A much-used word, karma is loosely understood as a system of checks and balances in our lives, of good actions and bad deeds, of good thoughts and bad intentions. A system which seemingly ensures that at the end of the day one gets what one deserves. This grossly oversimplified understanding has created many complexities in our lives and taken away from us the very fundamentals of the joy of living.
Through this book, not only does Sadhguru explain what karma is and how we can use its concepts to enhance our lives, he also tells us about the Sutras, a step-by-step guide to navigating our way in this challenging world. In the process, we get a deeper, richer understanding of life and the power to craft our destinies.
"With Karma, Sadhguru explores both the limitations and possibilities of human existence. It is full of valuable insights to guide you to live a life of fulfillment and well-bein.,' WILL SMITH
"Forget what you think you know about karma-Sadhguru shows us it's not a punishment for bad behavior, but a vehicle for transformation and empowerment. This hook will put you hack in charge of your own life" TOM BRADY
It happened. On a certain day, Shankaran Pillai purchased a boat-a forty-foot ultra-luxurious yacht-for ten million dollars. He decided to take his new Puerto Rican bride out on the ocean for a romantic cruise.
On the way, misfortune struck. The yacht hit a rock and was wrecked.
As the brand-new boat sank into the ocean, Shankaran Pillai and his wife managed to extricate themselves. They swam for their lives and finally made their way to the shores of a nearby islet-a sandy sliver of land floating in the middle of nowhere, completely devoid of vegetation.
Shankaran Pillai and his wife had a few tins of canned food. They knew these would last them only a couple of days. They were in a fix.
Unperturbed, Shankaran Pillai settled down in a yogic posture and assumed a serenely spiritual expression. His wife, however, was of a more volatile disposition.
"We're marooned!" she wept. "There's no human habitation in sight, no sign of any life here-no animals, no plants, nothing. What will we live on? How will we get out? What a terrible end to our dreams of marital bliss! What a terrible end to our lives!"
Shankaran Pillai continued to sit in his yogic posture, unruffled.
**Contents and Sample Pages**
Brahma Sutras (81)
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