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The most valuable part about living at Isha Yoga Centre for me is that the place has been created in such a way that I can live here in full involvement with the work that I'm doing, with the spiritual process that I'm pursuing, without this question of ‘What about me?’
I think what makes this place so conducive for a spiritual seeker is the support system - the consecrated spaces, how people are, how food is served and received.. the little things. Despite the unconditional support, there’s no entanglement with people. I would not trade being here for anything else.
I had an endless list of passions but no clear direction. Finding Isha Yoga Center was like discovering an untouched gold mine. As I dig deeper, I see that the journey inward is worth far more than gold and that now, the passion that burns within me is to live life as intensely as possible.
It is a historic time to be part of this consecrated space when Sadhguru is here, reaching out to millions, and offering transformational tools to all of humanity. It is a blessing to be here.
I never knew there was a place like this where I could devote myself fully to serving people, with no concern of being exploited. The joy and freedom of being able to do that everyday is a fortune for me! I always feel like I'm cared for. I bow down to the people who have made this place happen.
The moment I entered this space for the first time, I could immediately connect with it. Just the simple beauty of the architecture, pristine nature, how humble and kind people are, and how much attention and care has gone into every single detail here.
I recently realized that I had turned 50 a few months ago – but I don’t feel I’ve aged. In fact, I feel much more alive and vibrant than I was even in my college days. My journey with Isha and Sadhguru has been so enriching and fulfilling that I would never exchange it with anything in the world.
Once you’ve had a taste of what it’s like to be in the presence of a realized being, I don’t have any words to explain to you what it does to me. I know there is nowhere else in the world I could be anymore, knowing that Sadhguru is alive.