Indiscriminate and infinite love has the power to bring strange recipients to the giver. One could be a devotee, another a home-maker, a third could be a world class filmmaker or even a race car driver. Sadhguru Jaggi, a Mystic, a Motorbike enthusiast, a Yogi, a Devotee, a Father, a Friend, and above all a parent to the world in his own has brought interesting characters together.
For over two decades, this skeptic and Beatles fan turned Yogi and Mystic has brought millions to the world of bliss. It's not about belief. He urges just as much belief in him as you have in the local grocery store or your gas station—to believe that what you will be given will not harm you. It may not give you bliss, per your own estimation, but just trust that it won't harm you. That you will leave with the same burden and lightness as you came to him with. That is enough for him to transform your life in a way only he can.
In 2002, I was a skeptic and an anti-Guru person as well. But I knew fully well that I was seeking. Seeking to understand the Truth of this creation. Wasn't interested in another Story about the "truth," but the Truth itself. When the Observer and the Observed come together in a way that the Observer can "know" the Observed completely and not just have knowledge of the Observed, which is a mere estimation of the latter, then one can safely say that Observer has experienced the Truth of the Observed. When you experience Joy in the way only you can do and not mere lecture about the mechanism of joy, then you can truly laugh and enjoy the bliss of your being. It doesn't matter how great a pundit you are in the mechanism of joy. It doesn't matter how many of your theses on joy in a human being have been peer-reviewed in the most prestigious scientific journals. That doesn't guarantee the experience of joy. Even Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, finally committed suicide in the face of pain from cancer.
In 2009, I finally got the first brief glimpse of what could be that bliss, and then again in 2010. The latter was the most powerful experience ever in my life. But I am not alone. Many have gone through this journey. Many others are going through it.