Sadhguru Visits Ayodhya's Ram Temple

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Sadhguru visited the grand Ram Temple in Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh for the first time since its consecration.

Taking to social media platform X, Sadhguru said, "Profound gratitude for generations of people who strived to bring this to fruition. This is not a temple of stone, but of devotion and conscious sacrifice.- Sg"

Earlier in the day, Sadhguru shared about his visit saying, “Today I am going to Ayodhya to honour a great being of the past and to honour all the people who have kept up a relentless struggle to manifest the inspiration that this being has been for this civilization.”

“After over 500 years of struggle, the devotees have manifested this. Rama is definitely an inspiration from the past but very relevant for the future. Your personal likes and dislikes, longings, loves are important, but when it comes to larger well-being, when it comes to the larger good, you learn to keep your own most important things aside and do what is right for the maximum number of people. Rama has been an embodiment of this."

"And above all, no matter what life throws at you – to maintain equanimity, to maintain freedom from the invasion that life can make into your mind and your heart – not being invaded by what's around you, embodied with the divine possibility. This is Rama,” Sadhguru added.

"This should be the future of the world in many ways. Do not think in terms of just worshipping someone. The most important thing is emulating that possibility—emulating those values, emulating that nature of a human being that can choose to be the way it wants to be, no matter what life does," Sadhguru concluded. 

Meanwhile, Sadhguru called on Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Shri Yogi Adityanath yesterday. Applauding his leadership, Sadhguru said on social media X, "Shri Yogi Adityanath ji's vision and leadership are steering Uttar Pradesh towards becoming an epitome of development and culture. His dynamism and dedication to people’s wellbeing is truly commendable. -Sg"


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