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.”
On this Spot, Sadhguru writes about how lies and untruths are ubiquitous in the world today. But not all is doom and gloom – quite the contrary, as he points out: “This is the best age ever to make truth the main force on the planet.” Read on to find out why. He also states that every human being has an innate longing to seek truth, if only given an opportunity. They just need to get the chance to experience that “There are better highs than getting drunk. There are better highs than doing drugs.”
On this week’s Spot, Sadhguru shares why sports and games have a great transformative power, what we can learn from games with respect to all other aspects of life, and why a sense of playfulness not only enhances our own lives but even social and national progress. View our slideshow with photos from Isha Gramotsavam 2016, an exuberant celebration of rural sporting spirit and village life.
On this Spot, Sadhguru gives us a deeper understanding on maybe the most fascinating of the five elements – fire! He not only explores the different forms of fire within the human system and their effects, but also cultural and even cosmic dimensions of fire. “Though among the five elements, fire accounts for the smallest proportion in the composition of the human body, its influence is tremendous.”
On this Spot, Sadhguru shares his ever growing fascination with the magnificent Kailash, in both prose and poetry. Behold this “glorious form” of a mountain in our slideshow. Additionally, we have included glimpses of Manasarovar and other locations in Tibet that the Isha Sacred Walks participants got to explore.