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How to be peaceful and happy? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Anupam Kher | #9

Synopsis: Good evening all of you. Guruji, I would like to know, you know, man is always craving for more and more. And not happy with all he gets. Of course, you just explained how happiness is an internal state of being. What would you tell the normal people as to how to get peace and happiness in their lives?

Synopsis: Good evening all of you. Guruji, I would like to know, you know, man...

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... is always craving for more and more. And not happy with all he gets. Of course, you just explained how happiness is an internal state of being. What would you tell the normal people as to how to get peace and happiness in their lives?

May 7, 2021

6:15

How to become ecstatic? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Anupam Kher | #8

Synopsis: At the Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore, near the samadhi of your wife is a photograph which sent shivers down my spine. The feelings are of sheer ecstasy in my interpretation. How does one achieve that level of ecstasy in life?

Synopsis: At the Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore, near the samadhi of your wife...

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... is a photograph which sent shivers down my spine. The feelings are of sheer ecstasy in my interpretation. How does one achieve that level of ecstasy in life?

May 7, 2021

6:43

What is samadhi? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Anupam Kher | #7

Synopsis: Your book ‘Mystics Musings’, which I read many years ago when I lost my younger brother. It was a great tragedy in the family and something that I was finding difficult to cope with. It gave me a great amount of courage and made me feel much better. Also it talked a lot about spirits, it talked a lot about life being a continuous process. In that, you write about...

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... when you and your wife, everybody was constructing the Dhyanalinga. And you talk about how a thread of life, grasp of life, something to that effect, became very fragile. When she could not hold onto it and she passed away. What exactly did you mean by that?

Synopsis: Your book ‘Mystics Musings’, which I read many years ago when I lost...

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... my younger brother. It was a great tragedy in the family and something that I was finding difficult to cope with. It gave me a great amount of courage and made me feel much better. Also it talked a lot about spirits, it talked a lot about life being a continuous process. In that, you write about when you and your wife, everybody was constructing the Dhyanalinga. And you talk about how a thread of life, grasp of life, something to that effect, became very fragile. When she could not hold onto it and she passed away. What exactly did you mean by that?

May 7, 2021

11:47

Are asanas a form of greed? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Prasoon Joshi | #2

Synopsis: My question is about asanas. It’s my point of view. I mean, maybe I’m completely wrong. But I feel there is too much greed in that, to learn from other animals. You know, why a snake is doing like this, why are you doing it like a dog, why are you doing it like a lion. Everything you want to learn from animals. Anybody has anything, I want to get the best of it....

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... Is it greed?

Synopsis: My question is about asanas. It’s my point of view. I mean, maybe I’m...

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... completely wrong. But I feel there is too much greed in that, to learn from other animals. You know, why a snake is doing like this, why are you doing it like a dog, why are you doing it like a lion. Everything you want to learn from animals. Anybody has anything, I want to get the best of it. Is it greed?

May 4, 2021

9:42

Sabyasachi, have you considered doing a yoga clothing line? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Sabyasachi | #20

Synopsis: Namaskaram. Have you heard of LuluLemon? I’m from Canada. In North American have you heard of the LuluLemon, the yoga brand? Okay, so it’s all about sex appeal. Anyone who knows what LuluLemon is, will understand if not check it out. We really need an alternative because it’s such a turn off with yoga. And I’m just wondering if you’ve considered doing a yoga...

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... clothing line. That’s fashionable kurtas and pyjamas that are suited for doing yoga that are made of organic cotton. And I did the Hatha Yoga teacher training in 2015 and I would’ve never ever considered doing yoga in a kurta and pyjama when I was at home. But now I can’t do it in spandex and tight fabrics anymore. And I totally understand why Sadhguru says about not doing yoga in tight clothing. And it’s profound, the experience of it. And so I’m wondering if you can create that in North America?

Synopsis: Namaskaram. Have you heard of LuluLemon? I’m from Canada. In North...

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... American have you heard of the LuluLemon, the yoga brand? Okay, so it’s all about sex appeal. Anyone who knows what LuluLemon is, will understand if not check it out. We really need an alternative because it’s such a turn off with yoga. And I’m just wondering if you’ve considered doing a yoga clothing line. That’s fashionable kurtas and pyjamas that are suited for doing yoga that are made of organic cotton. And I did the Hatha Yoga teacher training in 2015 and I would’ve never ever considered doing yoga in a kurta and pyjama when I was at home. But now I can’t do it in spandex and tight fabrics anymore. And I totally understand why Sadhguru says about not doing yoga in tight clothing. And it’s profound, the experience of it. And so I’m wondering if you can create that in North America?

April 29, 2021

4:21

Plastic surgery | Sadhguru in Conversation with Sabyasachi | #18

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...It’s about plastic surgery and yoga. So what I wanted to find out was, my cousin said that with the type of cesarean I had, to do plastic surgery in order to cut off the excess fat. For me, I just thought, I’m on the path of yoga, it doesn’t matter. And I wanted to find out from you, what do you think of plastic surgery, cutting off skin? And how that impacts yoga?

Synopsis: It’s about plastic surgery and yoga. So what I wanted to find out was,...

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... my cousin said that with the type of cesarean I had, to do plastic surgery in order to cut off the excess fat. For me, I just thought, I’m on the path of yoga, it doesn’t matter. And I wanted to find out from you, what do you think of plastic surgery, cutting off skin? And how that impacts yoga?

April 29, 2021

0:59

Is there chaos in yoga? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Sabyasachi | #11

Synopsis: But Sadhguru, yoga often feels like a very rigorous discipline. Where does chaos fit into that?

Synopsis: But Sadhguru, yoga often feels like a very rigorous discipline. Where...

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... does chaos fit into that?

April 29, 2021

8:39

Where do I learn disciplined yoga that will help me achieve my goals? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Karan Johar | #13

Synopsis: So my question is, I would like to space dive. It’s basically going all the way up to space and diving from there. And the thing is, I’ve knocked on a 100 doors only to be turned down every single time. Even ISRO turned me down saying they don’t have enough funds. Space dive is important because India has gone leaps and bounds forward in space technology. But in...

