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2 books in 1: book 1: 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 us 2 books in 1: book 1: 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. Book 2: body the greatest gadget body, the greatest gadget, is an introduction to the most sophisticated and incredible device on the planet. In the course of this book, sadhguru explores the yogic physiology and the many subtle dimensions of the body. It is a first step on an intriguing and exciting journey that culminates in total mastery of the system, allowing us to stay rooted in the physical and yet taste the beyond. Above all, the book is a glimpse of a possibility to live and function in a way that most human beings would consider superhuman.


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2 books in 1: book 1: 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 us 2 books in 1: book 1: 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. Book 2: body the greatest gadget body, the greatest gadget, is an introduction to the most sophisticated and incredible device on the planet. In the course of this book, sadhguru explores the yogic physiology and the many subtle dimensions of the body. It is a first step on an intriguing and exciting journey that culminates in total mastery of the system, allowing us to stay rooted in the physical and yet taste the beyond. Above all, the book is a glimpse of a possibility to live and function in a way that most human beings would consider superhuman.

30 review for Mind is your Business/Body the Greatest Gadget (2 Books in 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Abhilash Ruhela

    I have always admired Jaico Publishing house because of their commitment towards publishing books that teaches more about life and its importance irrespective of what other publishers are publishing. They are never into race to earn more by releasing stupid pulp fictions and college campus stories. This time I got the opportunity to read Sadhguru's 2 books released in one package- Mind is your Business and Body The Greatest Gadget. I liked the concept of releasing two books in one binding as bo I have always admired Jaico Publishing house because of their commitment towards publishing books that teaches more about life and its importance irrespective of what other publishers are publishing. They are never into race to earn more by releasing stupid pulp fictions and college campus stories. This time I got the opportunity to read Sadhguru's 2 books released in one package- Mind is your Business and Body The Greatest Gadget. I liked the concept of releasing two books in one binding as both are less than 100 pages each. I started with Mind is your business and hence I would review it first. Mind is your Business is basically about how we have cluttered our mind ourselves and made a mess of it but still complain that we are in stress and ache every day. Sadhguru very nicely makes us clear what we have actually done to make a mess of our mind. While reading the chapters, you will realize that we have ourselves sucked away the peace from our mind and added useless stuffs in it. Sadhguru is basically making a point that we have attached ourselves with so many identities today because of which we start considering ourselves with something and not with something with which we do not find ourselves attached. This leads to several opinions and therefore, we are always disturbed. In the end, Sadhguru shares with us few tips on how we can still our minds and bring it in our control rather than being in its control. The second book, Body The Greatest Gadget, is better than the first, according to my view. I did find few things in MIYB above the thinking process of a layman because of which I found hard to understand few concepts. But in this particular book, Sadhguru have so practically explained everything that I could imagine myself doing all the suggested tips and finding myself in a better spot. This book tells you about how you can be healthy always plus how fighting illness is easy. The importance of yoga is wonderfully described in both the books. Sadhguru have also tried telling how to eat and what to eat to stay away from illness. He has supported his take without being religious but being scientific and practical. Though I wished Sadhguru to have written this book with more examples so that a layman like me could have understood the concepts right from the core. Just like Eknath writes who's also been published by Jaico continuously. Rest, I liked the points made by Sadhguru and it's a book that I would always like to pick up whenever I would start following yoga and meditation as routine. I give this book 3.75* out of 5. Thanks. ABHILASH RUHELA - VEERU!!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ankur Chawla

    Its all about perception... he has a perception.. i don't say its wrong or right but its a perception worth giving a read... innovative strategy to sell the book by dividing the book into 2 parts and naming the same book twice... Its all about perception... he has a perception.. i don't say its wrong or right but its a perception worth giving a read... innovative strategy to sell the book by dividing the book into 2 parts and naming the same book twice...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bhakta Kishor

    If you try to stop what you don’t want, only that will happen. This has always been the nature of your mind and the human mind as such. The whole system of yoga is about experientially exploring the nature of your body and your mind. When you get up in the morning and do your asanas, it is not because it is a stretching exercise, as a whole lot of idiots across the planet describe it. Yes, you have to stretch to do it, but fundamentally, it is an exploration of your body and your mind. Because t If you try to stop what you don’t want, only that will happen. This has always been the nature of your mind and the human mind as such. The whole system of yoga is about experientially exploring the nature of your body and your mind. When you get up in the morning and do your asanas, it is not because it is a stretching exercise, as a whole lot of idiots across the planet describe it. Yes, you have to stretch to do it, but fundamentally, it is an exploration of your body and your mind. Because the biggest problem in your life is, you are trying to live here without having a grasp of the two basic vehicles without which you cannot go through this life – the physical body and the mind. As an experiment, try to resist the things that you want. You will see they will manifest strongly within you. If you want something to happen, try to not make it happen. It will definitely happen. That is because you are in a state where when you want to put your mind in first gear, it goes into reverse gear. This is not the best way to do things, but you could try this to understand that this is how it is right now – if you resist something, only that will happen. The most important aspect of your existence is your physical body. When we look at the body as an instrument, different instruments are created and calibrated for different types of activities. When it comes to physical prowess, the human body is not comparable to any other animal. If you take an insect, a grasshopper for example – whatever the length of his body, he can jump almost 50 to 100 times that length. If you are five or six feet tall, you would have to jump 500 or 600 feet. If you hold Olympics by the standards of an earthworm, a termite, a grasshopper, a tiger, a deer or an elephant or any other creature on this planet, you are nowhere near that. ♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒♒

