“Good video to watch when life seems overwhelming.”

Via on Feb 18, 2013

No Fear in the Now.

Click here for an enlightening discussion re: this video.

I expected to hate the below video.

A “spiritual-looking” gent with convenient huge beard and holy attire speaking calmly with a little smile about our neurosis and enlightenment? Gimme a break, right?

But…right on, Sadhguru. The definition of insanity is being lost in our minds, instead of rooted in reality. It’s that simple.

So how do we do it?

Here’s the how: the practice of meditation.

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2 Responses to ““Good video to watch when life seems overwhelming.””

  1. mustafa says:

    One part of mind is a memory the other part is an imagination ,imagination is a victory over time-space ,,while memory is a confession that we r unable to gain such a victory,,,imagination is nearer to dreams ,but memory is nearer to the reality &the existential ,,,,,so insanity is to be more imaginative than memorizing

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