Savitri lines remind us of the limitations of the present human mind and the need to go beyond
Aswapati is now face-to-face with the Divine Mother. His one-pointed aspiration has reached Her. She knows his aspiration and has come hearing his cry.
The Mahabharata is not a metaphorical piece nor are Krishna and Arjuna the creations of poetic fancy, the Gita too is not the speculation of a modern logician or philosopher. Therefore we have to prove that anything said in the Gita is not impossible or against reason.
In this talk we take up a part of the combined volume CWSA 3-4, formed by three main plays, Viziers of Bassora, Rodogune, and Perseus the Deliverer.
Equanimity. In this brief Hindi reflection we see the true meaning of equanimity vis a vis indifference.
One of the questions that arises in the mind of a sceptic is that if God is the sole Reality then what really prevents us from knowing that That Reality as naturally as we breathe or think or feel. This talk is based on two Mother’s conversations separated by nearly 52 years.
The Mother reveals to us what we should ask and how we should be in terms of our attitude towards the Divine.
In this remarkable passage we see Savitri revealing the secret of the evolution of forms through an inner compulsion of the soul within.
A weekly sharing on Savitri with Dr Alok Pandey
But what is the Origin of THAT of which nothing can be said? Well, regardless of whether we call IT a shunyam or God or Divine or Nothing the question would still stand.
There is a reality which is beyond all our expressions, but which we can succeed in contacting by practising a discipline. We can identify ourselves with it. Once one is identified with it one knows what it is, but one cannot express it, for words cannot say it.
When one does not know what one is really looking for and the seeking is still vague, it may be best to start with the Letters on Yoga, The Mother and Sri Aurobindo on Himself.
We read today some poems that reveal Sri Aurobindo’s love and growing identification with the soul of India.
In this brief reflection we take up the topic of miracles and understand it in the light of the Mother and Sri Aurobindo.
This is a perfect description of a heart, surrendered and hushed and passionate and one-pointed in aspiration that has become a marvellous temple of the Divine Mother.
In this brief reflection we see what Fate really is and try to understand different levels of the workings of fate.
An Integral Yoga leans upon both sides of the Divine, – the passive side of Knowledge as we find in the Vedanta and the dynamic side of Power as found in the Tantra.
Dhritarashtra said, – O Sanjaya, gathered together for war on the holy field of Kurukshetra, what did my partisans and those of the Pandavas do?