The Innate Capacity to Heal. {Partner}

Via Sadhguru J. Vasudevon Jul 23, 2013

We all have this intelligence. The problem is everyone looks for solutions outside when the solutions are inside.

Via elephant sponsor Isha Foundation.

In this excerpt from “In Conversation with the Mystic,” Sadhguru and Dr. Tracy Gaudet examine our innate capacity to heal. We can change the quality of our systems and chemistry in a matter of a few days or weeks if we are willing to do a certain amount of work with ourselves.

Sadhguru discusses how there is a technology within which is capable of turning a piece of bread into a human being. Into such a sophisticated technology, if we can consciously have a drop of this intelligence in our day to day lives, health is not an issue in our lives. We all have this intelligence. The problem is everyone looks for solutions outside when the solutions are inside. The manufacturer of this body is inside.

Sadhguru will be conducting Inner Engineering this Fall in California and Tennessee. Early Bird Specials ending August 15.

October 11-13: San Mateo, California

October 3-6: McMinnville, Tennessee

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About Sadhguru J. Vasudev

Sadhguru J. Vasudev is a contemporary mystic rooted as strongly in worldly and pragmatic matters as he is in inner experience and wisdom. Named one of India’s 50 most influential people, he has addressed prominent global forums on issues as diverse as socio-economic development, leadership and spirituality. He has served as delegate to the United Nations Millennium Peace Summit and the World Peace Congress and has been a special invitee to the World Economic Forum (2006-2009), the Australian Leadership Retreat (2006) and TED (2009). His interviews are featured in The New York Times, BBC, Bloomberg, CNNI and CNBC. He is the author of several books, the subject of four books and co-author of the Amazon Bestseller “Midnights with the Mystic.” His public talks frequently draw crowds of over 300,000 people.


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