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Start your review of The Mystic Eye Write a review Feb 21, Nishkala rated it it was amazing I always believed when you go to a temple you pray for a bit with a clear mind and come back. All the rituals never caught my fancy. This book gave me a perspective about such thoughts. Sadhguru does not promote any religion or rituals. He only believes in energy. The Mystic Eye taught me the difference between being religious and being spiritual. It gave me a clarity about karma, disembodied bodies, enlightenment, 7 chakras and the Dhyanalinga.
Sadhguru is not like other god-men. He is very I always believed when you go to a temple you pray for a bit with a clear mind and come back. He is very witty and pragmatic and his way of explaining things makes even the most dyed-in-the-wool skeptics believe in the existence of karma and a higher level of being.
The Mystic Eye is a must read for those who are beginning their spiritual journey. All through these days, I listened to a number of conversations with Sadhguru on YouTube and found him to be an excellent, logical a precise speaker and then this book! Not that I was unprepared for the esoteric, but so much of inconsistencies I am so confused that even if one asks me what those inconsistencies are, I can not answer.
I would just say read it and then explain to me! It is just so random. But I want to give this a chance. Maybe poor editing? Also, I want to visit the Dhayanalinga temple and experience for myself. Until then, 2 stars is good enough.
The Mystic Eye