A Yogi’s Guide to Joy – Sadhguru
Live In Perpetual Bliss And Joy
A Yogi’s Guide To Joy, drawn from Sadhguru’s wisdom, is a 15-day journey towards freedom from suffering, mastery of your thoughts and emotions, and lifelong bliss.
With Sadhguru as your guide, you’ll embark on a profound adventure of discovery that reveals:
- Your true self and your place in the cosmos ~
- The most productive way to navigate your thoughts and emotions ~
- Where suffering really comes from (and why it’s a choice, not a necessity) ~
- How to live in perpetual joy and child-like playfulness ~
- The key to achieving true balance and stability in all areas of your life ~
- And how to define and embrace your personal definition of freedom and fulfillment.
A Yogi’s Guide To Joy is not simply a spiritual reflection.
It’s an opportunity to intimately connect with one of the modern world’s most exalted yogis and visionaries as he engages every dimension of your being –
To awaken a profound transformation in how you think, feel, and show up in the world.
Sadhguru is a venerated yogi and visionary. Named one of India’s 50 most influential people, Sadhguru’s work has touched the lives of millions worldwide through his transformational programs.
Sadhguru has a unique ability to make the ancient yogic sciences relevant to contemporary minds. His approach does not ascribe to any belief system, but offers methods for self transformation that are both proven and powerful.
An internationally renowned speaker and author of the New York Times bestseller Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy, Sadhguru has been an influential voice at major global forums including the United Nations and the World Economic Forum, addressing issues as diverse as socioeconomic development, leadership and spirituality.
He has also been invited to speak at leading educational institutions, including Oxford, London Business School, IMD, Stanford, Harvard, Yale, Wharton and MIT.
In his first-ever Mindvalley program, Sadhguru presents his most beloved teachings on perhaps the most vital aspect of the human experience: the freedom from suffering, and the attainment of unconditional peace and joy.