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How do I know what to do and what not to do?

Transcript: Vairagya means. It is not, Vairagya does not mean giving up your life and going somewhere. There's nowhere to go, unless you go with that guy, outer space. They're going to send you out with a one-way ticket I believe. Otherwise, where is there to go? Wherever you go, it's still life, isn't it? So, Vairagya means this. Literally means, Vairagya means beyond colour. That means you become transparent....

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... If you're transparent, every dimension of life can pass through you. But leaves you untouched. You can handle life to the extent you wish. What you can handle, you handle. What you cannot handle, you don't. But, in your life, if you do not do what you cannot do, that's not an issue. But if you do not do what you can do, you're a disaster. The moment you think something is good, something is bad, somebody is high, somebody is low, many many things that you can do, you will not do in your life. Simply because you think it's bad. Simply because you think it's low, or high, or whatever nonsense. So in our lives, it is most important, because it's a brief life. It's a limited amount of time for the human potential to flower. In this life, here if you're choosing what to do and what not to do, no. Everything that you can do, must happen. What you cannot do, it doesn't happen, it's okay. Right now this is the problem, you're looking up to some people, looking down on some people, and trying to be humble with them. There's no need to be humble. Treat everybody as rough as you treat yourself. That is, if you're treating yourself rough. If you're pandering to yourself, try with others. Then you'll get tired, then you'll treat them rough anyway. Yes? So, this is simple. Never look up to anybody, never look down at anybody. Just see everything the way it is. This is the fundamental of this culture. If you go to the temple, what do you do? What do you do? If you ever go to the temple, what do you do? Namaskaram. You see a man, what do you do? Namaskaram. You see a woman, what do you do? Namaskaram. You see a tree, what do you do? Namaskaram. You see a rock, what do you do? Namaskaram. Akka, snake, donkey, monkey. Everybody namaskaram. Because, fundamentally this is what it means. This is called Vairagya.

Transcript: Vairagya means. It is not, Vairagya does not mean giving up your life and going somewhere. There's nowhere...

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... to go, unless you go with that guy, outer space. They're going to send you out with a one-way ticket I believe. Otherwise, where is there to go? Wherever you go, it's still life, isn't it? So, Vairagya means this. Literally means, Vairagya means beyond colour. That means you become transparent. If you're transparent, every dimension of life can pass through you. But leaves you untouched. You can handle life to the extent you wish. What you can handle, you handle. What you cannot handle, you don't. But, in your life, if you do not do what you cannot do, that's not an issue. But if you do not do what you can do, you're a disaster. The moment you think something is good, something is bad, somebody is high, somebody is low, many many things that you can do, you will not do in your life. Simply because you think it's bad. Simply because you think it's low, or high, or whatever nonsense. So in our lives, it is most important, because it's a brief life. It's a limited amount of time for the human potential to flower. In this life, here if you're choosing what to do and what not to do, no. Everything that you can do, must happen. What you cannot do, it doesn't happen, it's okay. Right now this is the problem, you're looking up to some people, looking down on some people, and trying to be humble with them. There's no need to be humble. Treat everybody as rough as you treat yourself. That is, if you're treating yourself rough. If you're pandering to yourself, try with others. Then you'll get tired, then you'll treat them rough anyway. Yes? So, this is simple. Never look up to anybody, never look down at anybody. Just see everything the way it is. This is the fundamental of this culture. If you go to the temple, what do you do? What do you do? If you ever go to the temple, what do you do? Namaskaram. You see a man, what do you do? Namaskaram. You see a woman, what do you do? Namaskaram. You see a tree, what do you do? Namaskaram. You see a rock, what do you do? Namaskaram. Akka, snake, donkey, monkey. Everybody namaskaram. Because, fundamentally this is what it means. This is called Vairagya.

August 12, 2020

3:05

Overcome fear of suffering – the first step to achieve success

Synopsis: Sadhguru says - "You would step out into the world, and do whatever needs to be done, only if you have an assurance that no matter what you walk into, you will not lose yourself. You will walk full stride, otherwise you will only be half a step. Most human beings are half a step, because of fear of suffering". Once you are well managed within yourself, once your thoughts and emotions are well managed...

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... within yourself, and you are pleasant within yourself, then you can walk into any situation without any fear or apprehension.

Synopsis: Sadhguru says - "You would step out into the world, and do whatever needs to be done, only if you have...

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... an assurance that no matter what you walk into, you will not lose yourself. You will walk full stride, otherwise you will only be half a step. Most human beings are half a step, because of fear of suffering". Once you are well managed within yourself, once your thoughts and emotions are well managed within yourself, and you are pleasant within yourself, then you can walk into any situation without any fear or apprehension.

June 23, 2020

3:40

What Is The Source of All Your Suffering?

Synopsis: In this inspirational talk, Sadhguru tells us, that the root cause of our suffering is our own psychological process. Although the human have the most evolved neurological system on the planet, and are the most intelligent species, and even though, today we live in a world which has comforts which have never been seen before - still we are suffering everything. Sadhguru tells us that our entire experience...

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... of life happens within us. Pain and pleasure, joy and misery, agony and ecstasy, light and darkness - all happens within us. Wellbeing and joy can only happen from within us. And, whatever happens within us, must happen the way we want!

Synopsis: In this inspirational talk, Sadhguru tells us, that the root cause of our suffering is our own psychological...

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... process. Although the human have the most evolved neurological system on the planet, and are the most intelligent species, and even though, today we live in a world which has comforts which have never been seen before - still we are suffering everything. Sadhguru tells us that our entire experience of life happens within us. Pain and pleasure, joy and misery, agony and ecstasy, light and darkness - all happens within us. Wellbeing and joy can only happen from within us. And, whatever happens within us, must happen the way we want!

December 15, 2017

13:02

How To Resolve Conflict With Parents In Choice of Career?

Synopsis: A young man tells Sadhguru about his struggle with his father in choosing a career. Though he wanted to be a musician, his father forced him to go to college to study engineering. He asks Sadhguru - "what is my responsibility towards my parents, and by choosing to become a volunteer for something I care for, am I doing the right thing"? Sadhguru says - "There are no right things in life. If you choose...

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... something and put everything you have into it, it will become a great thing". Sadhguru tells what is the fundamental duty of children towards their parents.

Synopsis: A young man tells Sadhguru about his struggle with his father in choosing a career. Though he wanted...

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... to be a musician, his father forced him to go to college to study engineering. He asks Sadhguru - "what is my responsibility towards my parents, and by choosing to become a volunteer for something I care for, am I doing the right thing"? Sadhguru says - "There are no right things in life. If you choose something and put everything you have into it, it will become a great thing". Sadhguru tells what is the fundamental duty of children towards their parents.

December 8, 2017

9:05

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