A Lean Machine

Sadhguru mentions that a certain sense of aesthetics has always been a part of his life.
 
 
 
 

Sadhguru: People who have been with me know that I don’t like anything that just stands straight. Even in the programs, I always make sure my chair isn't right in front facing the entrance. It is kept in a certain way. As a child, when I parked my bicycle, I never put it on the stand I always leaned it on the wall. Later, even when I graduated to a motorcycle, I never parked it on a stand, I would always lean it on the handle. This was not just style, it was like a religion. If I had to park it, I never parked it on the main stand. It would always be on the side-stand. If I saw my motorcycle parked with the straight stand, I would be so ashamed. I would go and re-park it.