In this conversation with a disciple, dated 2 May 1956, the Mother explains clearly what it takes to perceive the working of a new consciousness in the earth-atmosphere. She reminds that if want the new supramental consciousness to transform us, we must open ourselves and make an effort to progress.
Three excerpts from Swami Vivekananda’s addresses on Bhakti Yogain in which he speaks of the significance and the symbolism of images and forms for a devotee.
Read about a delightful and profound aphorism of Sri Aurobindo. The author also speaks of the future of spiritual symbolism in artistic expression.
Kireet Joshi elucidates in these passages Sri Aurobindo’s concept of complete person which reveals the futuristic vision of Sri Aurobindo for humanity.
In this part, the author gives a clear picture of Sri Aurobindo’s concept of superman and how it is totally different from Nietzsche’s idea.
The author presents a large and profound overview of the new and dynamic dimensions that Sri Aurobindo brings to the eternal spiritual wisdom and vision of our sages and seers.
“Sri Aurobindo’s linking of archetypal wisdom, its basic metapsychology to the modern crisis marks him as a mature visionary. The disproportionate development of a post-industrial society calls for a matching insight. To the anguish of modern man there is no remedy but the mystical,” writes the author.