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and pragmatism, his life and work serve as a reminder that inner sciences are not esoteric philosophies from an outdated past, but a contemporary science vitally relevant to our times.
Think Twice Before Wearing Black Clothes - Sadhguru
Fashionistas love black, but black comes with its pitfalls. Sadhguru speaks about the significance and dangers of wearing black, and tells us when we should absolutely avoid it. This video is an excerpt from the consecration of Adi Yogi – The Abode of Yoga, in Isha Institute of Inner-sciences, USA.
How Can We Experience Krishna? - Sadhguru
Sadhguru describes the multifaceted nature of Krishna, and how different people in the Mahabharat experienced him in different ways. Sadhguru talks about Leela, the path of the playful where one can explore the most profound and most serious aspects of life, playfully. If we are to taste the essence and be touched by the consciousness of what Krishna is, Sadhguru says that we need Leela. Otherwise Krishna won't be there.
Benefits of Burning Incense – Sadhguru
Sadhguru explains the significance of burning incense, a common practice in many cultures around the world, and also warns us of the harmful effects of certain kinds of modern incense.
Sadhguru on The Drama of Life: Do it the way it works
Sadhguru explains that action should always be the way the situation requires it, but whatever our action, we can remain joyful within us. Life is not a trap, "everything that you do is actually an act," Sadhguru says. Either you do it consciously or compulsively. If you do it compulsively, you think it is real. If you do it consciously, then it becomes beautiful. #SadhguruOnLife
Who You Are, What You Are Not | Sadhguru
If you’re finding yourself asking, “Who am I?”, Sadhguru explains, don’t be quick to conclude – just seek.
The Story of Gautama Buddhas Awakening Buddha Purnima | Sadhguru
Gautama Buddha’s intense seeking led him on an extreme path which nearly destroyed his physical body. Illustrated through striking visuals, Sadhguru narrates the story of Gautama Buddha’s intense sadhana, which culminated in his Enlightenment.