In this Spot, Sadhguru takes up the issue of endangered indigenous cattle breeds. Pointing out their unique value for the land and the people, for nutrition and wellbeing, he says, “In terms of health, in terms of cancer prevention, and above all, for our children to grow up well, and to fertilize the land, these indigenous breeds are very important.” He also describes the first small steps taken by Isha to conserve these cattle breeds, and his larger vision in this context.
On this Spot, Sadhguru shares his new poem “Culmination,” in which he reveals parallels between his poetry, creation, and himself, in terms of their fundamental nature. He concludes, saying, “I am not cultivated with / education, etiquette or civilization / I am just a natural Culmination.”
On this Spot, Sadhguru cautions that setting goals means depriving yourself of greater possibilities. If you want to lead a truly successful life, there is a better way to approach it, he points out, and offers a simple method towards this objective. He also explains why the mentality of “doing less, getting more” not only means deceiving others, but above all, yourself.