The author underlines some of the key ideas of Sri Aurobindo that could be taken forward for further treatment in academia, both present and future.
The Mother explains that whether it is finding solutions to mathematical problems, doing scientific work or artistic work, it all depends on the degree of concentration and the orientation of concentration.
The author, our regular contributor, points our attention to the the epidemic that Attention Deficit Disorder has become in today’s age with its social media and other internet based stimuli that have severely impacted our capability to concentrate.
Building upon the previous issue’s theme of Conscious Parenting, this issue explores the theme – ‘Education for the New Age.’ Starting with September 2021, this new series of 12 issues is inspired by the famous line of Sri Aurobindo – “All Life is Yoga” and aims to dive deep into the works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother and other senior sadhaks to seek a few pearls of wisdom which can guide us to work toward a true renaissance of India.
With the advent of supramental consciousness, how do we understand the central aim of education – Know Thyself? What type of education will prepare future generations for the new consciousness and new world?
In these passages the Mother points to some fundamentals of education which is forward-looking and essential for building a new India.
Read here a few essential clarifications from the Mother and Sri Aurobindo concerning meaningful integration of spirituality in educational context.