Tag: Integral Yoga

Soul experience

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What the soul sees and has experienced, that it knows; the rest is appearance, prejudice and opinion.

— Sri Aurobindo



India

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India saw from the beginning, and, even in her ages of reason and her age of increasing ignorance, she never lost hold of the insight, that life cannot be rightly seen in the sole light, cannot be perfectly lived in the sole power of its externalities.

— Sri Aurobindo



The supramental

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The supramental transformation, the supramental evolution must carry with it a lifting of mind, life and body out of themselves into a greater way of being in which yet their own ways and powers would be, not suppressed or abolished, but perfected and fulfilled by the self-exceeding.

— Sri Aurobindo



Matter

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Material things are not to be despised -- without them there can be no manifestation in the material world.

— Sri Aurobindo



Transcend

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"Arise, transcend thyself. Thou art man and the whole nature of man is to become more than himself"

— Sri Aurobindo



Nature

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Hidden nature is secret God.

— Sri Aurobindo



Condition

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To be free from all egoistic motive, careful of truth in speech and action, void of self-will and self-assertion, watchful in all things, is the condition for being a flawless servant.

— Sri Aurobindo



India

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India of the ages is not dead nor has she spoken her last creative word; she lives and has still something to do for herself and the human peoples.

— Sri Aurobindo



Aim

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If it be true that spirit is involved in Matter and apparent Nature is secret God, then the manifestation in the divine in himself and the realization of God within and without are the highest and most legitimate aim possible to man on earth.

— Sri Aurobindo



Spirituality

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Spirituality is indeed the master key of the Indian mind; the sense of the infinitive is native to it.

— Sri Aurobindo