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Sadhguru is an Indian yogi, mystic and author who founded the Isha Foundation, a non-profit organisation which offers yoga programs around the world. Through his Inner Engineering program, Sadhguru shows us why raising human consciousness is vital to our survival. In this age of high-powered technology easily available to almost everyone, the one thing humanity is still missing is Inclusive Consciousness.
24 Episodes
Sadhguru speaks about Ayurveda and Siddha, two of India's ancient medical systems which are amongst the oldest on the planet. He compares the efficacy of Allopathy, Ayurveda & Siddha in various situations, and explains how they differ from each other.
During an "In Conversation with the Mystic" event with Dr. Devi Shetty, Sadhguru answers a question from a Facebook follower, on genetically modified foods and whether it is good for the body or not.
A veritable Guru takes the seeker on a mystical journey towards the ultimate liberation. But why not bypass the sometimes long and arduous path and immediately attain? In this volume, A Guru Always Takes You for a Ride, Sadhguru elucidates what it takes to receive the Gurus Grace and evolve into a higher possibility.
Dr. Tracy Gaudet of Duke University in conversation with Sadhguru, discusses some of the fundamental lapses of medicine today. Sadhguru delves into the origin of modern medicine's approach to health and how the yogic science has always seen how to cultivate health in the human system on all levels.
During an episode of "In Conversation With The Mystic" at Duke University Medical School, Sadhguru, with Dr. Tracy Gaudet and Dr. Mitchell W. Krucoff, looks at integrative medicine and the need for a holistic approach to health and wellness in modern healthcare. They discuss the explosion of chronic disease in the US and the need to remodel the modern healthcare system
The fundamental reason why most human beings are not naturally spiritual is because of the identifications they take on and cannot put down when necessary. Sadhguru gives us a simple, daily process to do this.
Towards the end of Mahashivarathri 2015, Sadhguru gives us a simple process to bring Grace into our lives.
Sadhguru unveils the reason why liberation seems so far away for some people. Recounting the story of Vemanna, the extraordinary Telugu saint and poet, he speaks of the power of devotion, and how one can use it to attain to higher dimensions within oneself.
Sadhguru answers a question on aura cleansing, and explains why it could be necessary in certain situations.
Sadhguru looks at how the purpose of meditation is not just to make one ecstatic​, it is to create a "space" between you and what is your body and mind. Once this happens, this is the end of suffering.
Sadhguru answers a question, and looks at how it is only because the experience of life is not exuberant, that questions about the purpose of life arise. "If you do not realize the exuberance of your existence, you can invent purposes; if you experience the ecstasy of being here then who the hell is bothered about the purpose?" he asks.
Sadhguru looks at how enlightenment is in a way we cannot think. You cannot think it out, you can only walk into it. The spiritual process is adventure, it is about walking in completely new terrain.
​Sadhguru looks at how the idea of "gut feeling" came about, and discusses how we can find a balance between utilizing or discarding information.
​Why does the institution of marriage exist, and what role does it play in human life and societies? Sadhguru answers a question about marriage and divorce.
Sadhguru answers a question on how we can make out what is right from what is wrong. Sadhguru asks us to choose our humanity over morality, because morality is always different from society to society and person to person.​ "Instead of​ trying to be right, why don't people try to be sensible?" he asks.​
Sadhguru looks at how we can produce a generation of beautiful people, a galaxy of enlightened beings by ensuring that every human being lives within a consecrated space.
Through the Mystic Eye is a series of episodes featuring Sadhguru in conversation with several eminent personalities. Dilip Cherian, KV Kamath, Shekhar Kapur, JP Narayan and many more of India's leading celebrities and public figures engage Sadhguru in discussions ranging from business and governance to sports, education and mysticism.
Sadhguru shares his poem “Of Love”, a musing on the nature of lines and love.
“Uyirnokkam” - - Life - A purpose unto itself Celebrate the Pongal spirit with Uyir-nokkam - a song by Sounds of Isha with Shankar Mahadevan lending his voice. The song is based on a poem written by Sadhguru, expressing how the purpose of life is life itself. “Right now, for most people, life means their job, the new house they’re building, the car they bought, their family and so many other things. That’s not life. It is not even your body, mind, thought or emotion. Life means what’s throbbing within you. It is only because “this” is ON that everything else seems to be meaningful. If “this” stops, nothing around you will mean a damn thing to you or anyone. And life is a purpose unto itself, it need not have another purpose. It is a big enough phenomenon. Its magnitude is too large for it to be focused on something else. It is a purpose and an end unto itself.”
Sadhguru answers a question about moving beyond just talking or reading about spirituality, and taking a step towards our ultimate wellbeing. No book can be spiritual, Sadhguru says, but it can be inspirational, and can create a longing within to take that step.
Comments (5)

Devapriyam Rameshkumar

ok outsiders came and created religion. but who created 4 varnas. and who kept the working class outsiede these 4 varnas and treated them as untouchables? you can't answer Mr.Jakki.

Apr 11th

Prafull Katare

truly soul touching

Nov 29th

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Sep 16th

Arjav Pandya

h 7

Aug 14th


I'm going to go have a lead and mercury smoothie. Thanks Mr big beard.

Apr 18th
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