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5. Illness, a Habit

“Life is the first mystery encountered by us, death is the last. We know something about the events in between and also a little about the processes of life and death….. It is unlikely that a purely physical approach will make us any wiser. Its utility too is doubtful since to conquer death without changing our inner life, prone to suffering and diseases of various kinds, would mean only a prolongation of our present ills.”

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Explorations in Savitri 058 pp 170-172

“Calling the powers of a bright hemisphere,
We shall shed the discredit of our mortal state,
Make the abysm a road for Heaven’s descent,
Acquaint our depths with the supernal Ray
And cleave the darkness with the mystic Fire.”

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“Invitation to Savitri” Pt 07: Book 1 Canto 3

” the primary thing in your life is to realise the soul that you are, not read about it. Reading spiritual literature doesn’t help; direct realisation is what helps. Realise that you are the soul, bring it to the front and lead your entire life under its guidance. That basically is what spirituality is all about.”

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4.2 Illness – An Inner Disequilibrium (Part 2)

“We recover and prevent every possible illness when we awaken and put our troubled nature in contact with the soul….. Disease is an anomaly and therefore our focus should be on getting back this state of health once again….. Consciousness is precisely the key that helps us understand the barriers that obscure and veil the natural state of health in us.”

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The Ever-Living Presence (02) Beyond Birth and Death

The Avatara leads, humanity follows; the Avatara builds the bridge, humanity walks over it. When the intended work is done, the Avatara withdraws behind so that humanity may prepare itself for the great walk. He does not die but simply withdraws just a step behind the curtain of material life. Blind are they who believe that the Avatara is no more. Even great Masters are not subject to Death.