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Who is Sadhguru and why should you care?
If you haven’t heard of Sadhguru you soon will. He is an enlightened yogi and mystic from India with millions of followers who spends most of his time travelling the world speaking about inner change and transformation at places like Google, Microsoft, Harvard, Oxford and the United Nations. I liked Sadhguru the first time I saw him […]
What happened during Sadhguru’s Satsang on Guru poorinima day?
I have mentioned that it happened during Sadhguru’s satsang on a guru poorinima day because that is exactly what happened. But usually what people do is add their own explanations for it. Human beings have been doing it for ages. What people forget is that correlation is not causation.
What to do at Sadhguru’s Coimbatore Ashram?
The giant Theerthakund pool inside Sadhguru’s ashram in Coimbatore, South India. You’re recommended to take a dip here before meditating in his powerful Dhyanalinga temple Nice little area to eat meals outside
How old was Sadhguru when he stopped speaking?
Until the age of 19 years, Sadhguru did not speak much and was very silent. Sadhguru did not speak much because he realised that he didn’t know about anything. He realised this when he was 4 years old. Sadhguru spent most part of his childhood paying attention to whatever he encountered.
When was Sadhguru born and where?
Jaggi Vasudev (Sadhguru) was born on 3 September 1957 in Mysore, Karnataka, India. Until the age of 19 years, Sadhguru did not speak much and was very silent. Sadhguru did not speak much because he realised that he didn’t know about anything.
How did Sadhguru Raghavendra start practicing yoga?
When Sadhguru was 12 years old, he met Malladihalli Raghavendra, the founder of Anatha Sevashrama Trust and he taught Sadhguru some simple yoga asanas. Then, he started to practice yoga continuously from then on. This act of practicing yoga led him to explore another dimension of life.
Who is Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev?
Jaggi Vasudev has given speeches at places such as the Headquarters of the United Nations, World Economic Forum and at educational institutions and technology companies. Sadhguru was conferred the Padma Vibhushan civilian award by the Government of India in 2017 in recognition of his contribution to the field of spirituality.
What is it like to be a guru in India?
A guru in India is like a God. They have millions of followers and if they’re famous they can’t just walk around freely or they will be swamped by literally hundreds of people yelling, screaming, crying and acting hysterical.