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... human space technology, it’s way back. My question to you, Sadhguru, is my biggest weakness is I like to live in danger. My question to you, Sadhguru, is where do I find an organization that will help me with the disciplined yoga and meditation that will help me with this? And, where do I find a person, most preferably a movie director, who will fund this project. Understand the importance of this project. That India needs a human space program. Fund it and make a movie out of it, which has less drama, less songs, and more of how a person struggles to get a mission accomplished.

Synopsis: So my question is, I would like to space dive. It’s basically going...

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... all the way up to space and diving from there. And the thing is, I’ve knocked on a 100 doors only to be turned down every single time. Even ISRO turned me down saying they don’t have enough funds. Space dive is important because India has gone leaps and bounds forward in space technology. But in human space technology, it’s way back. My question to you, Sadhguru, is my biggest weakness is I like to live in danger. My question to you, Sadhguru, is where do I find an organization that will help me with the disciplined yoga and meditation that will help me with this? And, where do I find a person, most preferably a movie director, who will fund this project. Understand the importance of this project. That India needs a human space program. Fund it and make a movie out of it, which has less drama, less songs, and more of how a person struggles to get a mission accomplished.

April 25, 2021

4:05

Sadhguru, why are you obsessed with Adiyogi? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Kangana Ranaut | #10

Synopsis: We’ll move to your favourite topic. Now we move to Shiva. So Shiva is what I got from reading and doing my practices and spending time with you, Shiva is not somebody sitting up there and looking at us. Shiva is a dimension. It is, what they say in science, a black hole. Where nothing seems to be the origin of the universe. Where everything seems to be coming out of...

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... nothingness and swallowed into nothingness. That nothingness is Shiva. So anybody who accesses that dimension, if you access it you become Shiva. If I tap into that I can become Shiva. But, tell me, Adiyogi, the first yogi, was somebody who has access to that dimension. So why is it that you are obsessed with Adiyogi? Isn’t it like making it about the container and not the contained? Isn’t it like that? You only talk about Adiyogi. It’s like Adiyogi is the container.

Synopsis: We’ll move to your favourite topic. Now we move to Shiva. So Shiva...

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... is what I got from reading and doing my practices and spending time with you, Shiva is not somebody sitting up there and looking at us. Shiva is a dimension. It is, what they say in science, a black hole. Where nothing seems to be the origin of the universe. Where everything seems to be coming out of nothingness and swallowed into nothingness. That nothingness is Shiva. So anybody who accesses that dimension, if you access it you become Shiva. If I tap into that I can become Shiva. But, tell me, Adiyogi, the first yogi, was somebody who has access to that dimension. So why is it that you are obsessed with Adiyogi? Isn’t it like making it about the container and not the contained? Isn’t it like that? You only talk about Adiyogi. It’s like Adiyogi is the container.

April 22, 2021

9:27

What has yoga and spirituality given us as a country? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Kangana Ranaut | #2

Synopsis: That brings me to a question about our roots ingrained in yoga, and spirituality. But where has it got us? As a nation. As a country. As a continent. What has it given us? I know what you say about karma bondage and I quote you, if somebody breaks your leg, don’t go after that person’s leg. Fix your leg and go your way. I understand, that sounds fantastic. But, if...

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... somebody breaks your leg and you go your way, somebody again comes and breaks your leg. What do you do? No, you’re literally taking it. But tell me, don’t we have a history of thousand years of invasion after invasion. And didn't we grow up hearing this from our mothers, that if somebody rubs you the wrong way, the only thing that they say is, bhagvan dekh raha hai. What? I mean, we as a land, I don’t know much about history, but this much I know that we as a land, we’ve not. And thanks to our spiritual education, we have never gone to invade a continent or gone for a conquest like that. But where has it got us? Where has it landed us? So why not imitate the West?

Synopsis: That brings me to a question about our roots ingrained in yoga, and spirituality....

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... But where has it got us? As a nation. As a country. As a continent. What has it given us? I know what you say about karma bondage and I quote you, if somebody breaks your leg, don’t go after that person’s leg. Fix your leg and go your way. I understand, that sounds fantastic. But, if somebody breaks your leg and you go your way, somebody again comes and breaks your leg. What do you do? No, you’re literally taking it. But tell me, don’t we have a history of thousand years of invasion after invasion. And didn't we grow up hearing this from our mothers, that if somebody rubs you the wrong way, the only thing that they say is, bhagvan dekh raha hai. What? I mean, we as a land, I don’t know much about history, but this much I know that we as a land, we’ve not. And thanks to our spiritual education, we have never gone to invade a continent or gone for a conquest like that. But where has it got us? Where has it landed us? So why not imitate the West?

April 22, 2021

4:10

How to seek internal peace? | Sadhguru at Yale School of Medicine | #13

Synopsis: How to seek internal peace?  

Synopsis: How to seek internal peace?  


April 19, 2021

7:06

Are physical ailments cured by yoga? | Sadhguru at Yale School of Medicine | #12

Synopsis: I was wondering if physical ailments are cured, or at least helped by yoga?  

Synopsis: I was wondering if physical ailments are cured, or at least helped by...

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... yoga?  

April 19, 2021

7:19

The inner life and the outer life | Sadhguru at Yale School of Medicine | #4

Synopsis: Let’s talk about the inner life and the outer life. One thing that strikes me as so powerful about your mission in the world is that you seem to successfully broker both of those worlds. You successfully pursue both of those worlds, if you will. The Isha Foundation educates the young and plants trees. And then you also teach people about inner engineering. And I think...

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... that could be a challenge for us in the West. We in the West, perhaps, love the outer world and maybe at the expense of the inner world. But I’d love to hear your perspective of that.  

Synopsis: Let’s talk about the inner life and the outer life. One thing that...

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... strikes me as so powerful about your mission in the world is that you seem to successfully broker both of those worlds. You successfully pursue both of those worlds, if you will. The Isha Foundation educates the young and plants trees. And then you also teach people about inner engineering. And I think that could be a challenge for us in the West. We in the West, perhaps, love the outer world and maybe at the expense of the inner world. But I’d love to hear your perspective of that.  

