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February 8, 1913

O LORD, Thou art my refuge and my blessing, my strength, my health, my hope, and my courage.
[…] and that worship goes up from my heart and my mind towards Thee like the pure smoke of incense of the perfumes of India.

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“Invitation to Savitri” by Prof Nadkarni Part 15

With the beginning of Part Two, we have a different kind of poetic enterprise. Books 4 and 5 together cover ground which you don’t find in Vyasa’s ‘Savitri’. Sri Aurobindo takes great delight in describing Savitri’s childhood and youth.

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A World’s Desire p 22-23

We are introduced to the Seer-King Aswapati, a being from the higher consciousness, a representative of the Divine upon earth who has come to help humanity in its Godward climb and open the doors to the future.

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The Godhead

“His hair was mingled with the sun and breeze;
The world was in His heart and He was I:
I housed in me the Everlasting’s peace,
The strength of One whose substance cannot die.”

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Opening Remarks for Book One Canto III

Thus far, in Cantos One and Two of Book One, we have been given a brief background of Savitri’s work. It is a cosmic work that she has undertaken, against which are arraigned powers of darkness that do not wish to see the Advent and growth of Light upon earth.

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Closing Remarks for Book One Canto II

Thus we see in this brief but succinct Canto not only a glimpse of Savitri’s divine personality, the purpose and mission of her birth, but in a wider sense the purpose of our own birth in this play of Space and Time.

Tuesday-med

Grace and the Law of Karma (HH 199)

There is a law of Karma that seems to chase us beyond the pyre and the grave. And yet there is Grace. This is our hope of redemption from the Law that is binding even upon the gods. Today we share the Mother’s revelations on this aspect of death and after-life.

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After-death Experiences

“There is no rule of complete forgetfulness in the return of the soul to rebirth. There are, especially in childhood, many impressions of the past life which can be strong and vivid enough, but the materialising education and influence of the environments prevent their true nature from being recognised.”