What does it really mean to be enlightened? In this intimate encounter, Sadhguru responds to some age-old questions about what it means to live in the realm of the mystic, and why some get there and some don't.
In the second part of this book, Sadhguru explores some of the primal fears about death. In the process, he touches upon several fascinating areas of Eastern thought, including karma, yoga, and mukti, or ultimate liberation.
“See, you have had pieces of life - some of them have been good, maybe some of them bitter, but you have had a certain slice of life. Suppose you had the whole pie for yourself, I would call that enlightenment.
You are not seeking pieces anymore. You have become very greedy; you want all of it. Everything that can be known experientially, you want to know right now. If you do manage it, that’s called enlightenment. Is it very difficult? Not at all.
The most difficult thing about enlightenment is that it is too simple and it is the most obvious. Because it is so obvious, the whole world misses it.” - Sadhguru, Enlightenment: What It Is