In this week’s podcast, Sadhguru speaks on the nature of human dignity, which will not come as a result of conflict. It arises much more from a sense of equanimity, which allows a person to go through situations untouched.
Sadhguru tells the story about a yogi named Kaushika who had attained to certain capabilities within himself. An unwanted intervention from a morning forest dweller combined with an illuminating visit to a house in search of alms, leads him to find his Guru in the unlikeliest of places.
Looking beyond love as just a human emotion, Sadhguru explains that love is essentially an attempt to become one. He speaks about what limits us from experiencing that oneness, and how to go beyond those limitations.
Editor’s Note: The next ‘In Conversation with the Mystic’ on August 4 2014, will see Sadhguru in a lively and insightful discussion on "Life and Love" with actress, film producer and former Miss India, Juhi Chawla.
Editor’s Note: Sadhguru offers Isha Kriya, a free, online guided meditation that helps bring health and wellbeing. Daily practice of this simple yet effective 12-minute process can transform one's life. For more insights from Sadhguru, follow him on twitter and facebook.
Sadhguru explains in today’s podcast that what we call as sexuality is just a result of a small physiological change between a man and a woman. Because of a certain psychological and social framework, it has been hugely exaggerated in today’s society, which would otherwise not be so.
Sadhguru relates an episode from Krishna’s life, where he put this question to people, “What is dharma?” Various people came and related their notion of what dharma is, and Krishna let them pass. But it was one man at the end of this procession who made Krishna completely change his language. Find out more in this week’s podcast.