The March edition of Isha Forest Flower is out, and you can read the individual posts here at the Isha Blog or download the pdf at Isha Downloads. Annual print subscriptions are also available.

In this issue:

 
In this month’s lead article, Sadhguru encourages us to laugh at our own stupidity. But not only out of the blue and at random – he gives us “Three Things to Remember,” which turns a healthful exercise into a life-changing one.

In “The Greatest Thing in Life,” Sadhguru looks at how every individual can live a full-fledged life and blossom to their fullest potential.

And there we are at this month’s subject of our Isha Hata Yoga series: “Honey.” Learn some little known facts about how this naturally sweet substance impacts your system.

In a new edition of the In Conversation with the Mystic series, “Spirituality and Consumerism – Irreconcilable Opposites?” we bring you the first part of a stimulating exchange between ad guru Piyush Pandey and Sadhguru.

In our Leela article, a participant asks Sadhguru how Krishna, who all his life talked about dharma, used deceit to kill many of the opposing warriors. Sadhguru not only has the answer, but spices it up with vividly narrated incidents from the battlefield.

Enjoy Isha Forest Flower March 2014, munching on “Crunchy Ragi Pakodas,” if you please.


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This article is based on an excerpt from the March 2014 issue of Forest Flower. Pay what you want and download. (set ‘0’ for free). Print subscriptions are also available.