In this Spot, Sadhguru shares his personal thoughts and observations about the nightlong celebrations of Mahashivratri 2018. Check out the video with Sadhguru’s message and click through the photo slideshow to see highlights of the event, which is unparalleled in the world in its combination of profundity, scale, variety, and exuberance.
In this Spot, Sadhguru defines superstition and science, the impact of food on one’s perception, and in turn the correlation between our perception and the quality and experience of our lives. He says, “In my experience of life, lowered perception is death. At least the death of the yogi.”
In this Spot, Sadhguru describes what made Adi Shankara who he was, why his origin is a symbol for the core nature and strength of this nation, and how what he stands for is relevant in the world today. Sadhguru also draws parallels between contemporary science and what Adi Shankara said over 1200 years ago.
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.