But he also spent considerable time as a monk at Bhaktivedanta Manor, a sprawling Tudor estate in Watford, a town just outside London, and visited India only occasionally.

Virabhadra Dasa, a Krishna devotee who lived in Iskcon’s Soho Street temple in central London from February 2011 to September 2012, says he saw Shetty several times over this span during visits to Bhaktivedanta Manor.

Shetty’s attorneys say that his time as a monk began in May 2010, when he moved into Bhaktivedanta Manor, and that he moved to India three months later. “Mr Shetty spent most of his time in India with trips back to Bhaktivedanta Manor as Mr Shetty was encouraged by his mentors at the monasteries in India to spend time serving in the community where he was raised. He also visited elsewhere in Europe and the US as part of his service. This is consistent with what Mr Shetty writes in Think Like a Monk: ‘When I graduated from college, I traded my suits for robes and joined the ashram, where we slept on the floor and lived out of gym lockers. I lived and traveled across India, the UK and Europe.’” Gauranga Das also told the Guardian that “Jay was a monk from May 2010 to March 2013 … [T]he first 3 months were in Bhaktivedanta Manor and after that he was primarily based in India.”

Shetty kept a blog, called the Essence , at this time, in which he recounted his travels around Europe and India in 2010 for his friends back home in London. (The site was made private during the reporting of this article.) In numerous blogposts throughout the summer of 2010, he describes Bhaktivedanta Manor as his primary ashram during his time as a monk .

He moved into Bhaktivedanta Manor in July 2010 , and it wasn’t until October 2010 that he visited India , where he initially spent less than four months . In early 2011, he wrote on the blog:

Came back from India>>>went to see a few people at City University (was a good laugh)>>>then planned an action packed weekend>>>but got sick>>>stuck at home in bed for 10 days (few nice souls came and visited)>>>came back to stay at the temple where i’ve been busy going to programs, distributing flyers and books on the streets all over the UK and enjoying festivals!… After almost four months in India, I realised that there was so much to process from my trip.

Contrary to the portrayal in his books, Shetty’s time in the Watford ashram was not just a quiet life of seclusion and travel. He also spent time blogging and hosting lectures. “I saw him in sweatpants more than I saw him in robes,” said a former Iskcon devotee who was a monk in London at the same time as Shetty.

Despite traveling constantly, and spending time online while he was a monk, Shetty said he had difficulty re-assimilating into society after leaving the ashram in early 2013. “That was the hardest point in my life,” Shetty told the hosts of the British daytime TV show This Morning in early 2023. “I feel like I experienced depression for the first time. I had forgotten how to do small talk. I didn’t know who the prime minister was, I didn’t know who won the World Cup. I didn’t even know how to have a conversation that wasn’t deep and meaningful.” He didn’t mention he’d spent time a few miles from the TV studio, blogging and lecturing students at City university.

The Tom Cruise of Krishna

In 2016, Shetty left his job as a consultant to pursue a new career. He rang in the new year by releasing his first video as an independent media personality, a piece about how the Bhagavad Gita can help people with their resolutions. The video was made in what would become Shetty’s signature style – delivering a non-stop stream of bumper-sticker wisdom and quotes from prominent spiritual and cultural figures (Gandhi, Leo Tolstoy, Ringo Starr). Shetty’s first video was more overtly religious than much of his oeuvre. The new year’s resolutions video was released on the YouTube channel Hare Krsna TV.

Shortly after it was published, Shetty told an Iskcon-affiliated news website that he was figuring out how to make his message more palatable to western audiences. The article states that Shetty “and a team of ‘urban monks’ sought to present Krishna consciousness to ‘the Apple Generation’ through blogs, social media, videos, and presentations at universities”, and that he wanted to bring people to the Krishna faith. “We can connect people across the world with Krishna consciousness, and start a revolution online!” Shetty said in the interview. (In Think Like a Monk, Shetty writes: “This book is completely nonsectarian. It’s not some sneaky conversion strategy. I swear!”)

