Anaadhi: The Begininninglessness
In this week’s Spot, Sadhguru shares about a dedicated group of meditators in Tennessee. “Here I am at the 3 “i”s – Isha Institute of Inner Sciences. We are at Anaadhi (THE BEGINNINGLESS), a 90-day retreat for hard-core seekers. This is quite a stretch both physically and mentally. Above all, it demands extreme discipline. The hope is to build spiritually profound people with great strength, character, commitment and above all clarity.”
 
 
 
 

After being through some incredible sights, smells and tastes of West Asia, here I am at the 3 “i”s - Isha Institute of Inner Sciences. Some hard-core spiritual situation here. We are at Anaadhi (THE BEGINNINGLESS), a 90-day retreat for hard-core seekers. Anaadhi is about introducing people to a completely different level of sadhana and exploration. After sifting through close to 500 applications, we arrived at a little over 200 participants.

This is quite a stretch both physically and mentally. Above all, it demands extreme discipline. This type of sadhana and exploration probably has never happened in this part of the world till now - at least not to my knowledge. It is great to see American meditators gearing up to go through this; each one of them I am sure had to sacrifice something they value to be here. The hope is to build spiritually profound people with great strength, character, commitment and above all clarity. As a part of this, we are also having a 10-day Samyama program for 400 participants - served by a little over 25 volunteers. It is very touching to see how things are being done.

It is their fortune that the Buddha Pournima happens to be during Samyama - that full moon day when Gautama attained became the basis of a spiritual wave that has left an indelible mark upon humanity.

Love and Blessings

 
 
 
 
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