Snakes in dreams by Sadhguru.
Indian mystic Sadhguru is a celebrity prophet who has ten million followers on social media. He advises the most famous people in the world, from troubled actor Will Smith to quarterback king Tom Brady.
Born Jagadish “Jaggi” Vasudev, he goes by the honorific title Sadhguru, which means Indian yoga guru and spiritualist.
Now 64 and married to Vijaya Kumari (pictured in header photo with Jaggi on his motorbike) he has been teaching yoga in southern India since 1982. He has written several books and is called upon to speak at international forums.
Sadhguru founded the Isha Foundation which operates spiritual, physical and mental wellbeing centers around the world. The organization has no religious affiliation because Sadhguru associates religion with the search for meaning.
And that would undermine his overall view of life, which is: “There is no meaning to anything.”
People who go looking for a meaning in life are wasting their time, he says, and not experiencing life itself.
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“If you experience life in a moment of joy, or love, you don’t look for meaning,” he notes. “It is only when you’re depressed or unhappy that you look for meanings.”
Despite his celebrity, or because of it, Sadhguru has his detractors. They call him a fake.
But whether or not he’s a fake, I personally like his take, on the much-feared snake.