Summary: Sadhguru, founder of Isha Foundation is a yogi, mystic and spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serve as a reminder that inner sciences are not esoteric philosophies from an outdated past, but a contemporary science vitally relevant to our times.
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Sadhguru explains the significance of Mahalaya Amavasya or Pitru Paksha, and why the tradition of honoring our ancestors is significant.Kalabhairava Shanti is an annual process conducted at Linga Bhairavi on the auspicious night of Mahalaya Amavasya for the wellbeing of ancestors and departed relatives. This year Mahalaya Amavasya falls on October 5, 2021.To conduct the Kalabhairava Shanti process for your departed relatives, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, contact +91 83000 83111 or visit lingabhairavi.org for details.
A participant asks a question about fear and the role it plays in becoming successful or not. Sadhguru answers, "Do not even think of success, just enhance your capabilities." He continues to explain that by focusing on enhancing your being to its highest possible level, success will be the natural outcome.
Becoming A Candidate For Samadhi - Tritonal Group DJ Chad Cisneros Interviews SadhguruIn a freewheeling conversation, Tritonal Group DJ Chad Cisneros explores a range of subjects with Sadhguru, ranging from Native American culture, Shambhavi Mahamudra, becoming available to samadhi states, and eating the right kind of food to beat travel fatigue.
Sadhguru looks at how our personality is self-created, and how we would be at out best if we could consciously wear the mask of personality and take it off as the situation demands.
Sadhguru looks at the various stages of one’s spiritual growth, and how one aspect – the divya manas – confers seemingly miraculous powers.
Responding to a question on coping with job loss during the pandemic, Sadhguru offers a profound perspective and reminds us of the most precious things which are still with us – our life and that of our loved ones.
Sadhguru speaks about how people fight over their own beliefs, and how they try to impose them on others, which will inevitably lead to conflict. Religion is a method to turn inwards and should not be reduced to a set of beliefs - religion is about changing oneself. The true conflict in the world is not between good and evil, but rather one man's belief versus another man's belief.
Sadhguru answers a question on whether some children can remember their past lives, and cautions us about the dangers of opening up past life memories.
Sadhguru gives a Yogic perspective on health and explains how Yogic practices are focused on bringing balance to the energy body, which naturally brings physical and mental health.
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Sadhguru reveals that contrary to popular belief, Ganesha’s head was not that of an elephant, but that of the otherworldly companions of Shiva, known as ganas.
In a conversation with entrepreneur and speaker Alexander Muller, Sadhguru talks about taking charge of one’s life and experience through Inner Engineering, and decodes the mechanics of human suffering – the only way out of which is to get off one’s BWM (body, mind and world). He also talks about his vision to revitalize rapidly degrading soil in the tropical world.
Sadhguru decodes the mechanics of success, and explains how one’s life can become magical if one touches the innate genius within.00:00 Intro5:16 Drop Your Concepts About Success8:12 Don't Commit to a Plan, Evolve Them10:16 Don't Let Your Emotions Cripple your Genius 13:13 Learn to Think With Your Body
In this candid discussion with internationally acclaimed film director Shekhar Kapur, Sadhguru converses about the concept of a Guru, on devotion and the all-inclusiveness of existence. He explains that yoga is about enhancing our faculties of perception to transform the way we experience the world. He also dwells on the masculine and feminine dimensions of life without which there can be no existence.
Sadhguru answers a seeker, who asks if people are beginning to recognize the science behind the many spiritual processes in the world. Rather than trying to bring about a change forcefully, Sadhguru remarks that if individuals work on making the needed changes within themselves, it can lead to a true revolution on the planet, in terms of how people act and experience life.