Rabbi Rami talks to Sadhguru about about how he got into yoga for all the wrong reasons, that meditation is not something you do but what you are, and his book Inner Engineering: A Yogi's Guide to Joy. A review of his book can be found in the Sept/Oct 2016 issue of Spirituality & Health.
Sadhguru has dedicated himself to the elevation of the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of all people. He is a sought-after speaker who has addressed leading international forums, including the World Peace Summit at the United Nations, the World Economic Forum, TED, and numerous universities. Sadhguru belongs to no particular tradition and incorporates aspects of yogic sciences that are most relevant for modern-day life into his teachings and practices. His scientific methods for self-transformation have universal appeal. His life and work serve as reminders that the inner science of yoga is absolutely relevant and applicable to our lives today.
In 1992, Sadhguru established the Isha Foundation, an international, volunteer-run, nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing all aspects of human well-being. It is headquartered in the United States at the Isha Institute of Inner Sciences in Tennessee and in India at the Isha Yoga Center at the base of the Velliangiri Mountains, near Coimbatore. Supported by over three million volunteers worldwide, the Foundation’s activities range from large-scale humanitarian projects in the fields of public health, ecology, and education to yoga programs for the individual. The objective of all the Foundation’s activities is to empower the individual to realize the ultimate potential within, and to promote a global climate of inclusiveness and harmony. Learn more at innerengineering.com.