[MULTI] Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev - Inner Engineering

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[MULTI] Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev - Inner Engineering
Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev - Inner Engineering
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Inner Engineering is an opportunity to engineer an inner transformation that deepens your perception of the very way you look at your life, your work, and the world you inhabit.

7 Online classes for Empowerment
- Offers a distilled essence of yoga
- Guided Meditation with each class
- at your own pace in your own space
"As we have physical science to create external wellbeing there is a whole inner dimension of science to create inner well being. I call it Inner Engineering." -Sadhguru
Inner Engineering is a technology for wellbeing derived from the ancient science of yoga. An authentic program for self-empowerment and personal growth, the course opens up the possibility of living life to your fullest human potential - a potential modern physicists and psychologists say is almost unlimited.
Taught by Sadhguru, a profound mystic and yogi, the program components include seven thought-provoking sessions, at-home assignments to increase awareness, guided meditations and access to a Treasure Trove of video Q&A's addressing the topics covered in each class.This program also lays the foundation to learn the Shambavi Mahamudra, an energy practice of immeasurable transformative power and antiquity that Sadhguru has brought to the modern world. It is now practiced by millions worldwide.
Inner Engineering is a synthesis of holistic sciences that cultivates your body, mind, emotion and energy, ultimately aligning you with the powerful flow of the life force itself.
Imagine living and working at levels of efficiency and flow that supersede mental and physical effort; that allow you to cope calmly with the hectic pace of modern life; that attract optimum results aligned with your greatest intentions.
You will gain such potential from a simple, yet powerful, online course. Experience Inner Engineering, and help yourself realize the ultimate potential within.
Class 1 - Mechanics of Life (MP4 / 56:08 / 345 MB)
"My journey began. I was redirected inward and started exploring my own untapped potential." -Sara Ritter
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Class 1 Assignment (After watching the movie!)
The following assignment questions are tools for you to use to look inwards and sharpen your awareness within. When we increase our awareness, we make our growth a concious process. Use these questions as tools to maintain awareness and to look at your experience throughout the day.
What are the benefits of doing assignments?
These assignment questions are designed to help you increase your awareness. How you're going to be doing this is, from this moment on you become as though you were two people: one person will be the doer and the other person will watch the experience of what the "doer" is doing.
When we say experience, there is constantly some experience happening within you. Either you are happy, sad or tense. In a subtle way, it keeps on happening; it is just that you don't notice it until it builds up and explodes.
So, become aware of this moment to moment. You don't need to look for something big that happened; it's the small things that decide the quality of your life. Even if you think nothing is happening, still breath is happening, so just watch your breath and write your experience." -Sadhguru
To finish this class, please answer these 4 questions:
Question 1: In a minimum of 5 sentences, write a synopsis of this session
Question 2: What is the relevance of this in your life?
Question 3: What is the highest goal you can think of? (Answer in a minimum of 6 sentences)
Question 4: What is your vision for the world? (Answer in a minimum of 6 sentences)
Bonus Q&A-Videos: (MP4 / 430 MB)
1.1 - Why is there so much resistance towards the spiritual process?
1.2 - What is the difference between a yogi, mystic and sage?
1.3 - Why do spiritual processes require a committed atmosphere?
1.4 - What is the purpose of my existence?
1.5 - What is your opinion of marijuana?
1.6 - Why does the universe exist?
1.7 - What is the difference between hallucination and self-realization?
1.8 - I have tried many spiritual paths and met many enlightened masters, yet nothing seems to work for me. How could this be any different?
1.9 - How can I manage difficult people at work? When is it appropriate to fire someone?
1.10 - What is awareness?
1.11 - Do miracles exist?
1.12 - Can intelligence and belief systems coexist?
1.13 - Why is there so much unhappiness in the world?
1.14 - How can I handle the large issues in my life?
1.15 - Sexuality has become so compulsive in our society. What can we do about this?
1.16 - How can aligning energies change my life?
1.17 - How is spirituality a scientific process?