  4. 5 out of 5

    Abhishek Vipul Thakkar

    Sadhguru's understanding of mind is indeed remarkable. He understands the need for transcending the mind and how breath is such a vital tool to go beyond the mind. Misery lies within the mind. But if one tries to go beyond mind, he or she will achieve peace. Written in a lucid style with a humorous touch, this book is a must read for all the yogis and seekers. It is refreshing and the best part is the question and answer format which reminds me of Osho's books. The wit of sadhguru makes one feel Sadhguru's understanding of mind is indeed remarkable. He understands the need for transcending the mind and how breath is such a vital tool to go beyond the mind. Misery lies within the mind. But if one tries to go beyond mind, he or she will achieve peace. Written in a lucid style with a humorous touch, this book is a must read for all the yogis and seekers. It is refreshing and the best part is the question and answer format which reminds me of Osho's books. The wit of sadhguru makes one feel much lighter and relieved. One should do recurring reading of this book to understand that going beyond thought brings immense possibilities to life.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mehul

    who can teach you about Body and Mind better than Indian yogis. Sadhguru reveals most of the secrets about mind and body and also give light to most hot shot topic of chakras. It also have step by step procedure of Isha kriya a very effective kriya for modern generation to overcome stress and work efficiently. A must read for all. once you start it wont leave till the end comes. 5 stars for this mystic writing.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rajiv Bhattacharya

    This is a two book compilation. One focusing on the mind and one on the body. Apart from a few jokes here and there , I didn't find any value in them. Some of the claimed techniques also seem unscientific. The word mystic seems to be misused these days and this is one book to be given a miss. This is a two book compilation. One focusing on the mind and one on the body. Apart from a few jokes here and there , I didn't find any value in them. Some of the claimed techniques also seem unscientific. The word mystic seems to be misused these days and this is one book to be given a miss.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Infantina

    Sadhguru is a very controversial mystic, visionary and an Indian yogi. His dizzying heights of popularity and a wide network of followers all around the globe amazes me. It’s fascinating how one man could achieve this massive fandom for his preaching in his short span of life. Personally, I was delighted by his intelligence and words of wisdom though not as a follower instead as a reader. He is a man of substance. Body the greatest gadget and mind is your business is an articulately written work Sadhguru is a very controversial mystic, visionary and an Indian yogi. His dizzying heights of popularity and a wide network of followers all around the globe amazes me. It’s fascinating how one man could achieve this massive fandom for his preaching in his short span of life. Personally, I was delighted by his intelligence and words of wisdom though not as a follower instead as a reader. He is a man of substance. Body the greatest gadget and mind is your business is an articulately written work consisting of two books in one physical copy where the yogi has shared his insights and knowledge through his life experience to aid the readers understand themselves for a more fulfilling life. This is a holistic approach to treating one self better and I am of the opinion, he must have used very simplistic ways to make beginners understand the specific concepts that he has covered on how to live healthy. Mind & body, if well taken care of, a person will experience paramount ecstasy and will lead a peaceful life devoid of worries is my view. He has flit from these topics and has answered questions from his followers which are also helpful to the readers. A separate book for all the questioners by followers and readers may have been nicer. The book is a profound analysis of the problems people face in their walks of life. Sadhguru has vast humor sense and he has used this quality in bits and pieces to make the book untiring for the readers. Questioners from anonymous are answered by him candidly. His perspectives are detailed in a way readers can get enlightened through it. In this 170 pages book, the benefits of doing yoga is the main focus and I should warn now itself, this alone doesn’t form the entire book which is good as so many books can be found stating the benefits of doing yoga. The stories about adiyogi, Tenali Raman, his personal life with his mother and cousin, in airport with a stranger incredibly aroused my curiosity level. The readers can find answers to general questions and my handpicked ones from the books are as follows. What are illness and disease, are they creations of our mind? Why is it that yogis choose to live in mountain and not in the plains? What is the significance of eating turmeric and neem balls in the ashram? Are mind and brain, the same thing? How do we keep our thoughts are pure? Why do humans suffer more than animals? Sadhguru is a great philosopher and this aspect of him I found very appealing. This particular book is an interesting take on how one should take control of his or her mind and body to get to the right destination. The answers to common questions is the highlight of this small book. Overall, this book wasn’t of much help to me and yet it holds some value. Healthy body and a healthy mind is the need of the hour. People can die early due to illness of the mind just like the body. A sound, stable mind is needed to keep one’s body fit. His book is neither extreme, I mean dull or exciting. Form your own conclusion after reading the book, don't trust my words or author's words. Rating 3.5/5 Quotes from the book <\b> Human is not an established state, rather, it is a state of flux . This moment you can be godlike, the next moment you can be a brute. You may have seen with yourself-you are wonderful this moment, nasty the next moment, beautiful the next moment, and ugly the next. Five layers of human being are : annamaya kosha, manomaya kosha, pranamaya kosha, vignanamaya kosha and anandamaya kosha. The whole universe is geometrically perfect. Modern science is beginning to recognize that there is something called as akashik intelligence. With age our physical capabilities may go down, but aliveness need not go down. Even if you are a hundred years old, you can be alive as a child. Every moment of your life, every step, no matter how many places you think you are going, whether you are going to your office, your home or on a vacation, the body doesn't know all that-it is walking straight to the grave.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Vineeta

