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1.15 The Ego Cannot Understand the Divine Working

Man …. wishes to be dazzled in order that he may see. And this impatience, this ignorance may turn into a great danger and disaster if …. we call in another distorting Force more satisfying to our impulses and desires and ask it to guide us and give it the Divine Name.

NAdkarni Aug 1999

“Savitri’s Yoga” by Mangesh V Nadkarni

Study Camp we are concluding today marks the tenth year of our collective yajna in the form of the study of Savitri. I feel that the Divine Mother has amply rewarded our tapasya (askesis) by bringing into existence Savitri Bhavan and many, many receptive minds and hearts in Auroville.

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Sri Aurobindo in Baroda, Part 7

The question which has occurred …. even to many of Sri Aurobindo’s close and trusted colleagues — is this: Why did Sri Aurobindo engage in insurrectionary and revolutionary politics? He was one of the foremost leaders of the Nationalist or Extremist party….

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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.

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The Role of India in the New Creation (in Hindi)

India can become a catalyst in the process of the New Creation. But it is important that India understands its own true heritage. India’s true destiny is to be the Guru of the world, but first it must acquire once again the knowledge of the Spirit, not through book reading but by direct inner experience.

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Purity

… all my hope lies in Thee, Mother. Thou knowest all my defects, all my weaknesses; Thou knowest, in the heart of my heart I seek none else but Thyself; in Thy grace and mercy thou wilt protect me from my own weakness…

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1.4 The Origin of the World

… all that can be said is: “Things are like that because they are like that”, one can’t explain them, because the explanations one gives are those of ignorance and explain nothing at all [….] So you have to pierce a hole, rise in the air and see things in another way. Then like that one can begin to understand.

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The Lost World-Rapture, pp. 118-119

What has been described so far is of course not the whole picture. Life, in its origin, is Divine and is born from the Bliss that built the worlds for housing God’s joy. We see here an overview from afar of these Life-Heavens.

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The Misery and the Saga of Life, pp. 117-118

Behind the restless urge of life there is indeed a seeking, a seeking which cannot be satisfied until the very Highest, the Absolute, the Perfect, the Ultimate is reached and realized. This is the real cause of its misery and unhappiness.