In Compassionate Conspirator, a DVD released by Isha Foundation, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev is in conversation with poet Arundhathi Subramaniam. Responding to a question from the audience, Sadhguru says it’s always a good day for the cosmos but people tend to let their moods and minds mask the grandeur around them.
Following the launch of the biography, “Sadhguru - More than a Life,” author Arundhathi Subramaniam, who always believed
“Gurus belonged to another era,” poses a series of questions which she encountered as she delved into Sadhguru’s life-story – from the energy which allows him to maintain seemingly “superhuman” schedules, to the “compassionate conspiracy” through which the Guru functions.
And has this human being, who in Arundhathi’s words, seems to “pack the intensity and adventure of several lifetimes into a single one,” ever had a bad day? No. He says he makes every day into a good day, no matter what is happening. “For me,” he explains, “every moment is like this: if there is somebody here or nobody here, my life is like an ongoing first time love affair.”