Sadhguru Recovering in Bali After Surgery

Where else could you meet the most popular Indian yogi and mystic if not in Ubud? On Wednesday, April 24, Sadhguru took a stroll through the bustling streets of Bali, surprising the residents and guests of the island with his presence. It was hard not to notice him, as he didn't go alone but with a full delegation. These were the participants of the unique 10-day program "Mystical Reflections" with which he came to Bali.
Screenshots from the video Life INSIGHTS
While some modestly took photos of Sadhguru from afar, others gathered the courage to approach closer to personally express their devotion and enthusiasm for his lectures. Sadhguru responded reservedly, refraining from engaging in lengthy conversations with anyone.
The main purpose of his visit to Ubud was the famous Puri Saren Agung Palace. But Sadhguru decided to explore Balinese culture not only through this. He also stopped by one of the local produce shops. Afterward, the mystic made a stop at Starbucks. However, this stop was likely more about the need to rest from the walk and the heat. After all, it had been just over a month since he underwent serious surgery.
Screenshot from the video Life INSIGHTS
In March, the renowned yogi and mystic was hospitalized in New Delhi with a life-threatening brain edema and underwent emergency surgery. Despite being a fairly complex and serious surgical procedure, Sadhguru quickly recovered and began to improve.
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Bali is one of the first places Sadhguru visited after being discharged, stating that Bali "brings tranquility and upliftment for physical and spiritual rejuvenation."
The Indonesian Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno, quoted this statement to journalists. He was the first to greet Sadhguru upon his arrival in Bali on April 19.
"He (Sadhguru) said that drinks and dances can be anywhere, but if the culture is preserved in Bali, then it's very important," Sandiaga said.
The minister believes that this visit will make the Island of the Gods even more popular as a destination for wellness tourism. In addition, the Indonesian official hopes that now many followers of Sadhguru will flock to Bali. He has 12.5 million followers on Instagram alone.
In addition to touring Ubud for 10 days in Bali, Sadhguru wanted to visit the Besakih and Tirta Empul temples. However, it is not reported on which days he will be there. There are also no publicly available schedules for meetings, meditations, and musical evenings that he conducts in Bali as part of his unique program "Mystical Reflections."
Jaggi Vasudev, known as Sadhguru, is a yogi and mystic dedicated to improving the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of all people on the planet. He is often invited to prestigious international forums such as the World Peace Summit, the World Economic Forum in Davos, and TED conferences.
Sadhguru does not belong to any tradition and combines in his teachings and practices the most significant aspects of yogic sciences relevant to modern life. He is also known for the organization called the Isha Foundation. Through his foundation, he and his followers actively participate in social programs, education, and environmental activities.
Followers of Sadhguru can be found all over the world.
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