10 Books by composed Sadhguru that you must Read before you Die

The purpose of life is to live and to live totally. To live means - before you fall dead, every aspect of life has been explored, nothing has been left unexplored


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As the purpose of life is very clear according to Sadhguru, i.e To live life at its best. Therefore, Sadhguru is making it happen in its way. But one needs to know your own life and explore it by it’s yourself. Although Sadhguru can’t make you live fully, he is helping most of us by his talk and books. It is very hard to include everything into a talk, therefore Sadhguru has written a book through which one can get an idea about his/her life.

Here we will be talking about 10 Books written by Sadhguru that you must Read before your Death, so continue reading,

  1. 1 Inner Engineering


    Inner Engineering: A Yogi's Guide to Joy is a spiritual and self-help book by Sadhguru. The book is intended to be a spiritual guide with practices for personal growth, and also a look at the author's spiritual journey. The book is divided into two sections. Part One contains five chapters and Part Two has four chapters. I recommended this book because it goes deep into yourself and talks about the inner you.

  2. 2 Adiyogi: The Source of Yoga


    Good book for a spiritual seeker. Shiva is presented as primeval emptiness existing from the beginning of creation and as Adi yogi who walked the earth and mastered the art of liberation through yoga. Sadhguru weaves Science and philosophy like the Strands of a thread. I felt reading this book is like taking the first step towards pursuing liberation. The reader might feel like the author is crisscrossing between the facts and myths throughout the book yet one will feel like there is some sense to what Sadhguru says. Book gives glimpses of Adi yogi through the eyes of Sadhguru. Shiva cannot be described in a single volume. all the words and languages combinedly cannot describe him. One should experience him.  

  3. 3 Mystic’s Musings


    Mystic’s Musings is a compilation of extracts from Sadhguru’s discourses and talks. An intriguing look into the truth that lies at the core of existence, this book provokes readers to delve into spaces that are not for the faint-hearted, yet deftly guides us with answers about the reality that transcend our fears, anger, hopes, and struggles. Sadhguru keeps us teetering on the edge of logic and captivates us with his answers to questions relating to life, death, rebirth, suffering, karma, and the journey of the Self.

  4. 4 Encounter the Enlightened


    Sadhguru presents a rare glimpse of undiluted truth from discourses given to seekers at the Isha Yoga Center and around the world. A tool of tremendous value in an age imprisoned by materialism and dogma, these dialogues are an essential key to the inner exploration of the profound questions of humanity: Who am I? Why are we here? What is the meaning of life? The master speaks with undeniable logic and wisdom that penetrates the deepest realms of our heart and soul.

  5. 5 Emotions and Relationships


    This book is the two separate book that is dependent on each other,

     Book 1: Emotion: The Juice of Life One can make any emotion into a creative force in one’s life. Sadhguru It’s not just a poetic license that allows us to refer to emotions as juicy. In a literal sense also, emotions are a chemical cocktail that course through our bodies. But while we have no problems with pleasant emotions, unpleasant emotions are the source of much angst in our lives. In Emotion: The Juice of Life, Sadhguru looks at the gamut of human emotions and how to turn them into stepping stones rather than stumbling blocks. Sadhguru is a yogi and profound mystic of our times. An absolute clarity of perception places him in a unique space in not only matters spiritual but in business, environmental and international affairs and opens a new door on all that he touches. 

    Book 2: Relationships: Bond or Bondage If you enhance yourself into a very beautiful state, everyone will want to hold a relationship with you. Sadhguru Human beings constantly make and break relationships. Unfortunately, relationships can make and break human beings too. Why are relationships such a circus for most of us? What is this primal urge within us that demands a bond physical, mental, or emotional with another? And how do we keep this bond from turning into bondage? These are the fundamental questions that Relationships: Bond or Bondage looks at as Sadhguru shares with us the keys to forming lasting and joyful relationships, whether they are with husband or wife, family, and friends, at work, or with the very existence itself. 

  6. 6 Midnights with the Mystic: A Little Guide to Freedom and Bliss


    Having been lost and searching for a long time myself, it was very easy to relate to Cheryl’s struggle to find inner peace. I too had gone from one teacher to another in hopes of finding what was missing within me. Cheryl found the path that was right for her. This book was wonderfully written. Her guru, Sadhguru, is a wonderful man who teaches peace, love, and humility. He has a very strong presence throughout the book. And you can feel Cheryl’s devotion to his teachings. People need to find the path that is best for them. Cheryl is helping to illuminate the path that she is on to help those who are struggling.

  7. 7 Life and Death in One Breath


    For ages, most of humanity has placed 'life' and 'death' at two ends of the existential spectrum – favoring one, fearing the other and continuously floundering between the two. Only when someone who has consciously traversed between both life and death offers to articulate some aspects of it, does humanity get a glimpse of what lies beyond the horizon of its normal perception? In this book, with his extraordinary insights, coming from a profound inner experience, Sadhguru reveals that life and death are, in fact, two sides of the same coin. It is only by embracing both that we can break the shackles of our self-made struggles and be set free. With numerous vibrant color images, the book is a breath-taking journey through Sadhguru’s wisdom.

  8. 8 Flowers on the Path


    The Flower on the Path series is a bouquet. It comprises articles created by Sadhguru for the Speaking Tree column of the Times of India. These articles have, for many years, brought daily infusions of beauty, humor, clarity, and wisdom into lives abraded by mayhem and monotony. In pages devoted to the changing weather of the stock market and international affairs, these articles have brought readers moments of unexpected insight and stillness. Sadhguru's original thoughts, outspoken comments, and references to current affairs have sometimes provoked controversy. But they have invariably added vitality and color to a national debate. Like flowers, these articles have inspired and stimulated readers, wafting into their lives like a gentle fragrance on some mornings, and on others, startling them awake with fresh perspectives on age-old ideas and beliefs.

  9. 9 Don’t Polish Your Ignorance ...It May Shine


    The persistent questions of seekers fill this book. It's all here – the pain, the confusion, the raging gut-level thirst, all that it means to be human and alive and wanting. And through it, all are the clear, strong, unwavering tones of a master who reminds us that the only thing that lies between the human and the divine, the finite and the boundless, the seeking and the finding, is choice. What does that choice entail? Not the acquisition of any path-breaking wisdom, but a determined refusal to strengthen one's ignorance, to reinforce one's deceptions, to 'gold-plate one's limitations'. The danger, Sadhguru tells us, does not lie in being in the dark – that can be dispelled for anyone who genuinely desires it – but in settling for an easy brilliance, a spurious radiance. The danger does not lie in seeking urgently, but in arriving cheaply. “Don’t polish your ignorance,” he warns aphoristically, unforgettably, recurrently in the course of this book. “It may shine.”

  10. 10 The mind is your Business


    For most people, the mind seems to be an unruly cacophony, attempting to grasp and shape everything which falls in its purview. In mind is your business, Sadhguru explains that only if we make it "our business" to transform this uncoordinated mess into a well-coordinated symphony, will we able to use the mind, rather than be used by it. 


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