On this Spot, Sadhguru writes about endless wants, using life energy for material purposes, and why all that won’t get you anywhere. In this context, he relates how, as a young boy, his intrigue about the beyond led him on fearless explorations into the realm of ghosts, spirits, and the occult, and what insight he gained from this experience. And of course, he won’t leave us without a hint on what we can do to live a wonderful life.
On this Spot, Sadhguru writes about what holds us back from reaching our ultimate destination. He points out the three major burdens that weigh us down and likens them to parasitic mites that don’t allow bees to fly light and go far. Sadhguru says, “The cruel reality is that time is ticking away for all of us. When time is running out, we should get where we want to go quickly.”
On this Spot, Sadhguru suggests using the next few months to become living examples of a life lived to the fullest of our potential, and explains why our relationship with the Earth is essential to that. He says, “When you mistake the source of your life for dirt, the chances of you putting your roots down, growing to your full capability and potential, and seeing flower and fruit are remote.”
On this Spot, Sadhguru addresses the social phenomenon of “hate” in the sense of criticism and acts that are designed to derogate, harm, and destroy. He says, “Becoming insensitive is not the answer – it is only avoidance.” The answer lies deeper.