The passage read today starts with the word of Supreme revealing His mysteries and possibilities for the human soul to Savitri.
The passage read today reveals to us the One Lord in His three states of Sleep, Dream and Waking consciousness.
The passage read today reveals to us the Godhead who has worn the mask of Death.
The passage read today reveals to us the splendour of inner worlds that emerge from the heart of the One.
The passage read today reveals to us the original earths.
Today we touch upon the first few passages from Book 11, The Book of Everlasting Day
In this passage we read about Savitri’s victory over Death, which symbolises the release of human soul from ignorance and pain.
Today’s class is centred around the moment when in response to Death’s supplication, Savitri reveals Her supreme divinity.
Book 10 Canto 4 continued. In this remarkable passage we see Savitri revealing the secret of the evolution of forms through an inner compulsion of the soul within.
In this remarkable passage we see Savitri revealing the secret of the evolution of forms through an inner compulsion of the soul within.
This talk covers the passage where Savitri replies to Death about the objections raised against God and His ways of workings.
The portion we read today describes the dialogue between Savitri and Death. Savitri describes him as the shadow of God.
Death chides Savitri telling her of the futility of trying to change the fixed established laws.
This passage from Book 10 Canto 4 is a powerful answer of Savitri given to Death revealing the purpose of Creation and the meaning of Freedom.
Death is experiencing a change of heart, he is striving to understand God’s purpose in creation and mankind. Savitri has come to change the Law. She has brought with her not only the calm Wisdom of the gods but also the fiery heart of the Divine Mother’s Love.
Savitri now reveals to Death how Light has been growing despite all the resistances. She reveals how God is slowly manifesting Himself through the process of evolution.
Death now attempts to create a gulf between creation and the Creator by stating that since Mind is man, therefore man is forever doomed to a life of division. All that we can do is to escape from earthly ties into some Heaven of peace and bliss.
Death once again tries to dissuade Savitri from holding on to her aspiration of perfecting earthly life. He wants to impress upon her the fruitlessness of the human toil.