April 19, 2021

4:26

What does ‘Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy’ mean? | Sadhguru at Yale School of Medicine | #3

Synopsis: So, I was really interested in the title of your book. ‘Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy’. And, those are some words that you don’t usually see often so close together. I’m thinking about engineering and joy. And a yogi. Right. Engineering, yogi. And I like that word, engineering. You need to know there are some of the top engineers at the university,...

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... who are in the audience today. So what’s the theme of this? What would you say is the message of this? I mean I think you’re getting at that, ‘Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy’. What does that mean?  

Synopsis: So, I was really interested in the title of your book. ‘Inner Engineering:...

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... A Yogi’s Guide to Joy’. And, those are some words that you don’t usually see often so close together. I’m thinking about engineering and joy. And a yogi. Right. Engineering, yogi. And I like that word, engineering. You need to know there are some of the top engineers at the university, who are in the audience today. So what’s the theme of this? What would you say is the message of this? I mean I think you’re getting at that, ‘Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy’. What does that mean?  

April 19, 2021

6:08

About Adiyogi | Sadhguru in Conversation with Yalda Hakim | #11

Synopsis: I wanted to know about Adiyogi. Because I've learned and I studied some yoga for years. And I never heard about Adiyogi, except from you.  

Synopsis: I wanted to know about Adiyogi. Because I've learned and I studied some...

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... yoga for years. And I never heard about Adiyogi, except from you.  

April 18, 2021

5:02

Kali Yuga | Sadhguru in Conversation with Yalda Hakim | #9

Synopsis: In Kali Yuga, is it possible to take the advaitic meditative route to try and get in touch with your consciousness, without a guru and the gurumantra? Or, should one pursue namasmarana and bhaktimarga as the way?  

Synopsis: In Kali Yuga, is it possible to take the advaitic meditative route to...

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... try and get in touch with your consciousness, without a guru and the gurumantra? Or, should one pursue namasmarana and bhaktimarga as the way?  

April 18, 2021

7:56

What does the Jananam Sukhadam chant mean? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Yalda Hakim | #1

Synopsis: Sadhguru, can you tell us a little bit about that chant and what it means?  

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...Sadhguru, can you tell us a little bit about that chant and what it means?  

April 18, 2021

2:22

Sadhguru, what was the influence of Adiyogi in shaping your path of enlightenment? | Sadhguru in Conversation with India’s BSF Officers | #1

Synopsis: Your life has really mesmerized billions, the collage is so colourful. And we would like to know more about it. Specially the influence of Adiyogi, in shaping your entire being towards becoming an enlightened yogi.  

Synopsis: Your life has really mesmerized billions, the collage is so colourful....

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... And we would like to know more about it. Specially the influence of Adiyogi, in shaping your entire being towards becoming an enlightened yogi.  

April 17, 2021

3:28

What happens if you learn yoga from an inexperienced teacher? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Julie Gichuru | #8

Synopsis: My question is about yoga and of course, ahead of international yoga day, we’re very privileged to have you here in Nairobi. My question is about the benefits of yoga which everybody talks about. And everybody knows that yoga has great benefits for inner well-being, as well as the external. However, in Nairobi, with all due respect to certain people who are in the...

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... craft, I notice that housewives overnight turn into yoga gurus because they watch some DVDs, they watch a few programmes on TV and then decide to start teaching yoga. And that is, of course, a big concern because people do understand the benefits of yoga. But they don’t understand that if you’re going to be training under somebody who’s not quite qualified in the craft what are the disadvantages. So I’d possibly please request you to highlight what are the disadvantages of practicing with, I’m sorry the term may seem harsh, but a quack yoga teacher would be?  

Synopsis: My question is about yoga and of course, ahead of international yoga...

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... day, we’re very privileged to have you here in Nairobi. My question is about the benefits of yoga which everybody talks about. And everybody knows that yoga has great benefits for inner well-being, as well as the external. However, in Nairobi, with all due respect to certain people who are in the craft, I notice that housewives overnight turn into yoga gurus because they watch some DVDs, they watch a few programmes on TV and then decide to start teaching yoga. And that is, of course, a big concern because people do understand the benefits of yoga. But they don’t understand that if you’re going to be training under somebody who’s not quite qualified in the craft what are the disadvantages. So I’d possibly please request you to highlight what are the disadvantages of practicing with, I’m sorry the term may seem harsh, but a quack yoga teacher would be?  

April 17, 2021

21:43

How did you discover yoga? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Barkha Dutt | #5

Synopsis: You were 13 when you first, quite accidentally, discovered yoga. Tell us how did you discover yoga?  

Synopsis: You were 13 when you first, quite accidentally, discovered yoga. Tell...

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... us how did you discover yoga?  

April 16, 2021

4:43

Is Inner Engineering only for those who believe? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Barkha Dutt | #3

Synopsis: If your technology of Inner Engineering is available to all of us to, in a sense, find strength within ourselves, then does that mean that the atheist and the agnostic and the skeptic, can also embrace spirituality? Is Inner Engineering only for those who believe? Or is it for anyone who asks questions?  

Synopsis: If your technology of Inner Engineering is available to all of us to,...

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... in a sense, find strength within ourselves, then does that mean that the atheist and the agnostic and the skeptic, can also embrace spirituality? Is Inner Engineering only for those who believe? Or is it for anyone who asks questions?  

April 16, 2021

11:35

What are the barriers in the path of devotion? | Sadhguru in Conversation with Deepak Chopra | #3

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...Dr. Chopra, you have spoken about the different forms of yoga. The RajaYoga, the PapaYoga, the path of devotion. And we know that’s been spoken about in the Gita. So what’s so difficult? What is the barrier? That people haven’t seen it yet. It seems obvious on one level, and it’s very difficult to grasp on the other? Could you just talk to us about it?  

Synopsis: Dr. Chopra, you have spoken about the different forms of yoga. The RajaYoga,...

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... the PapaYoga, the path of devotion. And we know that’s been spoken about in the Gita. So what’s so difficult? What is the barrier? That people haven’t seen it yet. It seems obvious on one level, and it’s very difficult to grasp on the other? Could you just talk to us about it?  

