Questions and Answers with Tara Jauhar (Part 2). Talk at the “Sourcing Our Oneness” Camp, organised at the Nainital Center of Sri Aurobindo Ashram-Delhi Branch in September 2017.
Into an ecstasy of vision caught
Each natural object is of Thee a part,
A rapture-symbol from Thy substance wrought,
A poem shaped in Beauty’s living heart
Another luminous gift from late Lucette Bourdin, completed not long before her departure.
Q & A session, following “Our Sunlit Path” talk by Dr Alok Pandey at the SAYFNA Foundation, New Jersey, USA, in July 2017
A weekly sharing on Savitri by Alok Pandey (an audio recording in English).
Questions and Answers with Tara Jauhar (Part 1). Talk at the “Sourcing Our Oneness” Camp, organised at the Nainital Center of Sri Aurobindo Ashram-Delhi Branch in September 2017.
You wrote a few days back that the signs of the psychic’s coming forward are psychological. What are these signs?
A central love, bhakti, surrender, giving everything, a sight within that sees always clearly what is spiritually right or wrong and automatically rejects the latter — a movement of entire consecration and dedication of all in one to the Mother.
“We bow to Her who lives in all beings in the form of Mother
Salutations to her, salutations, salutations again and again.”
ON the surface is the storm, the sea is in turmoil, waves clash and leap one on another and break with a mighty uproar. But all the time, under this water in fury, are vast smiling expanses, peaceful and motionless.
Essentially the Mind is a dividing consciousness that by its very nature cannot arrive at an Integral Truth. It is only by removing the dense veil of Ignorance and discovering the Divine Truth hidden in our hearts that we can rediscover the lost Unity.
The first conversation on Savitri with Dr Alok Pandey and Narad in a new format – following themes and perspectives.
“The Illumined Mind does not work primarily by thought, but by vision; thought is here only a subordinate movement expressive of sight. The human mind, which relies mainly on thought, conceives that to be the highest or the main process of knowledge, but in the spiritual order thought is a secondary and a not indispensable process.”
“For more than 20 years, from 1971 onwards, Piero, following the initial vision of Chief Architect Roger Anger, has designed, organized, overseen, rectified and solved all sort of problems and guided the construction of Matrimandir until the Inner Chamber was finally completed in 1992”
A tribute by Barindra Kumar Ghose, which was published in ‘Khulnabasi’ on 21 February 1940. Barin da (1880-1959) was a noted revolutionary, journalist, author and Sri Aurobindo’s youngest brother. He was one of the earliest inmates of Sri Aurobindo Ashram and resided at Pondicherry till 1929.