Since Isha Blog was launched in April 2011, it has been a sneak peek into Sadhguru’s and Isha’s happenings. With new facets of the blog including Master’s Words and and Live Blogs unfolding over the past few months, it has been a ‘blogalicious’ eight months. Here’s a look back at the “Most Viewed” blogposts this year. Enjoy!

Most Viewed blogposts of 2011

Adiyogi Alayam Consecration – Timeline(23-25 Dec 2011)

 

Isha’s live blog covered the once-in-a-lifetime consecration of the Adiyogi Alayam in realtime. With hourly updates including photos of the consecration process, Sadhguru’s quotes and participants sharings, blog readers were transported to the Isha Yoga Center as Sadhguru established the Adiyogi Linga, drank king cobra venom mixed with milk, and consecrated the 88,000 sq.ft hall.

The Body Remembers All (12 Oct 2011)

In this post under Master’s Words, which was the most commented and ‘liked’ of the Featured Articles, Sadhguru speaks about Runanabandha and the body’s innate memory . He explains how today’s food habits and unrestrained sexual intimacies can leave the body confused over a period of time.

Is there any benefit to fasting? (30 Jul 2011):

Sadhguru answers a question on the benefits and science behind the practice of fasting. He talks about ekadashi, and the 40-48 day natural cycle of the body called a mandala during which there is a certain period when the body does not need food.

Be drunk all the time (9 Sep 2011):

In this article, Sadhguru talks about intoxicants and their limited nature. He explains the reason why human beings drink and how it is not a question of morals but a question of whether you are for or against life. When you get in touch with what is within, it is the ultimate intoxication – without a hangover!

Isha Kriya Now Available Online (30 Jun 2011):

Isha Kriya, provided online as a free guided meditation, is being offered by Sadhguru to ensure that every individual receives one-drop of spirituality. The Isha Kriya website brings Isha Kriya to you, in the comfort of your own home.