For a spiritual seeker, if a spouse is not supportive of one’s sadhana, then conflict seems inevitable. Sadhguru explains that if one makes his or her spiritual process profitable for the spouse, then they will naturally be supportive.
Most people, Sadhguru says, have whims, desires and longings in their lives, but they have no aspirations. If we let our whims lead us here and there, only in the final moment will we see life the way it is.
In today’s world, depression seems to affect too many people. However, Sadhguru reminds us that as children, joy was our natural state. He discusses the sources of depression and dealing with it from the inside out.
In this excerpt of “In Conversation with the Mystic”, Kavitha Kalvakuntla, Member of Parliament from Telangana, probes Sadhguru about magic, men’s perspectives towards women, and the role of epic stories in molding this perspective.
In this Spot, Sadhguru throws light on what will happen after he leaves his body, dispelling any possible concerns of those who have been touched by him as a Guru. Also, click through the slideshow of impressions from Sadhguru’s recent events.