This fast-moving era brings with it a lot of stress, agonies and hardships. Oftentimes, the modern-day lifestyle pushes us to be a part of a wild goose chase. But what are we chasing, success, peace, stability or freedom? Sometimes, the answers of everything become blurry to us. That’s when inspirational figures like Sadhguru come to our rescue. His motivational words uplift our souls and make our lives easier. And in a Curly Tales Sunday Brunch episode with our Editor-in-Chief Kamiya Jani, Sadhguru spoke about his travel diaries too.
Here’s What Travel Means To Sadhguru
Sadhguru’s world tour on a bike for the Save Soil campaign inspired many people across the globe. The campaign was to draw the attention of the masses to soil erosion and to focus on prevention measures. Of course, like everything else, Sadhguru’s definition of travel is much elevated and wiser. Speaking to Kamiya, he said, “I cycled across South India. I cycled all over the Western Ghats. Then I crisscrossed India, all over the place, many times. So, for me, travel was not going to some touristy place, going to a monument or a temple, or something like this. I didn’t go anywhere. I just travelled. I just loved the terrain, the landscape of India. So, I still remember everything, like one funny-looking rock and one crooked tree.. This is how I remember everything, I don’t remember in terms of places.”
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Travel And Energy: The Link
When Sadhguru was asked what he came back with from his journeys, he said, “It is not that you’re looking for a takeaway, There is a tremendous amount of energy which is restless because whatever people are offering you, doesn’t fulfil the aspiration of that energy. I am not aspiring for anything particular. All I know is that I need to do life in a more significant way.”
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Want to know more about what Sadhguru said? Watch the video linked above.
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