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In Indian tradition, Shiva has many forms, each of which represents a powerful possibility for inner evolution. Sadhguru looks at a few of these, and explains the basis underlying each of them.
On this week’s Spot, Sadhguru shares a new poem in which he describes the possibility of striving and rising beyond “the petty pits of our thoughts and emotions” to a “perch with a View.”
Sadhguru explains how the Shiva Purana includes many aspects of fundamental science in its text, as well as a powerful tool to transcend limitations.
Mauni Amavasya is the last Amavasya before Mahashivarathri. Sadhguru looks at the significance of silence and the importance of this period in the year.
How can we use life’s hardships for our spiritual growth? Sadhguru suggests, don’t try for benevolence or self-sacrifice – just do whatever is needed.
For the seeker who is truly interested in knowing the essential nature of life, Sadhguru says, the decision lies between looking for solace or for a solution.
Sadhguru explains that before foreign occupation in India, education was embedded into the culture, and that this resulted in an intellectual capital that we should…