Book Title: Life and Death in One Breath
Author(s): Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev
Publisher: Isha Foundation, Year: 2011
“Passing is an astronomical joke. In the event that you get the joke, when you fall on the opposite side, it will be magnificent. In the event that you don’t get the joke, when you are here you dread the opposite side, and when the opposite side comes, you simply don’t have the foggiest idea what’s going on with it. In the event that demise turns into a snickering matter in your life, life turns into a completely easy interaction – there is no compelling reason to limit yourself during the time spent life; you can carry on with your life totally, completely.” – Sadhguru For a long time, a large portion of mankind has put ‘life’ and ‘passing’ at two closures of the existential range – preferring one, dreading the other, and consistently wallowing between the two. Just when somebody who has intentionally navigated between both life and demise offers to explain a few parts of it, does humankind get a brief look at what lies into the great beyond of its typical discernment. In this book, with his remarkable bits of knowledge, coming from a significant inward encounter, Sadhguru uncovers that life and demise are, indeed, cut out of the same cloth. It is simply by accepting both that we can break the shackles of our independent battles and be liberated.