On this Spot, Sadhguru writes about the alarming situation of rapidly receding rivers in India and identifies effective measures to counter this development and prevent disaster. He says, “We are destroying the soil and the water resources at such a rate that in another fifteen to twenty years’ time, we will not be able to feed these people and quench their thirst anymore.”
Sadhguru explains the significance of the equinox, a day when Shiva sat as Ardhanari – half man, half woman.
On this Spot, Sadhguru discloses who his Ishta Devata, the deity of his choice, is. Let us say this much: it is not who you think. While throwing light on devotion in its many facets, Sadhguru describes his approach by saying, “Devotion means involvement with no limits, prejudice, and conditions.” Sadhguru also observes that in his experiences, true leadership is a consequence of devotion, and he concludes by defining himself.
On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, Sadhguru shares his view on the present situation of women in society, as well as his vision on women empowerment, both for the individual and humanity as a whole. He says, “Establishing an equal balance between the masculine and the feminine within you is the only way to intellectually and experientially know deeper dimensions of life.”