The Mother narrates her trance experience when she concretely ‘saw’ how the money-power which is under the control of Asuric forces can be conquered.
Sri Aurobindo and the Mother give important guidance on the complexity of man-woman relationship in the path of Integral Yoga.
The Mother gives a few fundamentals for how teachers could facilitate impulse-control in children, particularly the impulses of violence and sex.
When rethinking education for India of tomorrow, it is critical to know the fundamentals which formed the basis of our educational heritage.
Given the great value our ancients placed on brahmacharya as a system of human energy management, it is no wonder that we find a long history of physical education in ancient India, far more ancient than Greece.
The Mother traces the differentiation between masculine and feminine genders to the way the primordial cause of creation of the universe has been explained in many ancient traditions. She adds that both men and women are in several ways enslaved to each other. And to deal with the problem of superiority and inferiority, one must must free oneself from all the inner enslavement and treat both the genders with perfect equality.
The sexual dimension of fertility is the tāmasic component, the pull of pleasure Nature uses for reproduction. The biological dimension is rājasic component that creates a new life form. Fertility also fulfils the sāttvic dimension of transmitting culture or samskāra, enabling spiritual evolution.