“No, converting people to ‘Krishna consciousness’ is not Mr Shetty’s goal,” Shetty’s lawyers wrote to the Guardian. “Think Like a Monk explains Mr Shetty enjoys sharing the ancient wisdom he learned as a monk in a practical, accessible, relevant, and transformational way.”

One Iskcon member says Shetty is to the organization what Tom Cruise is to Scientology – a magnetic, media-friendly ambassador for an otherwise controversial religious institution. His sheer fame serves as a recruitment tool.

“People are hungry for spirituality, but they’re not interested in having to bow to red-robed monks, shave their heads and chant ancient, foreign mantras,” writes Ronald Purser, a professor of business at San Francisco State University, a practicing Buddhist for 40 years and the author of McMindfulness, about western capitalism co-opting and subsuming eastern religious traditions. “A savvy influencer like Shetty, with gobs of charisma, charm and entrepreneurial flair, offers exactly what the masses want – a spiritual-but-not religious, DIY, quick-fix type of ‘McSpirituality’.”

Indian man sits on wooden deck of yacht in small circle of white women.

Shetty’s videos got the attention of Arianna Huffington. He moved to New York in fall 2016 to work for HuffPost, but quickly realized he didn’t need the backing of a media outlet to achieve fame as a wisdom peddler. By early 2017, he was releasing his videos on his own through Facebook and YouTube, where his growth was meteoric. Two years after striking out on his own, he had surpassed 1 million followers on YouTube and 20 million on Facebook. He told Mashable he was making “ six figures per month ” through Facebook’s ad revenue share program for creators.

Despite what he writes in Think Like a Monk, Shetty’s social media prowess wasn’t the result only of his singular hard work. He used his stature within Iskcon and the IPS youth group to convince dozens of young members to help him produce and promote his work in the name of serving Krishna. “You have to appreciate that Jay was like a superstar within Iskcon at that point, and he was getting people to do so much stuff for him for free,” remembers one Iskcon member. Shetty had members post his social media content to their friends and family, urging them to like, subscribe and share. “It was relentless,” recalls another Iskcon member. “Facebook and WhatsApp and texts and emails. I don’t think he’d be where he is now without them.”

“Mr Shetty did ask and encourage friends to post, share, like and subscribe to his content,” according to the letter from Shetty’s attorneys. “Some friends assisted Mr Shetty with filming and editing. Mr Shetty did not make promises or represent to individuals or organizations that they would be paid for posting, sharing, liking and subscribing to his content.”

But much of Shetty’s content was plagiarized. In 2019, a social media influencer, Nicole Arbour, published the video Jay Shetty Is Full Of SH*T! , exhibiting how Shetty built his social media presence by lifting content from other people, making inspirational quotes – many of which had been copied, oftentimes verbatim, from accounts with smaller followings – look like original content.

After posting the video, Arbour says, she was inundated with messages from writers and digital creators who said Shetty had appropriated their work and refused to give them credit, even after they asked him directly. “They sent email after email begging him to take [his posts] down or at least credit them, and he just didn’t,” Arbour said. “That was pretty upsetting to me.”

Many of Shetty’s “original” videos were based on pre-existing parables and social media posts that had gone viral years earlier. Shetty released a melodramatic YouTube video in 2018, in which a blind woman dumps her boyfriend after receiving an eye transplant and discovering that her boyfriend is, in fact, blind himself. (The twist: the boyfriend had donated his eyes to her, an act of selflessness she was emotionally blind to see.) This cautionary tale had appeared on Reddit five years earlier , and again on Facebook in 2017. Another Shetty video from that year is a theatrical re-enactment of the The Cookie Thief, a poem that had been making the viral rounds as far back as 2010 . In another instance, Shetty copied an Indian man’s Facebook post about how parents shouldn’t put so much academic pressure on their children, word for word and without permission or attribution, in one of his videos.

After Arbour’s video, Shetty ordered his employees to go through all posts and include attributions to content that had been taken from elsewhere. He deleted more than 100 posts . He also hired a crisis PR firm, which launched a robust search-engine optimization campaign, according to a former employee of Shetty’s.

