This poem reveals to us the coming of the Divine in a human frame. It is a Vedic imagery of the birth of Agni which upholds the Divine Will of the future.
What the great legends and stories really are and how we can understand the hidden truth in them at different levels.
Now Sri Aurobindo goes on to reveal the nature of supramental substance and the senses in that world of Truth and Harmony and Delight.
On the day of Sri Krishna’s Birthday, we recollect some stories of the Divine as the friend of all creatures.
This is a brief reflection on the spiritual approach in caring for terminally ill patients and have even this crisis can be turned into a great opportunity for a spiritual leap.
A weekly sharing on Savitri with Dr Alok Pandey
In this webinar we see how one travels from one birth to another and reach new birth. We discuss the mystery of birth and the journey of life through rebirth.
Even to think of one’s progress is to get back into the ego-self. Our work is to aspire and leave the rest including our progress entirely in Her hands.
Aspiration in everyone, no matter who it is, has the same power. But the effect of this aspiration is different. For aspiration is aspiration: if you have aspiration, in itself it has a power.
In this webinar with IPI we try to understand different kinds of relations at different levels.
In this Hindi reflection we try to understand the shades and grades of human nature along with the evolutionary hierarchy.
A misconception exists on the role of prayers, worship and certain forms of external expressions usually associated with the ritualistic aspects of religion. From a spiritual point of view the attitude is more important than the external action. At the same time there is also a need for the outer and external being to participate in the movement of Yoga.
In this webinar we look at the causes of pain and suffering and their true remedy.
Having revealed to us the nature of Supramental Thought Sri Aurobindo now gives us a glimpse of what Supramental Life is in its own domain.
Renunciation means renunciation of desire, renunciation of selfishness. And to learn that renunciation one need not take refuge in solitude. That lesson has to be learnt through work in the field of work; work is the means to climb upon the path of yoga.
This brief English reflection is about our attitude in present times of crisis.
The portion we read today describes the dialogue between Savitri and Death. Savitri describes him as the shadow of God.
… a poem by Sri Aurobindo reveals the ways of the Divine, the secret purpose of going through this furnace of purification that burns the body and mind but releases the gold of the soul within us.