Re: the holocaust of Prakriti by rjon on Wed 15 Nov 2006 01:22 PM PST Profile Permanent Link Dear RY Deshpande, Rakesh, & Debashish - Thank you for this inspiring dialogue. As I read through your last few posts describing the "holocaust of Prakriti, the Sacrifice of the Divine Mother" tears unexpectedly came to my eyes and I experienced a deep gratitude for the wonder of this opportunity She has given us to taste even a tiny bit of "the transforming ecstasy of her sublime Ananda ..." ~ ron
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alan kazlev Says: November 15th, 2006 at 3:26 pm My own experience is that by reading Sri Aurobindo and the Mother’s works, often a particular phrase or sentence or even several sentences will suddenly make a huge impression on me, a sense of profound spiritual truth. If I reread and muse over what is said there, I get a sort of feeling (probably not the right word) or quietude. If I go with this, it is much easier to meditate and aspire for the Supreme because the momentum is already there. This quietude I call The Mother and/or Sri Aurobindo’s presence. It is the transmission, the shakti, of their teaching and their spiritual Revelation. That is what I mean about using words as gateways for the Soul. 11:22 AM
I just came across these superb summaries of Sri Aurobindo's epic poem "Savitri." This is Part I of two parts. ~ ron "Savitri" - Canto by Canto Summaries (Part I Books I - III) by rjon on Wed 15 Nov 2006 01:46 PM PST Permanent Link Integral Yoga Community - On-line Groups Savitri: Summaries (Part I) The following are the canto-wise summaries co-authored by Dave Hutchinson and Will Moss. All summaries up to the canto being read currently are listed.
Next: "Savitri" - Canto by Canto Summaries (Part II Books IV - VIII) by rjon on November 15, 2006 01:52PM (PST) Part 1 was, after the two introductory cantos which set up the central conflict of Savitri, the story of Aswapati, the Traveller of the Worlds, who explores all the levels of Consciousness and beyond, and calls down the Missioned Soul, Savitri. ... more »