Inner Engineering Book Review
"When it comes to external realities, each Human being is different. But, when it comes to internal realities, no one is different. There is no guarantee that you would be the best dancer, the best employee or even best son or daughter but inner peace is something we all are capable of achieving”.
“There is no such thing as unconditional Love. There are either conditions or love. When the topic of love comes, it has to be unconditional as a single condition reduces it to nothing more than a transaction of giving and taking. It is not an easy task as love always demands that you invest yourself totally into another human being.
“The expression “falling in love” is aptly justified. You don’t climb, fly, stand or rise in love. You always melt yourself to accommodate another wonderful soul in to your life”.
“The yogic system has come up with 72,000 channels for energy inside a human body. These seventy-two thousand form three channels namely Pingala (right-sided, masculine), Ida (left-sided, feminine) and Sushumna (central). The Pingala and Ida are symbolized as masculine-feminine, or sun and moon.
Jaggi Vasudev, is a known mystic and yogi in India. He founded the Isha Foundation, an NGO that provides some of the best yoga programs around the world.
This time, he shares some of the insights on love, devotion, energies inside the most complex machines which is the human body. In the book Inner Engineering, he explains how yoga is not just simple twisting of limbs and joints but another gateway to beyond the simple physical appearance. Sadhguru explains the type of energies present inside us. The best part is when he explains the reasons behind building so much number of temples in India.
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