1.18 - Sadhguru, have you experienced God?
1.19 - How do you see our world evolving? Is there hope?
Class 2 - The Only Bondage (MP4 / 1:35:52 / 991 MB)
"I recognized the limiting factors in my thoughts and in my life and found the way to overcome many of them, which gave me a
renewed sense of freedom." -Megan Bennet
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Class 2 Assignment (After watching the movie!)
Question 1: In a minimum of 5 sentences, write a synopsis of this session
Question 2: How compulsive are your desires?
Question 3: Write one experience of the pleasure of fulfilling a desire and the pain and frustration of not fulfilling a desire
Bonus Q&A-Videos: (MP4 / 218 MB)
2.1 - Are dreams significant?
2.2 - Can positive thinking change my life?
2.3 - What is Maya?
2.4 - How much control do I have over my life?
2.5 - Why is there so much suffering in the world?
2.6 - How can I drop all my desires?
2.7 - Is desire the basis of life?
2.8 - How can I age gracefully?
2.9 - What is desire?
2.10 - I often choose misery over joy. Why?
2.11 - How emotions and thoughts can be physical?
2.12 - Is this life real or is it just a dream?
Class 3 - To Live and Live Totally (MP4 / 1:23:53 / 765 MB)
"I was able to consciously develop a deep sense of connection and involvement with people and all life around me. Responding positively became effortless and there was no sense of burden in my actions." -Ryan Jacobson
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Class 3 Assignment (After watching the movie!)
Question 1: In a minimum of 5 sentences, write a synopsis of this session
Question 2: Write down one situation in your life where you saw that your responsibility was unlimited and what was your experience. How did you act? What was the result of that? How did you feel about it?
Question 3: Write any situation in your life where you did not see your responsibility was unlimited. How did you act? What was the result of that? How did you feel about it?
Question 4: Be aware and use this in the next 24 hours and write your experience in tomorrows homework. For example, in any situation you were in, if you see your responsibility is unlimited, what is your experience? When you were working in your office, if you see your responsibility is unlimited, what is your experience? When you were sitting simply, if you see your responsibility is unlimited, what is your experience?
Bonus Q&A-Videos: (MP4 / 1,1 GB)
3.1 - Can you talk about cause & effect in the universe. And how does it apply to me?
3.2 - If I am responsible, how will my relationships with difficult people change?
3.3 - Is there such thing a good or bad action?
3.4 - Is emotion an action, reaction or a response?
3.5 - How should I relate to nature?
3.6 - Why am I afraid of taking responsiblity for everything?
3.7 - What do people get out of doing drugs?
3.8 - How can I create harmony?
3.9 - How can I make this process of responsibility a habit in my life?
3.10 - What is the point of being responsible without having the power to act?
3.11 - Isn't it more practical to take responsibility only for my family and friends?
3.12 - How can I be responsible for all the poverty and diseases in the world?
3.13 - Why take responsibility when my actions are limited?
3.14 - Everyone around me feels hurt when I am living joyfully, what can I do?
3.15 - How can I use responsibility to enhance my life?
3.16 - Why don't people respond even after I ask them fifty thousand times?
3.17 - What is happiness?
3.18 - How can one be responsible for being abused?
3.19 - Can a sense of brotherhood generate responsibility towards others?
3.20 - My thoughts are going on non-stop, how can I control them?
3.21 - If I keep telling myself to be responsible, will I become limitlessly responsible?
3.22 - Why does today's society no longer value my opinions and concern about community affairs?
3.24 - Can Yoga and Meditation make a person more energetic?
3.25 - How does the mind impact our ability to take responsibility?
3.27 - Doesn't being responsible make me vulnerable to abuse?
3.28 - How can I be in control when anger comes?
3.29 - Why does taking responsibility feel burdensome?
3.30 - How can I be responsible when others makes me angry?
3.31 - What is conscious and what is unconscious in the existence?
3.32 - How can the notion of responsibility work in all situations?
3.33 - My energies are depleting, what can I do?
