“If you want to enjoy success, before you engineer situations,
first of all you have to engineer yourself.”

– Sadhguru

Sadhguru’s first official visit to the African continent, 12th – 19th June , includes an exciting three-nation schedule with Inner Engineering in Uganda, a golf jaunt for the first Sadhguru School in Africa, and conversations with eminent personalities. This visit also happens to coincide with the celebration of International Day of Yoga, a blessed opportunity for the African nations!

Sadhguru in Uganda

  • Alan Kasujja In Conversation with Sadhguru on “Directing Destiny”
    12th June 2016 5:30-8:00 pm
    Special guest Juhi Chawla
  • Golf Jaunt, 13th June 2016
  • Sadhguru Schools Inauguration, 16th June 2016
  • Inner Engineering, 17-19th June 2016

Sadhguru in Kenya

  • Julie Gichuru In Conversation with Sadhguru
    on the “Future of the Feminine”,
    14th June 2016 7:00-9:00 pm,
    Oshwal Center, Westlands, Nairobi

Sadhguru in South Africa

  • Pravin Gordhan In Conversation with Sadhguru on “Inner Engineering – Directing Your Destiny”
    15th June 2016 6.30-8.30 pm
    Theatre of Marcellus, Emperor’s Palace, Johannesburg


“We have the technology, resources,
and capability right now to
address every issue on the planet.
The only thing missing is inclusive consciousness.”

A yogi and visionary humanitarian, what sets Sadhguru apart is that his approach to every aspect of life stems from a deep-rooted inner experience.

Isha Foundation is a flowering of Sadhguru’s guidance and wisdom. His deep experience and understanding of life from the everyday to the ultimate, provide the inspiration for Isha Foundation’s vision of global harmony and individual empowerment


Past Conversations

In Conversation with the Mystic is an exclusive series of interactive episodes where eminent personalities from around the world speak with Sadhguru about topics that are close to their hearts.

Arianna Huffington

Donna Karan,
Paul Hawken,
Shekhar Kapur
and Kathleen Koch

Ed Begley

The Davos World Economic Forum Question



At the end of 2014, an unprecedented 177 out of a total 193 member nations of the United Nations pitched behind the resolution for an International Day of Yoga.

‘Yoga essentially means that in search of wellbeing, you don’t look up. Because if you look up, you will hallucinate, you will start imagining things which are not in your experience. And above all, you do not know which is up and which is down.

In the last 150 years, most of humanity has looked up, and a small segment has looked out – gathering wealth and building palaces. But today, a large part of humanity is looking out instead of up. If we look out for human wellbeing, we will destroy the very basis of our existence, which is what we are doing.

We have different names for this – ecological problems, global warming, climate change – but human beings are just looking out in pursuit of wellbeing. That is all it is. The only ultimate solution, and the only way human beings will truly know wellbeing, is by turning inward. This is what yoga means. Not up, not out, but in. The only way out is in.

And now, a situation has come where the leaders of nations are speaking about yoga. Not just in India, but in the highest international body – the United Nations. We definitely want to do something for International Day of Yoga that will make a big impact on the planet.’



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