“It was a learning experience for Mr Shetty and his team,” Shetty’s lawyers write about his unauthorized use of people’s content. “From that point on, we are not aware of any issues of this nature arising.”

Shetty still uses other people’s content on his Instagram, now with attributions to the original creators. But he still doesn’t get permission from the source accounts. The Guardian spoke to three online creators – the TikTokker Emily Becca , and the Twitter users @BIGMEL____ and @TheOracleReadsU – whose content was reposted on Shetty’s Instagram page in the past year, and all of them said Shetty had never asked to use their content and that they received no compensation from him. “His popularity is based on just repurposing other people’s content and that’s what he seems to make money on,” Arbour said.

‘Opposite path of a spiritual person’

Shetty moved to LA – what he calls “ the content capital of the world ” – in early 2018 and got cozy with big stars. One of Shetty’s earliest Hollywood admirers was Russell Brand, who was refashioning himself as a post-woke social commentator. That same month, Shetty made his first of three appearances on Ellen and three on Red Table Talk , Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook talkshow. Will Smith took Shetty on as his personal spiritual adviser and the pair would end up spending so much time together that they would later joke their wives suspected they were in a romantic relationship.

“He’s an Indian man, he’s attractive, he’s charming, he’s sweet,” Fariha Róisín, the Australian Canadian author of the book Who Is Wellness For? , a critical look at the multitrillion-dollar wellness industry, wrote in an email of Shetty’s appeal. “I’ve been in the same room as him, and he’s appealing in the sense that he seems quite humble in person, almost shy. There is something compelling about that story – someone who accidentally came to fame, which I probably think, to some degree, is true. Yet it’s questionable that a monk left his life in a monastery to instead live a life … of what, making TikToks? Hanging out with celebrities? Being on YouTube? It’s almost the opposite path of what you assume a spiritual person arrives at.”

As Shetty’s circle of celebrity friends expanded, so did his lines of business. In January 2020, Shetty launched the Jay Shetty Certification School, a six-month online course that trains enrollees in Shetty’s success-coaching methodology.

To learn more about the school, I signed up for an introductory call. After 30 minutes of explaining the school’s schedule and curriculum, an enrollment adviser finally informed me about the sign-up cost, $7,400, information that’s not available on the school’s website. (The adviser was kind enough to offer me a one-time deal and cut the price to $6,800.)

Three days later, the adviser followed up with another call, and I pushed him about how graduates of the school recoup their $7,400 “investment”. The adviser had gone through the program himself, he said, and had been able to make his money back in just two months thanks to the school helping him set up his life-coaching business. He eventually built a big enough book of clients to make $10,000 a month from that business, he said.

I asked him why he had quit his life-coaching practice if he had been making so much money, and he said he made just as much now as an enrollment adviser for the certification school, a job that’s entirely commission-based. “It really aligns with my purpose,” he said. “With life coaching, I impact one person. Or I can be here and help people like you, who are going to go on and impact thousands of people.”

I mentioned that his explanation – him being certified in the Jay Shetty school, then certifying others, so they can then teach “thousands” of others – reminded me of a multilevel-marketing scheme. “I don’t know how to answer that,” he replied. “I’m just trying to help people, man.”

The Jay Shetty Certification School doesn’t meet the formal definition of a multilevel-marketing (MLM) company, in that success is not entirely dependent on recruiting others to join the school, but it does share a lot of characteristics with companies that operate as MLM schemes, according to William Keep, a professor of marketing at the College of New Jersey and an expert in MLMs . MLM schemes that pay sales representatives through commission are legal in both the UK and the US.

“There are so many similar patterns here,” Keep said. “What we’re seeing more in the MLM world, especially recently, is services instead of products … Someone builds credentials that are difficult to verify or exaggerated, and then suggests they have a secret: ‘I’ve got these wisdoms to share with you. What you do with them is up to you.’”

Shetty’s lawyers said the Jay Shetty school was a legitimate business model offering a comprehensive programme for individuals to develop knowledge and skills to become or improve as a life coach.