    As lucid as always, Sadhguru has explained Mind + Body concepts in a believable way. It seems real to read and follow and observe the changes in Body-Mind system. How yoga is parallelled to asanas but is way more than that. How Pranayam can be used to improve quality of life. How disturbed energies result into diseases. How food alters our health at elemental level. How one's aura = his physical + mental + karmic structure. How mental balance, meditation, joy but not momentary happiness can help u As lucid as always, Sadhguru has explained Mind + Body concepts in a believable way. It seems real to read and follow and observe the changes in Body-Mind system. How yoga is parallelled to asanas but is way more than that. How Pranayam can be used to improve quality of life. How disturbed energies result into diseases. How food alters our health at elemental level. How one's aura = his physical + mental + karmic structure. How mental balance, meditation, joy but not momentary happiness can help us use our mind instead of being slaved to it. In essence, it is about keeping a balance between our Body, Mind and Energies to keep our system joyful.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anup Kumar Barman

    I don't know why this book is so well rated.(May be the fandom of Sadhguru is really something). This book has zero practical implementation. This book has nothing about caring or enhancing your body or mind. It has only some 'good to hear' philosophy. And that's too very much confusing. There are mentioned many things that you should do but how to do it is not explained. So if you have already bought this just read the bold lines, that would be enough. I don't know why this book is so well rated.(May be the fandom of Sadhguru is really something). This book has zero practical implementation. This book has nothing about caring or enhancing your body or mind. It has only some 'good to hear' philosophy. And that's too very much confusing. There are mentioned many things that you should do but how to do it is not explained. So if you have already bought this just read the bold lines, that would be enough.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Arunayan Sharma

    Understanding body and mind in spiritual way. Must read to understand yourself.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rakesh

    Nice

  12. 5 out of 5

    Anik Nandi

    Learnt some things which everyone should know. Found clarity in some aspects of life as well. People should follow up with the exercises given in the book to get the maximum output.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Debdeep Bhattacharjee

    Profound Insights On Our Very Own Mind & Body

  14. 5 out of 5

    Vishy

    Very nice book. One should read to understand to manage one's body n mind. Very nice book. One should read to understand to manage one's body n mind.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gaurav Sanan

    Simple and to the point writing. But very impactful, and a must read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Vishnu Chilamakuru

    Extraordinary read. Sadhguru Explained in detail about the meaning of five elements of nature and how Eastern culture identified it for a purpose much earlier compared to Western culture which were judged as true after many researches. Also explained about how our body can gain things with the help of five elements of nature.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tripti Dayal

    A book which I would like to gift to all who I know. It changes how the reader perceives life, body and mind. It is an easy read with simple language. Great spiritual ideas, tough to understand normally, are made easy to digest using very good examples and analogies. Written by one who knows.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sambasivan

    Excellent book with clear advice on how both mind and body need to work together somthat youncan realise your full potential.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Reuben Swamy

    Brilliant book!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Manickaraj

    it is a combination of his discourses, but throws light on the basic understanding of mind and meditation.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sambhav Jain

    Not for me. Some philosophies are too out of the world for me to digest... e.g. there is no need to have logic in life...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Srishti Patel

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vaibhav Agrawal

  24. 4 out of 5

    Abhilash Ballav

  25. 5 out of 5

    kunal

  26. 4 out of 5

    Abhih Kaasha

  27. 4 out of 5

    Zobeyda

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mayank Tanwar

  29. 4 out of 5

    Pallavi Jain

  30. 5 out of 5

    Swati

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