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Sadhguru at Harvard: How Your Genetics Can Trap You

Sadhguru at Harvard: How Your Genetics Can Trap You

In a conversation at Harvard Medical School, with Emery Brown, Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School and Nicholas Schiff, Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience, Cornell Medical College, Sadhguru looks at how genetic memory can become a huge limitation on how you experience your life.

Quotes from this Video

“If you're identified with your genetic memory, you will just be a replay of your parent's life.” —Sadhguru

“You have a certain kind of software. Unless you disengage with that, nothing new will happen.” —Sadhguru

“The reason why an individual human being may feel trapped is simply because they are super identified with their memory.” —Sadhguru