The Guardian spoke with several graduates of the Jay Shetty Certification School, and their experiences with the school were overwhelmingly positive. They felt the tuition, though expensive, was a good deal relative to other life-coaching courses – even though none of them were earning a full-time living from their coaching businesses, a year after graduating.

The Jay Shetty Certification School has accredited more than 1,100 students in three years , according to its brochure, which, at seven grand a student, means more than $7m in revenue.

Shetty also creates mental health content. Last spring, Shetty wrote “7 easy ways to improve your mental health right now” in a blogpost for the meditation app Calm. A July 2022 YouTube video from Shetty instructs viewers: “ Let’s Talk About Mental Health .” On his podcast, Shetty shared with his listeners “ 7 Things to Do This Weekend to Boost Your Mental Health ” in an episode.

Shetty’s website previously referred to him having a degree in “behavioural science”, rather than “management science”. Shetty’s former girlfriend Lila, a practicing psychotherapist for 13 years and the head of mental health services at a university in the UK, was critical of this, saying: “My issue as a mental health professional is that Shetty has misrepresented his persona, his knowledge and his credentials”.

Shetty’s wellness industry success allowed him to purchase a home in Nichols Canyon, in the Hollywood Hills, in fall 2021 for a reported $8.4m . (The house was formerly owned by Balthazar Getty, an heir to the Getty Oil fortune, whose family has been Hollywood royalty for generations.)

So far, Shetty’s rise has had few critics. When people do question Shetty, they are quickly dismissed. After he appeared on Armchair Expert this March to promote 8 Rules of Love, one of the show’s Instagram followers wrote a critical comment: “Super disappointed that you are platforming Jay Shetty. He is not an expert. What credentials does he hold to ‘help people through their current struggles’?”

Dax Shepard, the show’s main host, answered the comment from his personal Instagram account. “If you listen you will quickly hear that he is an expert in the religions from India. I found it illuminating :),” Shepard wrote. What religions those are, exactly, Shepard didn’t specify.

This article was amended on 4 March 2024. An earlier version described Ofqual as “the UK government’s exam watchdog, which regulates all exams for schools and universities”. It does not regulate university exams; is only involved in regulation in England, rather than the UK; and is independent of government, instead reporting directly to parliament. This has been corrected.

This article was amended on 26 March 2024 following a legal complaint from Jay Shetty. Mr Shetty’s lawyers say that he lived as a monk between 2010 and 2013 and that one requirement of Mr Shetty’s monastic training, that occurred in both India and the UK, was to share the teachings with others, including through lectures and online blogs. They also say Mr Shetty has never been dishonest or evasive about his background, including his association with Iskcon.

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What Does Jay Shetty Know About Love?

After bringing meditation to the online masses, the former monk wants to fix your relationships.

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By Alisha Haridasani Gupta

  • Feb. 13, 2023

On a frigid February morning, Jay Shetty joined Drew Barrymore as a co-host on her talk show for an episode about love. “No one is smarter and better” at talking about love than him, Ms. Barrymore declared , before bringing Mr. Shetty to the stage.

As Mr. Shetty, a 35-year-old monk turned life coach and influencer, shared dating advice from his new book, “8 Rules of Love: How to Find It, Keep It and Let It Go,” Ms. Barrymore melted into her chair. When he explained that a person should focus on self-growth before jumping into a relationship, she said, “Jay, I just appreciate you so much — I can’t even handle it!” Phoebe Robinson, a comedian, producer and actress who joined the two later in the show, was also smitten, leaning in to ask: “Jay, do you have any single friends? Hook us up!”

Mr. Shetty’s body of work is largely based on what he learned while living at an ashram in India from 2010 to 2013 — teachings he laid out in “Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day,” his first book, which became an instant New York Times best seller in 2020. His “8 Rules of Love” is also based on ancient Hindu teachings, and, within a week of its publication on Jan. 31, topped the New York Times best-seller list.  Starting next week, he will promote the new book on a 30-stop world tour, which has already sold out shows in Sydney and Los Angeles.