April 14, 2021

21:21

Can you have multiple gurus? | Sadhguru at University of Toronto | #8

Synopsis: I always thought that in order to be spiritual and liberated, you need to find yourself a guru. And in the process of doing so, I’ve traveled to Nepal and India looking for a guru. I’ve read an article that you published online where you said that, how do you know when you find your guru. And you’ve mentioned that if you meet someone who almost threatens you and...

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... makes you want to leap at the same time, there is something that brings you back to this person. Then you’ve found your guru. Like, can you have multiple gurus? Or how do you know you’re in a right path that this is working for me and I should be doing this?  

Synopsis: I always thought that in order to be spiritual and liberated, you need...

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... to find yourself a guru. And in the process of doing so, I’ve traveled to Nepal and India looking for a guru. I’ve read an article that you published online where you said that, how do you know when you find your guru. And you’ve mentioned that if you meet someone who almost threatens you and makes you want to leap at the same time, there is something that brings you back to this person. Then you’ve found your guru. Like, can you have multiple gurus? Or how do you know you’re in a right path that this is working for me and I should be doing this?  

April 12, 2021

4:05

Meditation is not what you think (you can not do meditation)

Transcript: When we utter the word meditation, people think it's some kind of an act. Meditation is not an act. Meditation is a certain quality. If you prepare your body or if you cultivate your body, your mind, your emotions, and your energy to a certain level of maturity and preparedness, you become meditative. It's like the fragrance of a flower. Now the problem in the world is, people are interested in the...

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... flower but they're not interested in the plant. If you want flowers in your garden, you don't think about flowers. You think about the root, you think about the manure, you think about the water, you think about the sunlight. Instead of that, if you think about the flower, you will only have plastic flowers in your life. You will not have real flowers. So meditation is a certain fragrance, it's a certain flowering that happens within you. It's a certain quality that you acquire if you cultivate the other four dimensions of life to a certain level of maturity.

Transcript: When we utter the word meditation, people think it's some kind of an act. Meditation is not an act. Meditation...

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... is a certain quality. If you prepare your body or if you cultivate your body, your mind, your emotions, and your energy to a certain level of maturity and preparedness, you become meditative. It's like the fragrance of a flower. Now the problem in the world is, people are interested in the flower but they're not interested in the plant. If you want flowers in your garden, you don't think about flowers. You think about the root, you think about the manure, you think about the water, you think about the sunlight. Instead of that, if you think about the flower, you will only have plastic flowers in your life. You will not have real flowers. So meditation is a certain fragrance, it's a certain flowering that happens within you. It's a certain quality that you acquire if you cultivate the other four dimensions of life to a certain level of maturity.

January 25, 2021

1:26

One day the whole world will do yoga

Transcript: Thousands of years ago, when Adiyogi looked at or, transmitted the tools of transformation, which got labelled as yoga. When this was transmitted, Adiyogi firmly believed that one day the entire world will take to it. There are scraps of information here and there of him talking about how every human being, someday, will evolve to take on to some tools of yoga. When they asked why so many, do we need...

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... so many? One, two, three would be enough. Why do we need so many? He said the entire world will take to it so many are needed. Not everybody will like the same thing. Somebody would like to do it this way, somebody would like to do it that way, so all these are needed. The initial teachers, or the first teachers, of this, of this science. The Sapta Rishis obviously express doubt. We have not even seen those people, we don't know who they are in strange lands, we don't know what kind they are, will they all take to this? He said your business is to plant the seeds. One seed can turn the earth green, entire earth green. It has the potency. Your business is to keep the potency of the seed. When the weather is right, it will turn green. By the end of May, those of you who live through May here, you are beginning to think the end of the world is coming. Yes? It's beginning to feel like everything is going to wilt and die in this heat. See. When the weather changes, everything bursts back into life. Every time the seasons happen, it's like this. In temperate climates it's far more dramatic. In the winter months, if you look out, it looks like end of the world. Looks like, if you don't know seasons change, and if you look around, you think the world is going to come to an end. Not a single leaf, not a spot of green, everything has gone. But as the ice melts and spring comes on, life bursts forth. So Adiyogi said, your business is not to teach yoga to everybody, your business is to keep the potency of the seed. You keep the seed pure and strong. When the weather is right, it will happen.

Transcript: Thousands of years ago, when Adiyogi looked at or, transmitted the tools of transformation, which got...

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... labelled as yoga. When this was transmitted, Adiyogi firmly believed that one day the entire world will take to it. There are scraps of information here and there of him talking about how every human being, someday, will evolve to take on to some tools of yoga. When they asked why so many, do we need so many? One, two, three would be enough. Why do we need so many? He said the entire world will take to it so many are needed. Not everybody will like the same thing. Somebody would like to do it this way, somebody would like to do it that way, so all these are needed. The initial teachers, or the first teachers, of this, of this science. The Sapta Rishis obviously express doubt. We have not even seen those people, we don't know who they are in strange lands, we don't know what kind they are, will they all take to this? He said your business is to plant the seeds. One seed can turn the earth green, entire earth green. It has the potency. Your business is to keep the potency of the seed. When the weather is right, it will turn green. By the end of May, those of you who live through May here, you are beginning to think the end of the world is coming. Yes? It's beginning to feel like everything is going to wilt and die in this heat. See. When the weather changes, everything bursts back into life. Every time the seasons happen, it's like this. In temperate climates it's far more dramatic. In the winter months, if you look out, it looks like end of the world. Looks like, if you don't know seasons change, and if you look around, you think the world is going to come to an end. Not a single leaf, not a spot of green, everything has gone. But as the ice melts and spring comes on, life bursts forth. So Adiyogi said, your business is not to teach yoga to everybody, your business is to keep the potency of the seed. You keep the seed pure and strong. When the weather is right, it will happen.

January 20, 2021

3:42

Adiyogi is not light, he’s darkness | Sadhguru at University of Michigan | #11

Synopsis: My question to you is, since I’ve come here, I’ve had to explain my way of upbringing, my culture, or the way I do certain things. And, you have said, Adiyogi is not light, he’s darkness. Darkness is something which is associated with evil in certain cultures. I understood when you said Adiyogi is darkness, not light. But when I’m explaining it to my friend,...

