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The Mother: The Prayer of the Cells in the Body

“The body’s cells grow into something conscious, entirely conscious. […] And this physical mind […] has fallen silent, and in silence it has received inspiration from the Consciousness. And it has started praying again: the same prayers that were earlier in the mind.”

26. Experiences

Experiences

I experience Love and Ananda, but they disappear after a while.

It is so with all spiritual experiences. The ordinary consciousness is not accustomed to hold them.

A fall in concentration is very upsetting.

Fall of the concentration happens to everybody […]

The One who has become the Many

The One Who Has Become the Many pp 60-61

Though creation appears to our senses as a number of separate objects hung in Space and connected through the play of Time, behind all its variations and multiplicity, there is the One. It is the One Reality that has become the Many. This is the great secret we are here to discover.

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Q & A on Yoga and Psychology

A Questions and Answers Session, following a talk by Dr Alok Pandey at the Workshop on Integral Counselling, 10-12 November 2017, at SACAR (Sri Aurobindo Centre for Advanced Research).

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September 28, 1914

A day will come when the harmony shall be achieved and all the country shall be, by its very life, the bearer of Thy word and Thy manifestation. But meanwhile my pen is mute to chant Thy praise.

25. Receptivity and Assimilation

Receptivity and Assimilation

Aspiration is intense in the morning, then diminishes, and in the evening the consciousness becomes calm and quiet. Is this the rule in such matters?

It is quite usual to have such periods in the day. The consciousness needs time for rest and assimilation, it cannot be at the same pitch of intensity at all times.