After seven years of posting bite-size self-improvement videos online, Mr. Shetty has achieved a level of fame that he described in an interview from his home in Los Angeles as “surreal.” He has amassed about 50 million followers across social media platforms; his podcast , On Purpose, is downloaded about 20 million times per month, and guests have included celebrities such as John Legend, Khloé Kardashian and Oprah Winfrey. He met Jennifer Lopez during an online event they hosted together, sponsored by Coach, and she then asked him to officiate when she married Ben Affleck last fall.

When asked what his official title should be, Mr. Shetty said “helping people find their purpose.” He joins a long list of wellness leaders expounding Eastern philosophies and capturing the attention of the West — a group that includes Deepak Chopra and the Indian monk Swami Vivekananda, who received a standing ovation in 1893 for his speech at the Parliament of the World’s Religions conference in Chicago. Mr. Shetty has his critics, like Ronald Purser, a business management professor at San Francisco State University and the author of “McMindfulness: How Mindfulness Became the New Capitalist Spirituality.” Mr. Purser said he saw Mr. Shetty’s content as fuel for a multimillion-dollar industry that has “uprooted entire 2,600-year traditions” and has turned teachings historically rooted in selflessness, altruism and sustainability into profit.

Mr. Shetty acknowledges the inherent tension in going from a monastic life, during which he disavowed material comfort and personal gain, to living in a mansion in Hollywood with his wife, Radhi Devlukia-Shetty, who has become a social media star herself, and charging fans up to $300 for a private dinner and meditation session with him on tour.

“I had to work through that paradox in my own heart and mind,” Mr. Shetty said. “It took me tons of internal work to wrap my head around it.” But it is all in service of his “vision”— as his website puts it — to “make wisdom go viral.”

The Making of an Influencer

Mr. Shetty, who is of Indian descent, grew up in north London in a middle-class household that wasn’t particularly religious. At 18, he enrolled in a management course at the prestigious Bayes Business School with plans to work in finance. But when he went to hear a monk named Gauranga Das speak on campus (lured by the promise of drinks with friends afterward), he became inspired.

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“Gauranga Das talked about how using your skills in the service of others is the primary focus of human life and I was like, ‘Wait a minute — everyone so far has been teaching me how to become a millionaire or a billionaire or how to start a new company, and he’s here talking about being happy and joyful,’” Mr. Shetty said. “That moment was so pivotal. If I didn’t meet him, I don’t think I would have pursued a spiritual path.”

While finishing his three-year degree, Mr. Shetty split his time off between interning at finance firms in London and training at an ashram in Mumbai under Gauranga Das. At school, he started the Think Out Loud club, which gathered like-minded students to discuss spirituality, psychology and philosophy. It wasn’t very popular, drawing just five to 10 students each week. But “I was listening to people, answering their questions, recommending books,” he said. “I was essentially doing what I do today, and I was happy.”

After graduating in 2010, he turned down job offers in finance and chose to live at the ashram full time, which meant shaving his head, swapping his wardrobe of corporate suits for two robes (one to wear and one to wash) and sleeping on a thin mat on the floor in a communal living space. His life choice didn’t make sense to his tight-knit community at home. “They were like: ‘Jay, you’ve been brainwashed. You’re never going to get a job again. You’re joining a cult,’” he said.

Three years later, he returned to London with roughly $25,000 in student loans and had to move back in with his parents amid a chorus of “told you so” from friends and relatives. “It was the most anxious and embarrassing moment in my life,” Mr. Shetty said.

After multiple rejections, he was accepted into a graduate training program at Accenture, but still wanted to pursue his dharma, or purpose, which he had come to believe was spreading mindfulness. And so he began offering meditation classes to co-workers.

Soon, an acquaintance suggested that he post meditation and philosophy videos on YouTube. “I literally thought to myself, ‘That only works for Justin Bieber,’” Mr. Shetty said. But he gave it a shot, recruiting a wedding videographer to help him make four short videos; they attracted thousands of views almost instantly.