3.34 - What does it mean to be aware?
3.35 - Doesn't anger make a person more efficient?
3.36 - How can I control my anger when people don't listen?
3.37 - You spoke of having no boundaries but aren't boundaries required for healthy interactions?
3.38 - What to do when certain responsibilities are in conflict with each other?
3.39 - Where is the intersection between responsibility and surrender?
Class 4 - You Are Not What You Think (MP4 / 1:03.32 / 552 MB)
"With awareness, I could peel away all the layers around me that were holding me back. I moved from thinking about life to experiencing life." -Shyam Gopal
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Class 4 Assignment (After watching the movie!)
Question 1: In a minimum of 5 sentences, write a synopsis of this session
Question 2: Write down one situation in your life where you were aware of the inevitability of the moment and what was your experience. How did you act? What was the result of that? How did you feel about it?
Question 3: Write any situation in your life where you were not aware of the inevitability of the moment. How did you act? What was the result of that? How did you feel about it?
Question 4: Be aware and use this in the next 24 hours and write your experience in tomorrows homework. For example, when you were driving, if you saw the inevitability of the moment, what is your experience? When you were working in your office, if you saw the inevitability of the moment, what is your experience? When you were sitting, simply if you saw the inevitability of the moment, what is your experience?
Bonus Q&A-Videos: (MP4 / 517 MB)
4.1 - Does truth really work?
4.2 - I understand that this moment is inevitable, doesn't this lead me to believe in destiny?
4.3 - If this moment is inevitable, can anything really change?
4.4 - Since this moment is inevitable, I feel at peace. Should I treat the future the same way?
4.5 - Is living in the moment same as living for the moment?
4.6 - Why do so many of us struggle, while others seem to live effortlessly?
4.7 - Is acceptance synonymous with being responsible?
4.8 - Sadhguru, where are we really? Are we in the body, mind or atmosphere?
4.9 - Can we simply live according to the body's needs?
4.10 - Now I feel peaceful, but what happens when I get back to the 'real world'?
4.11 - How can I accept everything the way it is?
4.12 - Why can't we act in this moment?
4.13 - What makes one inevitable moment different from the next inevitable moment? You said we create the future, but how?
4.14 - Living in the moment should be easy. Where did I go wrong?
4.15 - If I am so well engineered by the creator, why is my mind defective?
4.16 - Is clinical therapy an effective way of releasing repressed emotions?
4.17 - Why is it difficult to grasp 'this moment'?
4.18 - Why does it appear that our minds are hardwired to keep us out of this moment?
Class 5 - The Miracle (MP4 / 1:41.22 / 949 MB)
"So much depth and insight was offered to look at my own mind and see how the same thought process and emotions that were capable of causing me misery can be a miraculous instrument to create my life consciously." -Michael Edwards
Extra: 5.1 - What kind of food should I eat (MP4 / 59:28 / 230 MB)
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Class 5 Assignment (After watching the movie!)
Question 1: In a minimum of 5 sentences, write a synopsis of this session
Question 2: Write down one situation in your life where you accepted the inevitability of the moment and what was your experience. How did you act? What was the result of that? How did you feel about it?
Question 3: Write any situation in your life where you did not accept the inevitability of the moment. How did you act? What was the result of that? How did you feel about it?
Question 4: Be aware and use this in the next 24 hours and write your experience in tomorrows homework. For example, when you were driving, if you accept the inevitability of the moment, what is your experience? When you were working in your office, if you accept the inevitability of the moment, what is your experience? When you were sitting, simply if you accept the inevitability of the moment, what is your experience?
Bonus Q&A-Videos: (MP4 / 931 MB)
5.2 - How can we make the most of what you are teaching us here?
5.3 - Is philosophy helpful in becoming more aware?
5.4 - Isn't living in the moment relative?
5.5 - Do we live from moment to moment?
5.6 - How can we accept death?
5.7 - How can I stop suffering?
5.8 - Is getting a disease a consequence of karma?
