Is Eating Non-Vegetarian Food Ethically Wrong – Hariprriya Asks Sadhguru


Are you a foodie who can’t stop gorging on non-vegetarian food? In this hard-hitting video, Sadhguru’s shares his take on whether eating non-vegetarian is cruel.
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  1. We love plants…
    People love there gardens??

    This questions is never asked.

    The same question is never asked to vegetarians……….

  2. The best countries in the world were built by meat eaters ! Vegetarian countries (India) were ruled by foriegn meant eaters !

  3. When she says she tried to be vegetarian she never really tried. It’s the same common excuse said by many who are too weak willed to try.

  4. I am a foodie. I lowe to eat. Pls embarrass yourself more. People already laugh at us then you go and say that lol

  5. According Sadguru anything you eat its become your part of your boady then why not Sadguru eat some chicken wingS may be he gets wing.

  6. before watching this video i was certain that sadguru will tell be vegetarian but to my surprise he told both type will b ok if you do in limits.

  7. Her: But, I'm an animal lover too.
    Sadhguru: Oh, so that why you eat them…

    I loved that answer. So simple yet so profound. Even though I don't always agree with Sadhguru, that right there shows the reason why I still listen to him. The man is as wise as they come. Thank you God for allowing me to learn from Sadhguru through the comfort of my house, thousands of miles away from him. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  8. If her pets are babies for her then all animals in the world are babies of god. Us God se daro.

  9. Success is nothing but achievement of an aim or goal .However, it’s not true happiness at all.

    Knowing one's own true nature is everlasting happiness in life.

    Knowing one's own true nature is the ultimate goal of humanity and is an absolute truth.

    Walking with the truth in life is solely enough to attain salvation.

    There are no rules, dispassion, renunciation or meditation for one who is pure receptivity by nature, and who admits no knowable form of being.

    “You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.”

    God is Spirit, dwells in the Soul; experience by the Heart is "Enlightenment."

    "One Day is Equal to One Life" The moment you get to know your true nature, from that moment you will know that one day is enough to live life to the fullest.

    … Be true to yourself…

  10. there is something fundamentally wrong with this universe, but as long as we have to exist here we must accept it

  11. Usually I agree with what Sadguru says in answer to the questions his interviewer asks. This is one of the very few instances that I could not agree with what he said about eating non vegetarian food. He seemed to imply that it was perfectly all right to eat non vegetarian food because plants feel pain too when cut. Gautama Buddha very boldly and clearly said that slaughtering animals for food was wrong and cruel, and asked people to stop killing them for food. There was no ambiguity in what Buddha said. Sadguru, however, seemed to be reluctant to say eating non vegetarian food is condoning cruelty to animals. He does not practice what he says, however, because at the Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore, where I stayed for three days, he serves vegetarian food only in his dining hall , and never a morsel of meat. He seemed to tell this actress, "Don't feel guilty about your craving for non vegetarian food. Go ahead and eat all the chicken and lambs you want." It was a sad and unsatisfactory response, I think. I was not happy at all.

    Yesh Prabhu, Bushkill, Pennsylvania

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