When we lose a loved one, Sadhguru says, it is the time to cherish the memories of how they enhanced our life, not to fall into grief and depression. He discusses dropping the illusions of the mind and emotions and “turning on the lights” before you reach the lighting of your cremation fire.
For a leader, is it better to work towards structure or allow the “rule of the jungle”? Sadhguru explains, chaos is not a choice, but by designing according to differences in people and activities, rather than fitting everyone to one mold, one can reap the best out of any situation.
Why does it seem that a relationship between a man and woman is the source of maximum conflict in life? Sadhguru untangles the compulsions and calculations in love and marriage, and offers a solution for living together harmoniously.
Health is a natural aspiration of every cell in the body, Sadhguru reminds us, not something we have to take up as a mission. By paying the required attention to ourselves, he says, we can become the best expert for our own wellbeing.