In our Book of the Month feature, we highlight some precious reminiscences of K. D. Sethna (Amal Kiran). They speak the working of the Mother’s Grace. The precise reason for featuring these extracts in the current issue has to do with the connection to the Supramental Manifestation of 29 February 1956.
The author emphasises that we should so train ourselves in heart and mind that Savitri becomes an experience of a miraculous communion.
In this insightful writing Amal Kiran imakes some perceptive comments on the Mother’s Message dated April 24, 1957, and clarifies the meaning of Supermind and its connection with Avatarhood.
December 5, 1950 is a momentous occurrence in the timeline of Supramental Yoga. Amal Kiran elucidates its deeper significance and the consequence in this four-part essay.
Were there any signs of the coming of Sri Aurobindo’s passing which as per the author can be seen as a culmination of a momentous deliberate fight whose implications can be read only by understanding a little of what the supramental light means?
The author writes: “A splendid heroism of selflessness is here, the vividest picture of a warrior Yogi who would take any risk, if thereby he could press closer to his objective and though the formula is “I conquer or perish” the frame of mind is one that might easily avail itself of a yet more audacious formula: “I perish to conquer.””