Sri Aurobindo describes the different levels of consciousness through which we understand and experience the working of Shakti or Energy within and around us.
Sri Aurobindo emphasizes that the perfection sought in the integral Yoga is not only to be one with the Shakti in her highest spiritual power and in her universal action, but to realise and possess her fullness in our individual being and nature.
Given that concentration is such an important aspect of all spiritual pursuit and life, in various works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother we find a great body of deep insights and detailed explanations on this. We present here a small selection of practical advice and guidance given by Sri Aurobindo.
After all that Sri Aurobindo had set forth in his major works, why he undertook another massive effort of literary creation, namely, Savitri?
What is the nature of religion? And how is it connected with spirituality or yoga? This issue explores these and many other related questions.
When one enters yoga, one must leave all the bondage and clingings of the past life. For a yogin, Divine alone is one’s religion, country, family, everything.
Indian spiritual tradition reminds that business like all other work when done as per dharma does not interfere with pursuit of a spiritual life.
In this part, the author begins with some misperceptions people have about Yoga and describes beautifully the practice of Integral Yoga at Sri Aurobindo Ashram.