A Vast Impersonality, pp. 552-554 (SH 278)

What could be said of the personality of one whose ego has been dissolved? The person becomes a vast field, an illimitable centre for God’s Work. His speech and his silence help the toiling world. Such is the state of Savitri as described here.

Beyond Being and Non-Being, pp. 547-549 (SH 276)

Savitri ascends further in her journey. She goes beyond the Manifest and the Unmanifest, beyond Existence, beyond Being and Non-being towards the sheer Absolute. These are of course very profound spiritual realisations that cannot be grasped by the human mind.

Rising Out of the Mind, pp. 542-544 (SH 274)

Savitri has now studied her thoughts and learnt to master them. She has freed herself from the sense of an I that claims and appropriates everything as its own. Now she must take a further step and climb beyond the Mind to the Silence

The Mind-machine, pp. 541-542 (SH 273)

Savitri observes how the mind works incessantly, churning thoughts constantly. She sees that though man’s ego claims everything and believes itself the doer, it is very clearly Nature that does everything. Yet there is something of his own, and it is his soul’s consent.

Behind the Surfaces of Life and Thought, pp. 540-541 (SH 272)

As Savitri looks within, She also becomes aware of the various types of thoughts and feelings and impulses that hide behind the neat façade of life. She enters a whole field of the unseen and the unheard, a new seeing and hearing, an awakening of the subtle senses in the hidden domains of existence.

The Voice of Light, pp 536-537 (SH 269)

The voice of Night drew a response from the heights. This greater voice cautions Savitri as also reveals to her the great secret that will enable her to conquer or rather be conquered entirely and utterly by the greater Truth Above.

Voice of the Night, pp 533-536 (SH 268)

As Savitri sits in a felicitous state having discovered her secret soul, she hears the voice of Night. It paints a dismal picture of life and creation thereby discouraging any effort to make it beautiful and divine.

Opening of the Subtle Centers, pp 529-531 (SH 266)

With the awakening of the secret Soul and the descent of the Divine Shakti, there is a reversal and a reorientation of human nature towards the Divine. The centers in the subtle body, known as chakras, open under the pressure of the Higher Consciousness.