5.9 - How can we re-write our karma?
5.10 - Can my karma come in the way of my spiritual growth?
5.11 - Is mental disability connected to karma?
5.12 - Can I live without creating more karma?
5.13 - Is karma a consequence of our actions & Do we build karma through thougths?
5.14 - Am I creating karma even when my reaction to everything is optimistic?
5.15 - Is there such a thing as past lives?
5.16 - Does my duty towards others increase my karma?
5.17 - What happens to us after we die?
5.18 - How do I go beyond the bondages of the body, especially when I am sick or injured?
5.19 - Can I become free by negating karma?
5.20 - People always talk about karma in terms of reward and punishment, is this true?
5.21 - How can I break away from compulsive patterns in my life?
5.22 - Is wealth and poverty decided by karma?
5.23 - Who decides the course of our lives?
5.24 - Do our tendencies take time to change?
5.25 - What is the difference between karma and samskara?
5.26 - How can we experience life without accumulating karma?
5.27 - Is it true that good things happen only to good people?
5.28 - Is it possible to dissolve karma?
5.29 - How do I choose not to suffer when there is pain?
5.30 - Does karma play a role in expanding one's consciousness?
5.31 - Is it my karma that I am prone to accidents and injuries?
5.32 - Is there such a thing as positive and negative karma?
Class 6 - Sounds of Creation (MP4 / 1:25.20 / 776 MB)
"I found myself in tune with the fundamental sound of the existence and dove into a state of silence I had never known before." -Ann Cooley
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Class 6 Assignment (After watching the movie!)
Question 1. In a minimum of 5 sentences, write a synopsis of this session
Question 2. What was your experience of chanting AUM?
Question 3. Were you able to notice the vibrations?
Question 4. What is your experience when you chanted aah, ooh and maa separately?
Bonus Q&A-Videos: (MP4 / 350 MB)
6.1 - What is the significance of the Velliangiri Mountains? (Location of Isha Yoga Center in India)
6.2 - Why are temples significant in Indian tradition?
6.3 - Why are certain sounds considered sacred?
6.4 - Can you share your experiences of meeting any spiritual masters in the Himalayas?
6.5 - Why do yogis have long hair and beards?
6.6 - Can I reach the ultimate truth by myself?
6.7 - Is time travel possible?
6.8 - Do hands have any spiritual significance?
6.9 - Why is that you tell people not to do healing?
6.10 - Is chanting and meditation a kind of brain exercise?
6.11 - Why do many people pronounce 'Aum' as 'OM'?
6.12 - Should pregnant women utter Aum?
6.13 - What are yantras?
6.14 - What motivates you to teach us?
Class 7 - Creating What You Want[ (MP4 / 55:49 / 580 MB)
"I am empowered to live as a joyful and peaceful person. I now experience the world as truly my own." -Raj Mohan
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[b]Bonus Q&A-Videos: (MP4 / 760 MB)

7.1 - If a person is joyful, would he want to exist forever?
7.2 - How can I be a good person?
7.3 - How can I receive the grace of a Guru?
7.4 - How do we distinguish between selfishness and loving oneself?
7.5 - Is my life predestined?
7.6 - What is enlightenment? Is it possible for people in family situations?
7.7 - Is there a purpose behind my actions?
7.8 - Do you encourage us to work in public administration?
7.9 - What do you think about predictions?
7.10 - Is suffering inevitable?
7.11 - Can you talk about community service?
7.12 - What is the goal of human life?
7.13 - How will practicing Shambhavi Mahamudra help me?
7.14 - Can one be aware, yet live with abandon?
7.15 - Is there something called "Rebirth"?
7.16 - What about chocolates? Can I indulge in them and still be on the spiritual path?
7.17 - Even when we work hard, why do our desires remain unfulfilled?
7.18 - How do I handle the monkey in my mind?
7.19 - What do you mean by internal action?
7.20 - How can we end conflicts in the world?
7.21 - What is the secret of turning everything the way I want it?

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