Stealing the Limelight…in a Bank
Sadhguru: I especially remember this first class in Hyderabad in 1983. I just landed there without knowing anyone in the city. Someone had told me, “There is one bank manager who may help you.” So I went to meet him. It was a working day, and I waited there for two hours. Then I went into his office. I told him that I had come to give an introduction for a program. He said, “Aha, they have told me. Sit down.” I said, “Okay.”
He went on with his business. Then, when there was a little two-minute break, I stood up. I was dressed in my denims and a faded shirt. Without his permission, in the office of the bank manager, I started my introduction. He looked shocked. I just went on. For fifteen minutes, I gave my introduction. Then someone else came in with a file. I said, “Stop.” So that guy stood there and also listened to the introduction.