Isha Kriya: A Free Guided Meditation – Sadhguru

Isha Kriya is a simple, free guided meditation designed by Sadhguru. Watch this video for the guided instructions from Sadhguru and experience this powerful spiritual process in the comfort of your own home.

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33 thoughts on “Isha Kriya: A Free Guided Meditation – Sadhguru

  1. Sadhguru sings shankaracharya's Bhaja Govindam, Acharya shows whole life in those words. He sings that when Shankarcharya see a old man trying to learn difficult grammar of sanskrit.

  2. I have been doing it for a week now and I feel a little more composed. But I have this small doubt, when Sadhguru says I'm not the body (while inhaling) and I'm not even the mind (exhaling) what I'm supposed to feel at that moment. I just don't see the point of saying I'm not the body…..

  3. Hi I've been meditating since this video was uploaded and I now wonder : Will it still be effective if I do it sitting on a chair with feet crossed in the ground or do I have to do it in a lotus position ?

  4. Hello friends! If you do not mind to share your thoughts, could you please advice what does this supposed to be mean? I am not get the meaning clearly "I am not the body, I am not even the mind".


  5. (All credits to Vijay S from the original video)

    To those wondering about what he sang at the end, he sang three stanzas from a 2,000 year old composition by Adi Sankara called 'Bhaja Govinda'. Adi Sankara sang it back then taking humans around him to task for not focusing on the truth & divine and instead wasting time on material pleasures. The meaning of the 3 stanzas he sang is as follows:

    Yogaratova bhogaratova sangaratova sanga-viheena; yasyad brahmani ramate chittam nandathi nandathi nandathyeva — Some take pleasure in and get addicted to actions w purpose (yoga), some take pleasure in and get addicted to luxuries/luxurious lifestyle, while some to company of society and social life, and some to avoiding society and social life. But the one who takes pleasure in and gets addicted to constantly ruminating on the 'brahman', he alone enjoys the real pleasure, no one else, no one else no one else.

    Sat-sangat-ve nis-sangh-at-vam | nis-sangh-atve nir-mohatvam | nir-mohat-ve nischala-tatvam| nischala-tat-ve jeevan-mukti hi — The need for constantly seeking company(social life) of some kind loses it's lure/value by associating with vitreous(truthful) humans. Such non-attachment to company (and material stuff) will slowly lead to freedom from delusions and illusions. Such freedom from delusions will eventually lead to liberation from bondage of human death & births.

    Puanarapi jananam punarapi maranam | punarapi jananee jathare sayanam | iha samsaare bahu dusthaare | Kripaya paare paahi muraare — Taking new birth after this life ends, and then dying again, and then taking new birth again and then dying again and so on and so forth, oh lord this life and bondage of life and death and birth and life and death and so on is very difficult, so please become compassionate to this misery of mine and protect and liberate me from this bondage oh lord.

  6. I heard that this practice should be done for 48 days, which is 1 cycle.. So my question is, can we keep practicing after 48 days.. I mean after a few weeks break? Or is it just 1 cycle? Pls someone clarify this to me.. Tq

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