Savitri shows the highest consciousness man can reach. She also shows the way to achieve it. Man is the son of immortality and if he wants, that possibility can open its doors for him.
This prayer is about the vigilance needed to keep the tide of material thoughts away from us.
A weekly sharing on Savitri by Alok Pandey (an audio recording in English).
This brief English reflection explains how one can be indifferent and act in daily life as well as Yoga.
The bud of love awaits its hour to blossom in the human heart, and when that happens, life turns into a perpetual bliss.
Right through the afternoon, right through the evening, an effortless joy and constant Godward intensity, a penetration into Sri Aurobindo’s being and into the Mother’s. I felt enveloped and embraced by their holy atmosphere.
…. when people are told “be humble”, they think immediately of “being humble before other men” and that humility is wrong. True humility is humility before the Divine
A talk by Dr Alok Pandey at the AUM 2009 Conference in Greenville, SC.
Aswapati stands at the doors of the Unknowable. The Unknowable cannot be known by the Mind. It can be known if It so chooses to reveal Itself to us. One has to wait with endless patience, wait upon the Grace at the peaks of creation.
In this brief reflection in Hindi we try to understand the real meaning of Freedom, Discipline and the subtle laws of life.
The Body is an occult agent with countless possibilities waiting to be discovered.
“Kanchipuram is a very old city of ancient India. It was a city of culture and learning and the seat of various religions. It has seen many kings, many dynasties, many wars and political upheavals.
A concluding part of the series by Dr Alok Pandey.
These are worlds where Love blooms with beauty and delight as its accompaniments. One can enter this high realm through the psychic door in the heart.
This talk is about Sri Krishna’s message and how Sri Aurobindo has carried it further to its logical conclusion. The talk also includes Sri Aurobindo’s sonnet on Krishna.
Amal was born Kekushru (Kekoo) D. Sethna on November 25, 1904 in Bombay. The family were members of the Parsi community in Bombay; descendants of the Zoroastrian Persians
A short video clip based on the spiritual meaning of flowers: Divine Love – Pomegranate. The Mother’s text is read by Vivek. Photo and video: Ritam, Alexey. Music by Nadaprem.
A fragment from a French documentary, now with English subtitles, showing historic footage of the Ashram.