I’ve known Bhaskar, and consequently his family, for over four years. I once overheard a conversation he had with his then 3-year-old son. It went something like – Jai: “Daddy, what’s more scary – lightening or fire?” After some thought Bhaskar replied: “I don’t know Jai, because if you really pay attention, both are actually beautiful.” That conversation at once opened my heart widely (and wildly), and showed me just the kind of person he is. Husband, father of two, and creator of BODHI Principle, he is a fearless, happy-go-lucky, insightful and inspiring human being. He lives his practice like no other I know and it is palpable.
What does a typical practice entail?
The formal practice is an hour every morning of meditation, pranayama and asanas; together with taking two classes per week. The informal practice is finding ‘mindfulness islands’ in the day and spending time in inspiring environments (including people, places, books and videos).