… very often we bind ourselves to the letter and not the spirit, the outer sense rather than the deeper inner meaning, the mental understanding rather than the truth being revealed to us.
In this English talk on Sri Aurobindo’s writings, we take up the first volume of CWSA (The Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo) “Early Cultural Writings”.
We take up today the first published poem of Sri Aurobindo, which was printed in 1883 when the author was 10 years old. This poem in retrospect appears at once prophetic and autobiographical.
The Supramental Truth is the truth of the Infinite. It cannot be bound or limited by any one-sided formula or understanding of things, or any process or technique for which we may be eagerly looking for.
The New Creation begins with the Supermind. All below it including the splendour of the Overmind belongs to the old Creation as the perfect perfection is missing there.
In this webinar we look at the story of the Divine Mother as seen in the epic Savitri.
The Gita ranks first among the world’s scriptures. The knowledge that has been briefly explained in the Gita is the highest and most secret knowledge.
Some aspects of the Vedic journey culminating with the Supramental Manifestation brought down to earth by the tapasya of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.
… the Mother advises us to remain quiet and not try to understand the words but simply wait for the understanding to develop in a receptive state.
This reflection is on some aspects of the New Consciousness and its action.
This material world is not a vanity or an illusion. It conceals within it a greater truth than what meets the surface eye.
There is a thirst for love in every human being, conscious or unconscious.
The word has power, even the ordinary word releases into the psychological and occult atmosphere certain energies that have concrete and lasting repercussions upon the earth
The first talk of this series gives us a general overview of Sri Aurobindo’s writings and the necessity of reading them.
A weekly sharing on Savitri with Dr Alok Pandey
The Mother’s Name however is much more than a mantra, since it invokes not just a power or an aspect of the One but Her who is beyond the One and holds within Herself both the Being and the Non-Being, Manifest and the Unmanifest, Saguna and Nirguna, and yet transcends them all.
Whatever you may want to do in life, one thing is absolutely indispensable and at the basis of everything, the capacity of concentrating the attention.
This prayer is a wonderful meditation upon Love.