Read a few selections from Champaklal’s book Prarthana ane Udgaro, translated into English from Gujarati under the title Prayers and Aspirations by Sudha and Don Fisher. A biographical note about the author is also included.
Champaklal shares an incident of how Mother educated a boy to hold a right attitude, without speaking to him even a single word.
These selected passages from Sri Aurobindo and the Mother give us practical guidance on how to handle the sources of disharmony in human relations in daily life. These sources include narrowmindedness, dislike and fault-finding in others.
The author shares how her understanding of human relations has been deepening as she makes conscious effort to be an aspirant on the path of Integral Yoga.
These selections from Sri Aurobindo’s letters highlight the necessity of work in Integral Yoga and guide us on how to open to the Mother’s force.
Sri Aurobindo answers the disciples’ questions about how to open to receive the Mother’s force and become a perfect instrument for her work.
Shobha Mitra narrates how she learned an important lesson from the Mother on cultivating humility and dissolving personal egoism of the doer of works.
Since August 2021, every month we have been exploring each of the twelve attributes that the Mother says are essential for full manifestation of Her Work. We have now come to Peace. Like the previous eleven issues, here also we explore the soul-quality of Peace in its various dimensions — inner and outer, individual and collective.
In these letters Sri Aurobindo speaks of Peace as the first foundation of yogic status. He also explains that to arrive at an established peace in all parts of the being takes a long time, but we must sincerely aspire for it.
Instead of identifying with the wrong movements in the nature, a sadhak must aspire for greater peace. Only in peace the Divine Force can transform the nature.