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... or to anyone, how do I put it in a context that they understand? Because like you said, there are cultural differences. And how do I put it in a proper context?  

Synopsis: My question to you is, since I’ve come here, I’ve had to explain...

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... my way of upbringing, my culture, or the way I do certain things. And, you have said, Adiyogi is not light, he’s darkness. Darkness is something which is associated with evil in certain cultures. I understood when you said Adiyogi is darkness, not light. But when I’m explaining it to my friend, or to anyone, how do I put it in a context that they understand? Because like you said, there are cultural differences. And how do I put it in a proper context?  

January 4, 2021

8:34

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.  

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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

How do I see Adiyogi as self-born and unborn? | Sadhguru at Christ University | #11

Synopsis: How do I see or understand Adiyogi as a swayambhu, which is self born, and aja, as unborn, since both are contradictory. Also, he’s referred to as limitless, and nothingness. So can you please state your opinion?  

Synopsis: How do I see or understand Adiyogi as a swayambhu, which is self born,...

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... and aja, as unborn, since both are contradictory. Also, he’s referred to as limitless, and nothingness. So can you please state your opinion?  

January 1, 2021

8:33

How do we make time for yoga? | Sadhguru at Christ University | #6

Synopsis: Sadhguru, a lot of us youth, how do we make time for it? How do we make time to do sadhana? Because, we’re so tied up. We probably stay up a little late completing projects and assignments. Not just the youth, a lot of the seniors also. They probably stay up till 12 O’clock, 1 O’clock and then wake up again by 6 O’clock in the morning, and then rush to their...

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... work offices by 7-8 O’clock. I personally leave my house by 7:30-8 O’clock and reach college by 9. So, how do I make time? Not just me, there are other people who probably have the same question, so how do we deal with it?

Synopsis: Sadhguru, a lot of us youth, how do we make time for it? How do we make...

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... time to do sadhana? Because, we’re so tied up. We probably stay up a little late completing projects and assignments. Not just the youth, a lot of the seniors also. They probably stay up till 12 O’clock, 1 O’clock and then wake up again by 6 O’clock in the morning, and then rush to their work offices by 7-8 O’clock. I personally leave my house by 7:30-8 O’clock and reach college by 9. So, how do I make time? Not just me, there are other people who probably have the same question, so how do we deal with it?

January 1, 2021

8:12

How can we give back to society? | Sadhguru at Harvard University | #8

Synopsis: I just wanted to ask you about how we can contribute back to society and give back? Because everyone keeps talking about contributing and contributing, but it’s really hard for each person to come up. I just want to hear your thoughts on that. 

Synopsis: I just wanted to ask you about how we can contribute back to society...

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... and give back? Because everyone keeps talking about contributing and contributing, but it’s really hard for each person to come up. I just want to hear your thoughts on that. 

December 31, 2020

10:54

What is the relevance of Mahashivaratri? | Sadhguru at Harvard University | #7

Synopsis: Sadhguru, you speak so logically and it makes sense to me. But at the same time, you’re celebrating the religious festival of Mahashivaratri in a grand way at the Isha Yoga Centre. For a young person like me, these religious festivals seem like outdated rituals. So I want to know what is the relevance of Mahashivaratri to the youth? 

Synopsis: Sadhguru, you speak so logically and it makes sense to me. But at the...

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... same time, you’re celebrating the religious festival of Mahashivaratri in a grand way at the Isha Yoga Centre. For a young person like me, these religious festivals seem like outdated rituals. So I want to know what is the relevance of Mahashivaratri to the youth? 

December 31, 2020

10:54

Sadhguru, why did you get enlightened and not anyone else? | Sadhguru at Shiva Nadar College | #7

Synopsis: You said in one of your speeches that Shiva entered your life and enslaved you. Why did it happen to you? Why not others? The consciousness of the truth that you have, that is because of the seeking that you did. But this thing, why did it happen?

Synopsis: You said in one of your speeches that Shiva entered your life and enslaved...

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... you. Why did it happen to you? Why not others? The consciousness of the truth that you have, that is because of the seeking that you did. But this thing, why did it happen?

December 31, 2020

7:45

Sadhguru, when you were pursuing this path, were you not scared? | Sadhguru at Shiva Nadar College | #6

Synopsis: So I had finished my inner engineering program three years back, through Isha. So I felt really blissful, I’ll be very honest. So I just wanted to ask you this question that many decades back, when you were pursuing the path, the philosophical path to find the solution, were you not even a little scared that you might have gone wrong?

Synopsis: So I had finished my inner engineering program three years back, through...

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... Isha. So I felt really blissful, I’ll be very honest. So I just wanted to ask you this question that many decades back, when you were pursuing the path, the philosophical path to find the solution, were you not even a little scared that you might have gone wrong?

December 31, 2020

7:10

What are the modern scientist saying about Shiva?

Transcript: Is Lord Shiva territorial or the universal? There's still question lies on me. The word Shiva. Shiva means that which is not. That which is, is physical creation. That which is not, is that which is not physical. That which is not, where can it be? In India or America? Or on this planet? Or in another galaxy? Where can it be? It's everywhere. So, there is a dimensionless existence. So we call it, appropriately...

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... Shiva. That means, that which is not. Today modern scientists are saying that nearly 99% of the cosmos is empty. But, not that there is nothing, there is something but it is not something because our idea of something is, we should be able to perceive through five senses. See, right now what you can see and what you cannot see is this. You can see my hand because it is stopping light. Anything that is not stopping light, you don't see, isn't it? Right now there is air here which you're breathing, which is most vital for your existence, but you don't see it. You don't see the air unless you live in Delhi. Now, if you look up in the sky, you see the stars. But stars are a small happening, the real thing is the vast emptiness. So this we refer to as Shiva, for that which is not. Today modern scientists are saying, this vast space has a tremendous amount of energy but it is not any of the energies that are measurable by us like, electromagnetic waves or weak nuclear energy or strong nuclear energy or electrical systems or microwaves. None of these things. It is none of the measurable energies. But there is no denying it is tremendously powerful. So we said, Shiva means that which is not and we said it is in the lap of Shiva that creation happens. At the same, time we called Adiyogi also the Shiva because he perceived that which is not. You are who you are. People call you a director, a film producer, why? Because you perceived something. If you did not perceive that, they would not recognize you as that. So we recognized Adiyogi as Shiva because he perceived that which is not.

