If you’ve ever felt a spiritual calling, and felt there was more
to your life than just the day to day grind, then do we have the
show for you.
Today I’ll be talking with Karan Bajaj, a #1 best-selling indian
author about his brilliant new novel The Yoga of Max’s Discontent,
inspired by a one year sabbatical traveling from Europe to India by
road and learning yoga and meditation in the Himalayas.
Today I want to talk about taking a spiritual and creative
sabbatical, literal or metaphorical to get in alignment, find our
path, and find our deepest self.
That plus we’ll talk about going silent, riding a scooty,
becoming vegetarian teetotalers, holding up your arm for 12 years
straight, and how to hang with monkeys and snakes.
Questions and Topics Include:
- Taking a creative or spiritual sabbatical, literally or
- Why his story begins in a Bronx housing project
- Why the connection with suffering in the US isn’t as real or
visceral as it was in India
- How this book can change your psyche
- What was Karan’s sabbatical year (from Europe to India by road)
- From Europe to India to Himalayas
- Why Karan has a pattern of taking time off to be and discover
facets of himself.
- How he ended up hanging with homeless drug addicts in
- How did he get the idea to become successful, then leave it all
- How travelling got the creative juices flowing
- Why entertainment and meaning is his formula for success
- What were the 10 day vipassana retreats like?
- What Monkey’s did to his wife’s backpack.
- What the ashram was like with monkeys and cobras
- Why you’d need to step over cobra’s if you go to the bathroom
- What does karma and past lives have to do with yoga
- Why the further you get away from sabbatical, the more you
shift back to the way you were before
- What is dharma?
- How he’s realizing it’s all about the inner journey, even more
than seeing outward beauty (for instance the Grand Canyon)
- What happened when he was hiking in the Himalayas (crossing a
- How was hiking in the Himalayas and who were some of the
‘trippiest’ people he met.
- What’s a standing baba
- What enlightenment means and why you need to let go of the
striving for enlightenment
- How he just started writing at 28 and already has multiple
best-sellers at 36
- Why it’s so important to live your Dharma
- What has he learned about meditation and mindfulness
- Why there are basic steps to follow before moving to
- What is concentration based meditation
- Go to Karanbajaj.com/yogamax
- Get book and free meditation course, yoga flow course and yoga
Karan Bajaj Shares Valuable Lessons Learned from a Year’s Travel
on the Road to India & the Himalayas On Discovering Your Dharma
or Life Purpose and Value of Meditation, Yoga, Austerity &
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