Since the Divine dwells within man, the Guru also dwells within man. All Gurus in fact derive from this aspect from the Divine and are His conscious or half-conscious representatives. However, since it is difficult for man to discover the Divine Master within, He comes to us in a human form.
This talk is a summary of Sri Aurobindo’s sonnet, written on 11 September, 1939. At the end there is also a brief reading of another poem, To the Hill-tops of Silence (1934).
A talk by Dr Alok Pandey at the Beach Office of Sri Aurobindo Society, Pondicherry, recorded in the April of 2010.
This prayer is about turning earth into a temple and abode of the Divine.
As the Gita puts it beautifully, one cannot do yoga with a hesitating heart and a doubting mind.
Aswapati now stands on the very edge of creation. One step further and he would enter the realm from where none is known to return. This is the border that Aswapati must cross to find the perfect remedy for a world besieged with evil and pain.
This talk is woven around Sri Aurobindo’s poem Rebirth, written between 1900 and 1906.
Book Seven: The Book of Yoga, Canto I: The Joy of Union; the Ordeal of the Foreknowledge of Death and the Heart’s Grief and Pain.
We dwell upon some of Sri Aurobindo’s poems on Shiva.
This talk on the eve of Durgastami explores the inner significance of the legend of Durga and also shares a vision of Champaklal ji from his book Visions of Champaklal on the theme of сonquest over an Asura.
This talk briefly touches upon the secret of Death in its various aspects
A weekly sharing on Savitri by Alok Pandey (an audio recording in English). <>
Although comparisons are not of great help in terms of our seeking, a question has been received of comparing Sarada Devi and Mother Mira.
This prayer reveals to us how we can turn all life into yoga.
The soul is a seed of the Divine that has come from the Divine into this world of ignorance and pain where darkness and unconsciousness and falsehood and death presently reign. The purpose of this implantation is precisely to change this world into a world of Truth and Light and Bliss and the marvel it is meant to be.
This talk touches upon some of Sri Aurobindo’s poems on Science.
The Mother was not well for some time in early 1962. But she kept on working. She even came to the Balcony now and again to give the morning Darshan as usual. But the 18th of March was the last day. After that, she fell seriously ill and did not come down from her room on the second floor.
Aswapati stands at the apex of creation from where he can see and experience all the peaks that climb towards the Unknowable. We are now given a glimpse of his experience at those unreachable summits.