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How to manage time? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Piyush Pandey | #1

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...You probably are the biggest multitasker that I have met in my life. You are into sharing wonderful things with people, millions of people. And you find the time to play golf. And you ride a motorcycle like a champion. You own a helicopter. You do a lot of stuff in ecosystems with your greenhands. I don’t know what all you do. How do you manage your time?   

Synopsis: You probably are the biggest multitasker that I have met in my life....

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... You are into sharing wonderful things with people, millions of people. And you find the time to play golf. And you ride a motorcycle like a champion. You own a helicopter. You do a lot of stuff in ecosystems with your greenhands. I don’t know what all you do. How do you manage your time?   

April 15, 2021

7:27

Time travel | Sadhguru in Conversation with Rakul Preet Singh | #8

Synopsis: What is your take on time travel?  

Synopsis: What is your take on time travel?  


April 14, 2021

5:59

A crash course on time management

Transcript: Time, how to manage? It's too big a thing to manage. Not in your hands. Whether you like it or not, it's sticking away, isn't it? Yes? If you sit here, it's sticking away. If you jump around, it'll tick away. Do whatever you want, it'll tick away, isn't it? But what you can do with yourself, that you can manage. That's nothing to do with the time. So self-management, not time management. Just a few...

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... days ago, I was flying in from India. Normally, it used to be 13 and a half, 14 hours, but now there is some issue that Pakistan is not allowing airplanes to fly over their airspace. So it's taking 16 hours. Because I know all the pilots and I'm a licensed pilot myself, so they let me sit in the cockpit. And I'm interested in what's happening there. So I was talking to them and they said, Sadhguru... I said 14 hours, isn't it guys? And they said, no Sadhguru, 16 hours. It's so long. Then I said, see I'm not complaining because just a century ago if I had to go to United States, it was 60 days. 16 hours, I'm not complaining. I'm okay. I'll sit down, lie down, read something, do something, or talk to you. But I'm not complaining about 16 hours. How did 60 days become 16 hours? Simply because, from a chugging steam engine to a jet engine. Hello? Suddenly, 60 days became 16 hours. So the only way you can take charge of time is by mastering your energies, how they function. If you are functioning like a steam engine, it's a long time. If you're functioning like a jet engine, boom! Right now they're saying the Chinese have developed an airplane where Beijing to New York, you can do it in two hours. They're saying by 2028 they'll have it commercially ready. Two hours. So this is not mastery of time, but consequentially it is mastery of time. If what somebody does in 10 years, if you can do it in one year. If both of you live for 100 years, in terms of impact and profoundness of experience, you lived for a thousand years. Hello? That is the only way you can take charge of time. And one who's taken charge of time, for him the entire universe is a sweetness of compassion. That will be his experience of life once he's taken charge of time.

Transcript: Time, how to manage? It's too big a thing to manage. Not in your hands. Whether you like it or not, it's...

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... sticking away, isn't it? Yes? If you sit here, it's sticking away. If you jump around, it'll tick away. Do whatever you want, it'll tick away, isn't it? But what you can do with yourself, that you can manage. That's nothing to do with the time. So self-management, not time management. Just a few days ago, I was flying in from India. Normally, it used to be 13 and a half, 14 hours, but now there is some issue that Pakistan is not allowing airplanes to fly over their airspace. So it's taking 16 hours. Because I know all the pilots and I'm a licensed pilot myself, so they let me sit in the cockpit. And I'm interested in what's happening there. So I was talking to them and they said, Sadhguru... I said 14 hours, isn't it guys? And they said, no Sadhguru, 16 hours. It's so long. Then I said, see I'm not complaining because just a century ago if I had to go to United States, it was 60 days. 16 hours, I'm not complaining. I'm okay. I'll sit down, lie down, read something, do something, or talk to you. But I'm not complaining about 16 hours. How did 60 days become 16 hours? Simply because, from a chugging steam engine to a jet engine. Hello? Suddenly, 60 days became 16 hours. So the only way you can take charge of time is by mastering your energies, how they function. If you are functioning like a steam engine, it's a long time. If you're functioning like a jet engine, boom! Right now they're saying the Chinese have developed an airplane where Beijing to New York, you can do it in two hours. They're saying by 2028 they'll have it commercially ready. Two hours. So this is not mastery of time, but consequentially it is mastery of time. If what somebody does in 10 years, if you can do it in one year. If both of you live for 100 years, in terms of impact and profoundness of experience, you lived for a thousand years. Hello? That is the only way you can take charge of time. And one who's taken charge of time, for him the entire universe is a sweetness of compassion. That will be his experience of life once he's taken charge of time.

January 12, 2021

3:12

How much time do we really have? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Matthew Hayden | #10

Synopsis: Sadhguru, my question is about boundlessness. Earlier today you mentioned that there is something within us that is seeking to express in different ways and it comes as different forms. Every morning when I get up, there are always two voices at least, and while I know that, I’m sorry. One of the things that you said is, ultimately you’ll have to come to yoga because...

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... you’ve tried everything. Every morning when I get up, I find that there’s these two voices that say you have time, and sometimes it says you don’t have time. So, Sadhguru, I think my question to you after knowing you for a bit, and also you’ve been talking about life continuing in death. The question, I suppose is, how much time do we really have? And, of course, why isn’t it there in my experience? Because every morning when I get up, I’m like ya, I’ve got time and I can get to yoga one day or the other. And still be able to make it. But, the reality seems to be that, you know, there is not much time.  

