• Devi and Mahishasura – Slaying the Beast

    Devi and Mahishasura – Slaying the Beast

    On this Spot, Sadhguru writes about what makes the upcoming Navratri special, which quality in a human being it emphasizes on, and what aspect of the human system particularly distinguishes us from any other creature. In this context, he also throws light on the traditional symbolism of Devi slaying Mahishasura. “Mahishasura, who is traditionally depicted as half-man, half-buffalo, indicates the bestial nature in man.”


  • You are Not Aware, You are Awareness

    You are Not Aware, You are Awareness

    Sadhguru explains how, if one becomes fully aware, one becomes a complete existence.


  • Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy

    Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy

    On this Spot, Sadhguru writes to us from New York about his latest book, Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy, which was just launched in North America. He describes the purpose and power of the book, its place among his offerings, and what makes it different not only from his other titles but from any other book on the market. “This is not a teaching. This is about inducting you into a dimension that is beyond physical nature.”


  • Isha Samskriti: Sadhguru on Cultivating Human Potential

    Isha Samskriti: Sadhguru on Cultivating Human Potential

    Sadhguru talks about Isha Samskriti, and how the children will grow up with phenomenal discipline and strength within.


  • Are You a Spectator or Player in Life?

    Are You a Spectator or Player in Life?

    Can you be a spectator for your own life? Sadhguru explains, you can know life only with involvement.


Sadhguru Spot

Prepare Yourself for Guru Purnima

Prepare Yourself for Guru Purnima

On this week’s Spot, Sadhguru explains the origin and significance of Guru Purnima and what makes this year special. He urges us to use the… Read Article

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Quotes on Morality by Sadhguru

Quotes on Morality by Sadhguru

Life does not function by morals. Sadhguru tells us the problem with morality in 4 quotes. Read Article

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The Four Fundamental Parts of the Mind

The Four Fundamental Parts of the Mind

Sadhguru explains that in yoga, the mind is seen as consisting of four fundamental parts, and looks at how each of these four parts functions. Read Article

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From Africa to America

From Africa to America

On this Spot, Sadhguru shares his observations about the African continent – the rich soil, lush vegetation, and vibrant people. He says, “My travels in… Read Article

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Should I Change My Job Or Stick To It?

Should I Change My Job Or Stick To It?

Sadhguru looks at how salary increments are not the most important thing. Read Article

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Dhyanalinga Quotes by Sadhguru

Dhyanalinga Quotes by Sadhguru

The Dhyanalinga is the highest possible manifestation of the divine. Here are 5 quotes from Sadhguru about this phenomenal possibility. June 24 at the… Read Article

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The Journey from the Gross to the Subtle

The Journey from the Gross to the Subtle

Sadhguru explains that spirituality is a journey from the gross to the subtle, to the point of nothingness. Read Article

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Sustainable Development and Yoga at the United Nations

Sustainable Development and Yoga at the United Nations

In this week’s Spot, we bring you an excerpt from Sadhguru’s talk at the United Nations on June 20, 2016, about its 17 Sustainable Development… Read Article

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Burning My Candle at Both Ends

On this Spot, Sadhguru shares his observations on the mindset of the media, the Indian psyche, and India’s changing role in the world. Jotted down… Read Article

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Samadhi – The Ultimate Transcendence

Samadhi – The Ultimate Transcendence

Sadhguru speaks about samadhi as a state of consciousness, as well as a way to break through one’s individual existence. Read Article

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Quotes on the Mind by Sadhguru

Quotes on the Mind by Sadhguru

Sadhguru overturns several popular misconceptions about the mind and thoughts in these 6 quotes. Read Article
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