In this brief English reflection we take up one of the most basic practices of Yoga, where one learns to shift the needle of consciousness leading to a change of outer circumstances.
In this English reflection we take up the issue of lack of interest in education that children encounter.
In this reflection we read a passage by the Mother on the Dhammapada
We look into different yogic perspectives on health and healing, including natural and stimulated immune response, as follow from numerous passages from Their writings on these subjects.
This English reflection takes up quotations from the Mother’s Collected Works Vols. 13-14, and other writings.
In this brief English reflection we touch upon the Yogic view of cremation as revealed by the Mother.
In this brief reflection, the need of creating one’s own atmosphere is explained as it is needed amid the current time.
This Reflection is based on the following aphorism of Sri Aurobindo: “Medical Science has been more a curse to mankind than a blessing….”
Based on the following aphorism of Sri Aurobindo: “Disease is needlessly prolonged and ends in death oftener than is inevitable, because the mind of the patient supports and dwells upon the disease of his body.”
This brief reflection is about the power of imagination.
This brief reflection is about the mind, intelligence, and their role in life.
In this reflection, we try to get a deeper understanding of the vibrations that surround us and how to consciously deal with them.
This brief reflection is about the law of suffering in the evolutionary process.
This brief reflection is about the various levels of causes that simultaneously operate in every event.
A reflection on the spiritual way to master physical suffering revealed to us by the Mother.
This brief reflection is based on a passage of the Mother regarding the relationship with the Mother and the psychic being.
This brief reflection is about lighting up the flame of progress within us.
This reflection is about the capacity of self-willed withdrawal from the body.