Transcript: Is Lord Shiva territorial or the universal? There's still question lies on me. The word Shiva. Shiva...

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... means that which is not. That which is, is physical creation. That which is not, is that which is not physical. That which is not, where can it be? In India or America? Or on this planet? Or in another galaxy? Where can it be? It's everywhere. So, there is a dimensionless existence. So we call it, appropriately Shiva. That means, that which is not. Today modern scientists are saying that nearly 99% of the cosmos is empty. But, not that there is nothing, there is something but it is not something because our idea of something is, we should be able to perceive through five senses. See, right now what you can see and what you cannot see is this. You can see my hand because it is stopping light. Anything that is not stopping light, you don't see, isn't it? Right now there is air here which you're breathing, which is most vital for your existence, but you don't see it. You don't see the air unless you live in Delhi. Now, if you look up in the sky, you see the stars. But stars are a small happening, the real thing is the vast emptiness. So this we refer to as Shiva, for that which is not. Today modern scientists are saying, this vast space has a tremendous amount of energy but it is not any of the energies that are measurable by us like, electromagnetic waves or weak nuclear energy or strong nuclear energy or electrical systems or microwaves. None of these things. It is none of the measurable energies. But there is no denying it is tremendously powerful. So we said, Shiva means that which is not and we said it is in the lap of Shiva that creation happens. At the same, time we called Adiyogi also the Shiva because he perceived that which is not. You are who you are. People call you a director, a film producer, why? Because you perceived something. If you did not perceive that, they would not recognize you as that. So we recognized Adiyogi as Shiva because he perceived that which is not.

December 28, 2020

3:32

Who or what is Shiva ?

Synopsis: Who exactly is Shiva - a God? a Yogi? an Idea? an Enlightened being? or is it just a mythological figure with folk lores around it? In this talk, Sadhguru explains who or what is Shiva....

Synopsis: Who exactly is Shiva - a God? a Yogi? an Idea? an Enlightened being? or is it just a mythological figure...

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... with folk lores around it? In this talk, Sadhguru explains who or what is Shiva....

December 14, 2020

08:55

Did you know – Most of the yoga being taught in the world is not right


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Transcript: Most of the yoga being taught in the world is not right

Transcript: Most of the yoga being taught in the world is not right


December 8, 2020

3:28

How to do open eye meditation

Synopsis: Sadhguru narrates a beautiful story of a sufi master! So, can you meditate with your eyes open - no. But, with my eyes open, can I be meditative - Yes. Sadhguru also tells about the Samyama program where one learns how to meditate with eyes open!

Synopsis: Sadhguru narrates a beautiful story of a sufi master! So, can you meditate with your eyes open - no....

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... But, with my eyes open, can I be meditative - Yes. Sadhguru also tells about the Samyama program where one learns how to meditate with eyes open!

August 7, 2020

2:47

What is the purpose of meditation

Synopsis: Sadhguru says - "The purpose of meditation.... if you sit in meditation, slowly it will become like this - your body is here, your mind is out there, what is you is somewhere else... Once there is space between you and the body, between you and the mind - this is the end of suffering". Only when you do not have fear of suffering, you can become spiritual.

Synopsis: Sadhguru says - "The purpose of meditation.... if you sit in meditation, slowly it will become like this...

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... - your body is here, your mind is out there, what is you is somewhere else... Once there is space between you and the body, between you and the mind - this is the end of suffering". Only when you do not have fear of suffering, you can become spiritual.

August 4, 2020

3:55

What is Kundalini? How to make it rise? Kundalini yoga is dangerous if not done properly

Synopsis: Sadhguru explains that the fundamental life force in the existence is referred as 'kundalini'. However, most people interpret it is the latent energy within the system. This dormant or latent energy is way bigger than what has manifested. Sadhguru explains to live a complete life, you only need to activate 21 out of the 112 chakras. Before activating the other dimensions, you must make sure that you...

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... are ready for it. Kundalini Yoga in its essence is the most potent. If improperly handled it is also the most dangerous form of yoga.

Synopsis: Sadhguru explains that the fundamental life force in the existence is referred as 'kundalini'. However,...

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... most people interpret it is the latent energy within the system. This dormant or latent energy is way bigger than what has manifested. Sadhguru explains to live a complete life, you only need to activate 21 out of the 112 chakras. Before activating the other dimensions, you must make sure that you are ready for it. Kundalini Yoga in its essence is the most potent. If improperly handled it is also the most dangerous form of yoga.

August 2, 2020

8:22

Why children must do yoga – what is the right yoga for children

Synopsis: Sadhguru says that it is paramount for children's wellbeing that children bring yoga into their lives. For children, it is important that we impart simple and easy to follow practices. Children should start with simplest form of yoga, upa yoga. This will bring chemical balance within them, and equip them to handle difficult situations. Children should do only simple practices till they are 14 years...

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... of age, while the skeletal system is growing.

Synopsis: Sadhguru says that it is paramount for children's wellbeing that children bring yoga into their lives....

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... For children, it is important that we impart simple and easy to follow practices. Children should start with simplest form of yoga, upa yoga. This will bring chemical balance within them, and equip them to handle difficult situations. Children should do only simple practices till they are 14 years of age, while the skeletal system is growing.

July 31, 2020

5:04

YOGA – A profound technology to move from ‘personality’ to ‘presence’

Synopsis: This is a profound talk, where Sadhguru tells us the fundamental purpose of Yoga. Sadhguru says that Yoga as a process, as a technology, as a science - is essentially to break the personality. It is to evolve from being a 'person' to a 'presence'. Now, it is scientifically proven fact, that the fundamentals of the activity of your brain, your chemistry, even the genetics can be altered by practicing...

