From Spiritual Aspiration to Realization | Sadhguru

From Spiritual Aspiration to Realization | Sadhguru

Sadhguru: Once we are born as human beings somehow life got little complicated. It would have been very simple if we came here like any other creatures on the planet – stomach full, everything is fine. When we were hungry we also believed that, once we take care of our survival everything is going to […]

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The Spiritual Significance of the Equinox | Sadhguru

The Spiritual Significance of the Equinox | Sadhguru

Sadhguru: Today is the equinox All of you know what it means in terms of the celestial equator. That is an imaginary line drawn above the earth’s equator which is also an imaginary line dividing this planet into northern and southern hemispheres or that point where the magnetic field of the northern pole and the […]

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“Do I Need a Spiritual Teacher?”

Om Shanti. Walk with Mooji Baba ‘Do I Need a Spiritual Teacher?’ 06/08/2017 There are many people, of course, there are many forms of expression, many spiritual disciplines, religions, and so on. And I come across varied practices, of course. And most people, I would say 95 percent, say they are actually practising for enlightenment […]

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Spiritual Hope: Trusting Your Awakening Heart, with Tara Brach

Spiritual Hope: Trusting Your Awakening Heart, with Tara Brach

[flute] Namaste and welcome. I’d like to begin with a story – it’s a classic story that I’ve heard from many, many different traditions – but the common theme is that there is a monastery that has fallen on hard times and there are mostly elderly monks and they are kind of caught in their […]

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​Going Beyond Just “Talking” Spirituality | Sadhguru

Questioner: Namaste Sadhguru. My name is Dipesh, I’m coming from Kerala. I have been reading books almost hundred books about spirituality. I like talking spirituality, I like philosophizing about spirituality, about Buddhism, anapanasati yoga –everything, but when coming to practice I postpone it. How to avoid laziness? (Laughter) Sadhguru: So you cannot think about it, […]

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How Do You Get Started With Spirituality? | Sadhguru

How Do You Get Started With Spirituality? | Sadhguru

Sadhguru: Turn around once. Just turn around. Just turn around, turn around. See, all of you see what’s written on his T shirt. ‘A’, yeah – that’s where you start, ‘A.’ (Applause) Don’t start with Z, A you must start with A. A means it’s the beginning, isn’t it? So where should you start? Does […]

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“New Age Spirituality” Far from Spiritual Reality (Spiritual Teachings)

“New Age Spirituality” Far from Spiritual Reality (Spiritual Teachings)

New Age people’s spirituality is not spirituality at all. They seem very good people among New Age people’s eyes. But among other people’s eyes they seem something else. Because New Age people are confused or they got trapped into religion and culture. As soon as they hear ‘aum namah shivaaya,” any mantras, they think they […]

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The First Step in Spirituality – Vinita Bali with Sadhguru

Vinita Bali: Sadhguru, what are some of the things that you know, all of us who are here listening to you, what are the one or two things that we can do tomorrow, which will which will increase this level of awareness, perception, thoughtfulness? Sadhguru: Oh! You’re talking about a takeaway, hmm? Vinita Bali: In […]

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HISTORY OF IDEAS – Romanticism

HISTORY OF IDEAS – Romanticism

Romanticism is one of the most important historical events of all time. Unlike a lot of what gets called history, romanticism isn’t a war or a piece of technology or a political event. It refers to the birth of a new set of ideas. It is about a mindset and a way of feeling. Romanticism […]

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The Risks of Cultural Appropriation – Charles Eisenstein

The Risks of Cultural Appropriation – Charles Eisenstein

– Yeah, so, a few things here about cultural appropriation, which, there’s a lot of sensitivity to these days. Here we are in the dominant culture facing a disintegration of the culture, really. A severance of our ties to tradition, to our indigeneity, to our structures of meaning, and so we’re hungry for these things. […]

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