3rd July 2016

Tempodrom, Berlin ● 3PM-5PM CET

A rare opportunity to encounter Sadhguru, yogi, mystic, visionary and named one of India’s 50 most influential people, for an experience that will touch the very core of your being.

“As there is a science and technology to create external wellbeing, there is a whole science and technology for inner wellbeing.” – Sadhguru

Sadhguru is a realised yogi and mystic – a man whose passion for life spills into everything he encounters. With a keen mind and a heart that knows no boundary, Sadhguru makes the ancient yogic sciences relevant to contemporary minds, providing a door to the deeper dimensions of life.

For all of the strides we have made in science and technology, with standards of living unimaginable a century ago, most human beings still remain in search of wholeness and purpose in their lives. Sadhguru’s fundamental vision is to offer the science of inner wellbeing to every human being. From this vision stem a multitude of projects and transformational programmes, all towards the same aim: to raise every human being to the peak of their potential, be exuberant, all inclusive, in harmony within themselves and with the world.

Named one of India’s 50 most influential people, through an approach that does not ascribe to any belief system, Sadhguru’s work has deeply touched and transformed the lives of millions worldwide.

An author, poet, visionary and internationally renowned speaker, Sadhguru can put across quantum leaps in ideas in a downright pragmatic manner — it is this ability, perhaps, that has attracted so many universities, international conferences and corporates such as UN, TED, MIT, World Bank and the World Economic Forum to invite him as a speaker time and again. Or perhaps it is his uncanny skill to strip down complicated issues to their bare essentials. Either way, his talks have brought clarity and perception to leading intellectuals, business leaders and policy makers around the world, creating a wellspring of inclusive action and economics. This afternoon event is a rare opportunity to encounter Sadhguru for an experience that will touch the very core of your being.

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Isha Foundation

Sadhguru’s vision to transform the world has been unfolding over the past 30 years through programmes designed to create an inclusive culture and establish global harmony. He established the Isha Foundation, an international non-profit organisation. Offered in more than 300 cities worldwide, the Foundation’s powerful yoga programs extend a rare opportunity for self-discovery, inner transformation and empowerment for individuals to reach their full potential. Sadhguru has initiated many large scale human service projects for rural upliftment, quality education for the poor, environmental stewardship and holistic health, which have impacted the lives of millions of people around the world, earning the Foundation a special consultative status with the United Nations.

Isha Foundation is run entirely by volunteers inspired by their own personal transformation. Sadhguru has emphasised that humanity now has the necessary capability and resources to address every problem on the planet; the only missing element is willingness. Sadhguru has kindled this willingness within millions of people to extend their heads, hands and hearts toward the betterment of humanity.

The Tempodrom, is one of Berlin’s most unique event venues. Established in 1980 as a circus tent on Potsdamer Platz and after various re-locations, rebuilt in 2001 on the grounds of the former Anhalter Bahnhof in a new form, today the building offers a variety of use and design possibilities with a seating capacity for over 3000 people.

Location

Tempodrom
Möckernstraße 10
10963 Berlin

Getting There

We recommend the use of public transport. Public parking spaces are limited in the vicinity of the Tempodrom. More than 2,000 paid car parking places are available in the Gleisdreieck multi-storey car park (Schöneberger Ufer), just an 8-minute walk away.

More Info

Virtual tour

Register

Please submit your information below. You will be redirected to the event registration website where you can choose between the various pricing and seating options and purchase your tickets (starting at EUR 27). For questions please email Germany@ishafoundation.org.

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FAQ

Do I need to book to attend this event?

Yes, you need to book a ticket to attend the event. ​There are four different pricing categories, €27, €49, €80 and €130.
All attendees, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Booking service fees are added to all tickets depending on the service providers.

Where can I book?

Online: Click here (payment link) to purchase your ticket and choose your seat from the comfort of your home. Once purchased, you can either print your ticket or carry an e-ticket on your mobile device. Ticket collection will not be available on the day of the event. Ticket sales on the day may be available in case the event is not fully booked.

Offline: Tickets are also sold at the Eventim box offices across Berlin. Click here to locate the ticket outlets in your vicinity.

What are the event  timings?

The event starts at 3pm sharp and will close at 5pm. Latecomers, irrespective of their ticket category and based on their arrival time, may be requested to sit in the back. We recommend that you arrive at least 30 minutes early to complete your check-in process. Doors will open at 2:00pm.

Can I bring my children?

This event to open to anyone above 12 years of age. Due to the nature of the event, children below that age will not be admitted, and childcare cannot be provided by the Foundation on the day of the event.

Where can I park?

We recommend the use of public transport. Public parking spaces are limited in the vicinity of the Tempodrom. Over 2,000 paid car parking places are available in the Gleisdreieck multi-storey car park (Schöneberger Ufer), just an 8-minute walk away.

How can I get there by public transport?

S-Bahn (suburban rail): Nos. S1/ S2/ S25/ S26 as far as Anhalter Bahnhof
U-Bahn (subway): Nos. U1/ U7 as far as Möckernbrücke station, No. U2 to Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Park station
Bus: Take No. 129 to Anhalter Bahnhof, No. 248 to Möckernstraße, No. M41 to Anhalter Bahnhof

What should I bring?

Just your ticket – you can even leave your phone at home if you wish!

What should we wear?

There is no dress code, just wear whatever you feel comfortable in. The event is chair-seated.

Who can attend?

This evening is open to all above 12 years of age. Children below 12 cannot be admitted.

If you have any queries about the event and Isha Foundation, please contact us at

germany@ishafoundation.org

For any ticketing and venue-related queries, please contact

+49 (0)1806 554 111

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