The sudden shock we have received with the Mother’s departure and, along with it, the sense that departure has given us of a greater impact from her new body have caused a forward spurt in our Yoga. If we can keep up the intensified aspiration we may hope to see the new body materialised in the near future — in less than a century. Even if our effort for progress gets relaxed the Mother will press for the manifestation. Her children then may not have to wait very long.
This poem by Sri Aurobindo in quantitative hexameter is a marvel of mystical poetry.
A brief reflection by Dr Alok Pandey
Aswapati’s journey of ascension through the Mind planes led him to a state of impersonal calm and stillness and peace. But there he could not find the World-power that has started the cosmic game. The sense of the world and its secret purpose remained unknown.
This brief reflection is about the nature and types of Immortality.
This talk is based on a portion of the 6th Chapter of The Mother where Sri Aurobindo reveals the secret of the Four Aspects.
The world is full of negative energies. Yet children have to learn to deal with it however challenging this may seem.
In this canto, Narad the divine sage comes to Aswapati’s palace as Savitri returns from her quest. The fate of Savitri and Satyavan is at once revealed before his subtle vision.
Beyond Purusha and Prakriti moving the cosmic whirl there stands Kali, the World-Mother whose steps determine future Time. It is She who must open the door to the Beyond for Aswapati.
Prana is the energy giver for all our activities, including the sadhana. The following talk discusses some aspects of Pranayama, one of the traditional ways for this mastery and its relation to the Integral Yoga.
Questions and Answers on the idea of Indian Nationalism from an Indian spiritual perspective.
This webinar looks upon the idea of Indian Nationalism from an Indian spiritual perspective.
The Avatar, even the Supramental one, assumes certain human traits in right earnest. … In a very effective sense, God has to become like us in order to help us become like Him.
Old nature sits a phantom by the way,
Old passions may forbid, old doubts return.
Then are there other lives here or beyond
To satisfy us. I will persist, O Lord.
This talk is on a letter of Sri Aurobindo to his wife where he speaks about his intimate aspirations.
This reflection continues our series of “Reconciliation of Opposites”.
A weekly sharing on Savitri by Alok Pandey <>
Words are poor and clumsy, O divine Master, and mental translations are always childish…. But my aspiration for Thee is constant, and, to tell the truth, it is very often Thyself and Thou alone who livest in this body, an imperfect means of Thy manifestation.