Sadhguru Center for a Conscious Planet
Enhancing Consciousness, Cognition, and Compassion
The Sadhguru Center for a Conscious Planet is a multidisciplinary research center focused on understanding the relationship between human consciousness, cognition and compassion. The Sadhguru Center is based in the Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine. The Center faculty work closely with our colleagues across the Harvard Medical School system. The Center conducts rigorous research, facilitates thoughtful conversations and exploration, and builds awareness through education and community outreach.
The overarching goal of the Sadhguru Center is to improve the health of BIDMC patients and the broader community through scientific research by: (1) expanding human consciousness, cognition, and compassion; (2) creating medical and contemplative interventions to reduce cognitive decline and accelerate recovery after surgery and critical illness; (3) using mindfulness techniques to enhance well-being; (4) promoting collaboration with multidisciplinary colleagues and the public; and (5) educating the community about best practices.
Consciousness being the fundamental intelligence that crafts both body and brain, Conscious Planet is the way forward for all issues within and without.Sadhguru
Yogi, Mystic, and Visionary
Conversations on Consciousness, Cognition and Compassion
Memory, Consciousness, and Coma
What happens to the brain when you are under anesthesia?
Leadership Dilemmas in Healthcare During COVID-19
A conversation with front line health care workers during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic.Watch Video
Managing Mental Wellbeing During the Pandemic
What impact is the COVID-19 pandemic having on mental health?
Healing Collective Trauma with Thomas Hubl
What is collective trauma? How do we reduce stress and create space for healing?
Mind and Brain: Dialogue between a Neurologist and a Yogi
Are mind and brain the same? Neurologist Dr. Steven Laureys and Yogi Sadhguru discuss.