An Ideal Education - Part 1, Sir Ken Robinson with Sadhguru

  • Published on Jan 18, 2017
  • Sadhguru and Sir Ken Robinson discuss education beyond simply molding children into cogs for modern society’s economic machine. Sadhguru also describes the three types of schools which have been set up within Isha.
    Sadhguru Talks @ In Conversation with the Mystic, Sir Ken Robinson with Sadhguru, The Ideal Education, May 2016, Los Angeles
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Comments • 20

  • Priti Jindal Jindal

    Want these all videos in hindi

  • Mamta Jain
    Mamta Jain Year ago +1

    Very Good Discussion and eye opener for true education seeker

  • CHANDAN AGARWAL
    CHANDAN AGARWAL Year ago +1

    I wish could have watched this video...when I was at school.....where I was bullied for not getting grades and got depressed and I lot my other competencies....which affected my adult life.....I can now feel a life inside me.....Pranam Guru ji..

  • Maria M
    Maria M Year ago +2

    I love how current sadghuru is!! Look at him , that's sir Ken robinson listening to him talking about meditation, just wow. I hope all of the world's leaders hear his message

  • Loopwhoop
    Loopwhoop Year ago +1

    great one

  • Saanch Singhal
    Saanch Singhal Year ago +1

    Woww.. two of my favourites together!!

  • Pratik Thorat
    Pratik Thorat Year ago +1

    unprejudiced indiscriminate attention to everything...!!!!

  • M Shyam
    M Shyam Year ago +1

    the best video of sadguru i've ever heard... this is the form of education that is needed for the current and the coming generations to shape the world completely exuberantly...
    "death is the only thing which has added value to your life " otherwise you would be unbearable!!!

  • adarsh thambi
    adarsh thambi Year ago +13

    " Door in the world may open little slowly for you but when they open they stay open"

  • Alf Reds
    Alf Reds Year ago +1

    I would like to see in the videos (in all of them) a general take from the audience listening to you, it can be interesting to see all the variety of people you meet. So long! :)

  • camondjson
    camondjson Year ago +1

    could you post the whole talk? Thanks

  • Jan Westerdahl
    Jan Westerdahl Year ago +3

    This was very interesting tale..Feel very thankfull to have access to all your exiting mysterys and wisdom.Thank you my dear friend!

  • Kevin K
    Kevin K Year ago +12

    "The doors will stay open because you opened them not because of a certificate but because of competence." wow. Just wow, I needed those wise words.

  • Samadrit Sarkar
    Samadrit Sarkar Year ago +1

    yes

  • ABeautifuILie
    ABeautifuILie Year ago +18

    "Not because of qualification but by competence you open doors" Sadhguru

  • Crisp days
    Crisp days Year ago +3

    thank you very much wise man

  • chinthala lohit
    chinthala lohit Year ago +1

    Please post a full video of that discussion.......Very interesting to watch

  • Sibel Sürücü

    thank you very much for sharing this..is there a chance to post the whole discussion on youtube? i'm a teacher myself and i am very interested in this topic..

  • Iyngaran Mankkaleswaran

    Death is absolutely perfect.
    Life, by its own nature, is imperfect.
    Truer words have not been spoken this bluntly, yet eloquently, for quite some time now.
    Woooooow.
    Just... wow.
    Pranam, Sadhguruji!! :'-)