Sadhguru looks at how a human being is capable of employing intelligence, without the intellect. He explains that the human existence is phenomenal intelligence. We can't make our heart beat or kidney or liver work with the thought process. The thought process is important for certain aspects of life, but it is entirely unsuitable for other aspects of life.
Fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani asks Sadhguru why Indians seem to prefer Western culture and attitudes to India's own intrinsic values and culture. Sadhguru looks at the fundamental ethos and thread that binds Indian culture together, and explain how it is only the spiritual process that has kept Indian culture alive, despite centuries of persecution during the British Raj.
Questioner: Hello (Testing the microphone). Namaskaram Sadhguru. Sadhguru one of the five elements pancha bhuta is akasha - space and in one of your You Tube videos I’ve heard you I mean you say ether… you mentioned ether about space in akasha. So once you… in your talk now in time travel you talk about space. So this ether and ___(unclear -space?) akasha I’m bit confused. Can you please elaborate on the ether part?
Acclaimed film-maker Shekhar Kapur walks with Sadhguru through the Isha Yoga Center in India, and seeks to understand what the significance of brahmacharya or monkhood is. Sadhguru explains that a brahmachari is someone who has had a taste of the ultimate, and now they want it all! He explains that someone on the path of the ultimate doesn't divert attention to things someone else thinks is important.
Sadhguru speaks on the negative and far-reaching effects of stress and tension in our lives. He explains how by taking charge of certain fundamentals, the source of creation that dwells within everyone can work for us to create a blissful life, instead of against us to cause misery.
Sadhguru looks at how traditionally, most yogic practices were created with the male body in mind, which is why women should be careful about what they practice and when they practice. He looks at how certain practices being taught around the world today are not appropriate for women.