His channel caught the eye of the human resources director at Accenture. She shared the videos with a friend, who just happened to be Arianna Huffington, the founder of The Huffington Post and, later, Thrive Global. She was “so taken with him and his mission,” Ms. Huffington said in an email, that she asked him to produce three videos for The Huffington Post to see if they would get any traction.

They collectively got close to 20 million views, Ms. Huffington said.“It was clear to us, to our audience and to the world that Jay Shetty was something special,” she said. Almost immediately, she offered him a job as a host and producer in New York City.

“Overnight, my life changed,” Mr. Shetty said.

What’s Love Got to Do With It?

Fans of Mr. Shetty point to his ability to translate complex philosophical concepts into easily digestible tidbits. He knows how to make that content “applicable to people’s everyday lives,” Ms. Huffington said.

His  YouTube channel is overflowing with titles optimized to catch the attention of millions of viewers, like “Husband leaves wife for another woman, THEN THIS HAPPENS” and “If Someone Broke Your Heart, WATCH THIS.”   The videos skim over the surface of the human experience, often ending with pat takeaways. “Things are not always as they appear,” he says in a video on how to avoid making snap judgments of others. “When someone cheats on you, it reflects more of who they are and not who you are,” he says in another about heartbreak.

“He’s beautiful, he's charming, he’s educated, he’s thoughtful when he speaks,” said Fariha Róisín , a poet, novelist and author of “Who Is Wellness For? An Examination of Wellness Culture and Who It Leaves Behind.” “All of those things are part of the mystique,” she said, that also makes him palatable.

Last year, he started “The Daily Jay,” an audio program with the meditation app Calm, in which he gives listeners a seven-minute breathing and meditation exercise to do each day. In one episode, he talks about neuroplasticity; in another, he explores a Hindu parable about shifting one’s perspective. It has become the app’s most popular program, according to the company.

Focusing on love now, Mr. Shetty said, is a natural evolution of his work. He is not trained as a couples therapist or a counselor, and while he sprinkles in stories about his relationship with his wife, who does not seem fazed by Mr. Shetty’s fame (she finished reading “Think Like a Monk” only this year and rarely listens to his podcast), his personal life was not the impetus to give advice about romance. Rather, he said, his advice was about helping people improve their relationships with themselves, and now he is simply teaching them to deepen their connections with others.

The new book explores the four Vedic stages of love — preparing for love, practicing love, protecting love and perfecting love — with simple exercises and takeaways. There is a list of first date questions like, “What is occupying your thoughts most at the moment?” And for readers in relationships, there is a “social calendar” worksheet — to help people make time for themselves that is separate from time with their significant other or with friends — “because the time and space we spend apart enhances the time we spend together,” he writes.

On tour, rather than read an excerpt and sign copies of the book, Mr. Shetty plans to host an “interactive experience” devised to help the audience members deepen their understanding of their relationships, he said.

But the very thing that makes his work popular — the accessibility — risks oversimplifying issues that he and the wellness industry writ large are trying to solve, Ms. Róisín said.

“There’s so much access to meditation today, or to spiritual thought, and yet society isn’t really getting better,” she said, adding that it is in large part because the wellness options promoted in the United States don’t tackle the systemic root causes of the country’s record levels of stress, anxiety and depression. “How can we be individually well if we aren’t well collectively?”

But, as Mr. Shetty said, he is not trying to change the system:

“I’m simply a man who used to be a monk, learned a ton of stuff and I am teaching what I learned.”

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Jay Shetty and Wife Radhi Reveal What They Love Most About Each Other as They Star in Gap Holiday Campaign (Exclusive)

The couple tells PEOPLE what it means to them to headline the Gap Holiday 2023 campaign and its "fresh take on the idea of ‘Gifted'"

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Jay Shetty and Radhi Devlukia are celebrating each other’s gifts this holiday season.

The life coach, 36, and the cookbook author , 33, are headlining the new Gap Holiday 2023 campaign, which “offers a fresh take on the idea of ‘Gifted,’” according to a press release.

When the couple — who has been married since 2016 — was approached by the clothing brand to model for the campaign, Jay tells PEOPLE he was “really excited” because “getting to do anything with my wife was always fun for me."

