In this Hindi reflection we talk about some of the teachings of Buddha.
This prayer reveals to us the nature of the Supreme Reality.
In this brief English reflection we touch upon the Yogic view of cremation as revealed by the Mother.
This passage reveals how the vaster consciousness may act.
This talk takes up three important elements of yoga, the sadhana or the practice, the sangha or collective life, and the satsang. Q&A part includes (1) How to quieten the mind, and (2) How to understand the New Year message of 2021
In this brief reflection, the need of creating one’s own atmosphere is explained as it is needed amid the current time.
In this webinar the fundamentals of the Integral Yoga are explained with the help of the booklet ‘The Mother’ by Sri Aurobindo. <>
When a child is full of enthusiasm, never throw cold water on it, never tell him, “You know, life is not like that!” You should always encourage him, tell him, “Yes, at present things are not always like that, they seem ugly, but behind this there is a beauty that is trying to realise itself….”
The seeking for nirvana and personal extinction celebrated as mukti cannot be the last word of all our search and endeavour and aspiration and hope. It is the last illusion born out of the separative ego that must be overcome to discover the great secret behind creation.
This Reflection is based on the following aphorism of Sri Aurobindo: “Medical Science has been more a curse to mankind than a blessing….”
This passage reveals to us some of the ways that the Divine reveals to man.
Today we reflect upon a passage from the Mother’s writings.
This is a prayer revealing one of the most profound spiritual realisations.
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.”
Aswapati, the seer and yogin has arrived at the doors of the Unknowable where all must be either dissolved and abolished or new-built and transformed. It is here, as he stands at the threshold, that he is blessed with the Presence of the Divine Mother.
This brief reflection is about the power of imagination.
Here we see Savitri entering the black pit of inconscience, the very home of Death from where he derives his strength. It is the realm where Death is all-powerful and for a moment it seems that all light is extinguished.
A new weekly series – Sri Aurobindo’s Writings in Bengali, in English translation. This book contains numerous short writings of rare power and beauty, many of which are not well known (which doesn’t apply to Durga Stotra, of course).