Synopsis: Sadhguru, my question is about boundlessness. Earlier today you mentioned...

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... that there is something within us that is seeking to express in different ways and it comes as different forms. Every morning when I get up, there are always two voices at least, and while I know that, I’m sorry. One of the things that you said is, ultimately you’ll have to come to yoga because you’ve tried everything. Every morning when I get up, I find that there’s these two voices that say you have time, and sometimes it says you don’t have time. So, Sadhguru, I think my question to you after knowing you for a bit, and also you’ve been talking about life continuing in death. The question, I suppose is, how much time do we really have? And, of course, why isn’t it there in my experience? Because every morning when I get up, I’m like ya, I’ve got time and I can get to yoga one day or the other. And still be able to make it. But, the reality seems to be that, you know, there is not much time.  

January 2, 2021

10:49

What is Kala (or Time)?

Synopsis: In this talk, Sadhguru explains the different meaning of the word 'Kala' - The Time. 'Kala' also means Cycles of Nature. Time as we experience is only because of the cyclical movement of physical nature. From Atomic to Cosmic, everything that is physical is cyclical in nature. And we are just 'Toys of Time'. Time is constantly ticking away for everyone and is getting over for everyone. In Yogic sciences,...

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... death is aptly described as ' Your time got over' - because that's what really it is. 'Kala Bhairva' is to access that dimension of Time to become 'Master of Time' - once you become master of time, you become master of Life process because all Life process is rooted in time.

Synopsis: In this talk, Sadhguru explains the different meaning of the word 'Kala' - The Time. 'Kala' also means...

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... Cycles of Nature. Time as we experience is only because of the cyclical movement of physical nature. From Atomic to Cosmic, everything that is physical is cyclical in nature. And we are just 'Toys of Time'. Time is constantly ticking away for everyone and is getting over for everyone. In Yogic sciences, death is aptly described as ' Your time got over' - because that's what really it is. 'Kala Bhairva' is to access that dimension of Time to become 'Master of Time' - once you become master of time, you become master of Life process because all Life process is rooted in time.

February 12, 2020

03:42

How Markandeya defeated death

Synopsis: Markandeya, an ancient Yogi and Hindu sage was a celebrated Shiva devotee. His parents had to make a decision when he was being born - because of which he had only 16 years of life. As he grew older, his parents became despondent their son will die soon. When Markandeya came to know of this, he told his parents not to worry - I will not die. What did he do to conquer Death? What does Shiva's form as...

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... 'Kaal Bhairav' mean and what possibilities of life does it open if you have access to this dimension? Find out as Sadhguru narrates the story of how Markandeya escaped the clutches of death....

Synopsis: Markandeya, an ancient Yogi and Hindu sage was a celebrated Shiva devotee. His parents had to make a...

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... decision when he was being born - because of which he had only 16 years of life. As he grew older, his parents became despondent their son will die soon. When Markandeya came to know of this, he told his parents not to worry - I will not die. What did he do to conquer Death? What does Shiva's form as 'Kaal Bhairav' mean and what possibilities of life does it open if you have access to this dimension? Find out as Sadhguru narrates the story of how Markandeya escaped the clutches of death....

February 1, 2020

2:59

Anesthesia and Enlightenment – Why both experience a sense of Loss of TIME ?

Synopsis: Eminent Scientists at Harvard Medical School seek Sadhguru's insights on Consciousness, Memory and Mind as science still struggles to fully understand these dimensions. The discussion panelists are Dr. Emery N. Brown, MD, PhD, Warren M. Zapol Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School and Nicholas D. Schiff, MD, PhD, The Jerold B. Katz Professor of Neurology and Neurosciences, Weill Cornell...

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... Medical College,New York.

Synopsis: Eminent Scientists at Harvard Medical School seek Sadhguru's insights on Consciousness, Memory and Mind...

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... as science still struggles to fully understand these dimensions. The discussion panelists are Dr. Emery N. Brown, MD, PhD, Warren M. Zapol Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School and Nicholas D. Schiff, MD, PhD, The Jerold B. Katz Professor of Neurology and Neurosciences, Weill Cornell Medical College,New York.

August 14, 2019

12:16

How to Make the Most of Your Time, Energy and Life?

Though this is a long blog by Sadhguru, it is a must read. It addresses some fundamental questions about sensible living. Is there a particular number of breaths, and heartbeat rate to be in perfect sync with the Earth? Are you spending all your time to fulfill the needs of your body and mind - what about Living for Life? If I become competitive, can I operate at my full competence? Is there a way to know the language of all the creatures on the planet, or even the language if planet Earth itself? Is there a relation between your number of breaths and your perception?

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July 25, 2019

10 min read

The Story of Markandeya Kalbhairava

Sadhguru narrates the fascinating story of Markandeya and how he was saved from death by Kala Bhairava. Sadhguru explains, Kala Bhairava is that dimension of consciousness that is beyond time. He says - "If you bring yourself to a state where there is a certain distance between you and your physicality, your physical nature has been kept aside, so time simply does not exist for you. Once there is distance, there is no time at all in your experience. Then we say you are a Kalabhairava".

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January 19, 2018

3 min read

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