“Growing up in the U.K., we'd always look to the iconic U.S. holiday Gap campaigns. And I think I'd always look at that and be like, ‘Wow, this is so cool. They've had so many iconic people,’” the On Purpose podcast host recalls. “And I was like, ‘Can't believe they've thought of us. This is so sweet and it's so kind and generous.’”

As for Radhi, being asked to be a part of the campaign was “really incredible because I've been wearing Gap from when I was a baby,” she says, and the store locations were where her family “would all spend our Christmases together."

“It would be this special thing that they would buy the same thing for all seven of us girls,” Radhi says of the seven granddaughters in her family wearing the brand. “For so many years, it was a Gap sweatshirt, or it would be a Gap knitwear or a cardigan or something that all of us would be put into.”

She adds, “My mom would always, whenever she wanted to buy something that was good quality or actually splurge a little bit... I remember that she would choose to go to Gap when it was buying a gift for someone, or whether it was, ‘Oh, we need a really good winter sweater or something,’ and she would buy it.”

“She still has a few of the cardigans and jumpers that she bought 30 years ago that's in her closet,” says Radhi. “So I'm so excited, because whenever I go back and I go to her closet for something really warm when it's cold, I always end up picking one of her Gap sweaters from ages ago. It's got a comfort feel to it... that feels like such a welcoming, casual, just family-oriented type of company."

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The Gap Holiday 2023 campaign is “anchored in love and togetherness, celebrating the gift of self-expression with Gap's most-loved essentials, to finding the perfect gift to show how much you appreciate your loved ones, to the gift of being with each other during the holidays,” according to the brand's press release.

When asked what they think their spouse’s biggest "gift" is as a person, Radhi says of the “many gifts” her husband offers: “I think his gift has always meant to be able to share things which could feel really out of reach and very difficult to understand.”

“Because he's understood it so well, he's able to express it to people so beautifully and help them connect to it too,” she continues. “And I think whether it's to do with finding a purpose, or whether it's to do with spirituality, or whether it's to do with love, all the topics that he covers, there's the beauty of when you understand something deeply, you're able to share it simply. I feel like that's a good gift that he has.”

Jay, meanwhile, has “grown to really appreciate over the years and more recently” his wife’s “emotional awareness and emotional regulation." Radhi echoes his sentiment by jokingly admitting, "Basically, I cry a lot."

However, the former monk explains, “I feel like Radhi's really good at knowing ... if she just needs to take a break or if she needs to go and work out... And she's really committed to the practices, whether it be crying or whether it be working out, as a healing practice."

“And I think that self-healing and self-regulating is really difficult. I think we often seek for other people to solve that, but Radhi's really good at not only being aware of it herself, but then also the healing herself through it,” he says of Radhi, who describes herself as a “self-soother" who jokingly cries "a lot."

Adds Jay: “Our lives been through a lot of different changes over the last few years, and we've taken lots of big leaps and risks and done things that are difficult and beautiful. And she's just always found a way to choose growth. And I think that that's really hard... She's just chosen growth. And I think choosing growth is an amazing gift to have and an amazing quality to have," he noted.

As the couple prepare to celebrate the upcoming holidays, Jay says he is “really grateful to be a part of the campaign and the messaging around it.”

“The message of gift, the message of gratitude felt really great,” he tells PEOPLE. “I think the holidays can be a challenging, difficult, and stressful time for so many people. And often, it can bring about nerves and anxiety even more than joy. And I think that it's wonderful to just try to remind ourselves, and remind all of ourselves, to just take a moment to be grateful. Take a moment to be thoughtful, and really, to take a moment to help others in need and to be of service to others.”

“That, for me, is the most beautiful reminder at this time,” Jay says. "And being involved in a way to heal someone else, to help someone else, to support someone else can often be the most beautiful thing we can do at this time, because there are so many people who may need it.”

He adds, “To me, that's always what I turn towards during this time of year, and I'm glad that the campaign helped us kind of spotlight that in some of the messaging that we put around it.”

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