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... different forms of Yoga.

Synopsis: This is a profound talk, where Sadhguru tells us the fundamental purpose of Yoga. Sadhguru says that...

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... Yoga as a process, as a technology, as a science - is essentially to break the personality. It is to evolve from being a 'person' to a 'presence'. Now, it is scientifically proven fact, that the fundamentals of the activity of your brain, your chemistry, even the genetics can be altered by practicing different forms of Yoga.

July 28, 2020

7:36

AUM – The sound of the existence – Learn how to chant AUM for health benefits

Synopsis: This is a profound must watch talk by Sadhguru. He explains that there are only 3 basic sounds in the existence - 'aa', 'oo' and 'mm'. Without the use of tongue once can only make these 3 sounds. Wherever there is a realized being the sound 'aum' reverberates, however, over a period of time it gets distorted as 'om', 'amen', 'ameen'. He explains the right way of uttering the sound aum, and also the...

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... significant health benefits that happen with chanting aum regularly.

Synopsis: This is a profound must watch talk by Sadhguru. He explains that there are only 3 basic sounds in the...

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... existence - 'aa', 'oo' and 'mm'. Without the use of tongue once can only make these 3 sounds. Wherever there is a realized being the sound 'aum' reverberates, however, over a period of time it gets distorted as 'om', 'amen', 'ameen'. He explains the right way of uttering the sound aum, and also the significant health benefits that happen with chanting aum regularly.

July 7, 2020

9:37

Simha Kriya | A simple yogic practice to boost immunity and enhance lung capacity

Synopsis: Simha kriya has a simple yet powerful yogic practice to boost immunity and enhance lung capacity. This simple practice, takes just a few minutes to do, and doing this regularly will significantly enhance your lung capacity. In this video, Sadhguru gives detailed step by step instructions along with the demonstration to teach Simha Kriya. Simha Kriya can be done by anyone, and does not need any knowledge...

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... of yoga.

Synopsis: Simha kriya has a simple yet powerful yogic practice to boost immunity and enhance lung capacity. This...

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... simple practice, takes just a few minutes to do, and doing this regularly will significantly enhance your lung capacity. In this video, Sadhguru gives detailed step by step instructions along with the demonstration to teach Simha Kriya. Simha Kriya can be done by anyone, and does not need any knowledge of yoga.

June 21, 2020

7:50

What is the significance of Nada Yoga? Learn Nada Yoga – Yoga for Joy

Synopsis: Sadhguru tells is that today modern science is telling us that the whole existence is just a reverberation of sound. And wherever there is sound, there is bound to be a vibration. Sadhguru explains about the root sounds - the basis of all the sounds in the existence. These are referred as the basic sounds or universal sounds. This is the basis of Nada Yoga - the key to joyfulness....

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... Sadhguru teaches a very simple 5 min yoga practice - which is beneficial to bring overall well-being, and remove excessive fear.

Synopsis: Sadhguru tells is that today modern science is telling us that the whole existence is just a reverberation...

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... of sound. And wherever there is sound, there is bound to be a vibration. Sadhguru explains about the root sounds - the basis of all the sounds in the existence. These are referred as the basic sounds or universal sounds. This is the basis of Nada Yoga - the key to joyfulness. Sadhguru teaches a very simple 5 min yoga practice - which is beneficial to bring overall well-being, and remove excessive fear.

June 12, 2020

12:23

Kala – Shiva’s Most Fierce Dimension

Synopsis: Of various forms of Shiva – the ‘Kala’ or ‘Mahakala’ is the most significant and fierce form. As ‘MahaKala’ – he is the Lord of Time. As ‘KaalBhairva’ – he is the destroyer of time. All physical existence happens within the ambit of Time. Once Time is destroyed – everything is over. Mukti (or Liberation) is to become free from cyclical movement of Life. It is in this context...

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... that Shiva is Worshipped as ‘Destroyer of Time’ as Death itself can be a doorway to liberation and not just simply means of disposing the body. Why is ‘Bhairavi Yatnaa’ - a process to destroy Time such a painful experience?

Synopsis: Of various forms of Shiva – the ‘Kala’ or ‘Mahakala’ is the most significant and fierce form....

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... As ‘MahaKala’ – he is the Lord of Time. As ‘KaalBhairva’ – he is the destroyer of time. All physical existence happens within the ambit of Time. Once Time is destroyed – everything is over. Mukti (or Liberation) is to become free from cyclical movement of Life. It is in this context that Shiva is Worshipped as ‘Destroyer of Time’ as Death itself can be a doorway to liberation and not just simply means of disposing the body. Why is ‘Bhairavi Yatnaa’ - a process to destroy Time such a painful experience?

February 12, 2020

4:30

Was Shiva not from this world but an alien?

Synopsis: Many enlightened beings like Buddha, Christ, Krishna, Ram, Mohammed and many others have some sort of reference in history of their birth, or death or family or something. Shiva, as we know had no parentage, no children, nobody knows where he came from, where did he go, how did he die? Was he an alien and not from this world? Sadhguru answers....

Synopsis: Many enlightened beings like Buddha, Christ, Krishna, Ram, Mohammed and many others have some sort of...

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... reference in history of their birth, or death or family or something. Shiva, as we know had no parentage, no children, nobody knows where he came from, where did he go, how did he die? Was he an alien and not from this world? Sadhguru answers....

February 8, 2020

07:10

How Shiva Overcame Kama (The God of Lust)

Synopsis: Sadhguru tells us about the God of kama, or the God of lust. He narrates the story of how shiva overcame lust. He tells two versions of the story, one general, told to people, and the other version, as told in the yogic culture. He tells us the basis of lust within us.

Synopsis: Sadhguru tells us about the God of kama, or the God of lust. He narrates the story of how shiva overcame...

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... lust. He tells two versions of the story, one general, told to people, and the other version, as told in the yogic culture. He tells us the basis of lust within us.

January 27, 2020

4:00

What Is Meditation and How To Become Meditative?

Synopsis: In this short yet profound talk, Sadhguru dispels the common misunderstanding that one can 'do meditation'. One can not 'do meditation', one can only 'become meditative'. He explains what is meditation, and how one can become meditative.

Synopsis: In this short yet profound talk, Sadhguru dispels the common misunderstanding that one can 'do meditation'....

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... One can not 'do meditation', one can only 'become meditative'. He explains what is meditation, and how one can become meditative.

January 15, 2020

1:41

Chit Shakti Guided Meditation by Sadhguru For Success

Synopsis: Chit Shakti guided mediation for success by Sadhguru. Be the master of your own destiny. Manifest what you want.

Synopsis: Chit Shakti guided mediation for success by Sadhguru. Be the master of your own destiny. Manifest what...

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... you want.

January 6, 2020

22:05

Infinity – a powerful guided meditation by Sadhguru

Synopsis: Sadhguru explains the concept of zero and infinity and tells us how when someone is in a particular state, the energies move like the infinity symbol. He then guides through the powerful infinity meditation process.

Synopsis: Sadhguru explains the concept of zero and infinity and tells us how when someone is in a particular state,...

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... the energies move like the infinity symbol. He then guides through the powerful infinity meditation process.

June 18, 2019

34:10

Guided Meditation – Isha Kriya – Simple 12 minute process to relieve stress

Synopsis: Guided meditation process by Sadhguru. It is a simple 12 min process to relieve stress.  Sadhguru says - "Isha Kriya is an extremely simple process, but a powerful tool. These three ingredients, your breath, your thought, and your awareness. In the right combination if you use them, your ability to use your mind and the body is so greatly enhanced, that you almost look superhuman for somebody else....

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... But I am telling you, this us human, this is not about being superhuman, this is about realizing that being human is super."

Synopsis: Guided meditation process by Sadhguru. It is a simple 12 min process to relieve stress.  Sadhguru says...

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... - "Isha Kriya is an extremely simple process, but a powerful tool. These three ingredients, your breath, your thought, and your awareness. In the right combination if you use them, your ability to use your mind and the body is so greatly enhanced, that you almost look superhuman for somebody else. But I am telling you, this us human, this is not about being superhuman, this is about realizing that being human is super."

May 17, 2019

19:34

Why Shiva and Parvati had to leave their abode at Badrinath?

The majestic Himalayas leave everyone spellbound with their sheer beauty and immense size. The legend has it that the temple at Badrinath, about 10,000 feet above sea level was the abode of Shiva himself. Built by Adi Shankara himself, even today, the temple priests are descendants of his family.  This itself is amazing as Adi Shankara was born down south in India and traveled more than 3000 km on foot about 1000 years ago to build the temple.

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April 5, 2021

4 min read

Why is it Important to Meditate?

Meditation (dhyana)  means to go beyond the limitations of the physical body and the mind. The body and the mind are just accumulations over a period of time - body is just a heap of food one has eaten and the mind is just a heap of impressions one has gathered from the outside. The body and the mind are just like bank balance - they are your property but they are NOT You. Just like one has a home and a bank balance, one has a body and a mind. A good bank balance, a good body and a good mind are needed to live a good life, but they are not sufficient.  The instruments of the body and mind are okay for survival, but they will not fulfill a human being because the quality of a human being is to seek something more. Human life will not be fulfilled with just eating, sleeping, reproducing and dying. All those things are needed in one's life, but still one will not feel complete even if one has fulfilled all these things. This is because the quality of a human being has crossed a certain boundary of awareness. It has to seek something more, otherwise it will never be satisfied. It has to become 'Unlimited' – and Meditation or dhyana is a way of moving into the unlimited dimension of who you are.

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August 23, 2020

5 min read

Can Yoga Help Me Keep Fit?

Human muscles can be enhanced by strengthening them, but also making them very flexible. If you do Upa Yoga, or Angamardana practices, fitness is assured. But Yoga is not an exercise form. It's for wellbeing in all aspects - physical health, energy, mind and also the spiritual dimension. Sadhguru says - "You don’t have to do Yoga to lose weight or to stay healthy. You just have to eat sensibly, play tennis or take a swim. The focus of Yoga is to set another dimension alive within you that is beyond the physical".

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March 2, 2020

5 min read

The Story of Shiva and Sati – Birth of 54 Shakti Sthalas

Shiva found access to the reality of creation in utter stillness or in absolute movement. Intrigued by watching him move from utter stillness to mad dance, and being in absolute ecstasy in both, the Gandharvas and Yakshas were keen to get an grasp of this experience. To have an insider, they plotted and got Shiva married to Sati. Sadhguru narrates the story of how Sati burnt herself up in the ceremonial fire, and how 54 Shakti Sthalas were born when a despondent Shiva carried her rotting corpse.

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February 12, 2020

7 min read

Can Yoga Help With Diabetes?

Sadhguru says that the root cause of all chronic ailments is in the energy body. Disturbance in the energy body can be caused because of various factors - food, relationships, atmosphere, emotions, attitudes, thoughts and opinions. Sadhguru says - "The basic premise in Yoga is that if your energy body is in full flow and properly balanced, there can be no chronic disease either in your physical body or your mental body. If people are willing to do a certain amount of sadhana to balance and activate their energy body, they can definitely be free of all chronic ailments."

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January 13, 2020

3 min read

Can Yoga Help With Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Time and Energy - these are the two fundamental ingredient of life. Time is running at the same pace for everyone, but you can manage the energy. You want your time to be over, before your energies. If the energies get over before your time, then these lead to various conditions like Alzheimer’s, dementia etc. In the human physiology spine is very significant. It is very easy to regenerate and rejuvenate the cells in the spine and brain.

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November 4, 2019

3 min read

Yoga is Geometry

Raghu Rai, celebrated and renowned Indian photographer and photojournalist made one of the biggest coffee-table photo books, “Sadhguru”. In this article, Sadhguru tells us the significance of aligning one's own geometry with the cosmic geometry. The nature of a yogi is that he becomes geometrically conscious. Raghu was able to capture this aspect in some of the photographs, making these still pictures exhibiting a video effect - movement in stillness!

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July 2, 2019

5 min read

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