Friday, June 29, 2007

The cells themselves turning towards the Divine Presence and doing their best to evolve

Yoga of the cells by Bhaga Human evolution is not only of the spirit, according to Sri Aurobindo and the Mother; it integrates all levels, including the physical. For the last two decades of her life, the Mother experimented with her own body cells to manifest a new consciousness in and through them. Groups of cells in the Mother’s body had not only awakened but were starting, independent of her, their own yoga Life Positive Apr - Jun 2004
Sri Aurobindo’s and the Mother’s best known and most read books do not give the full measure of what their evolutive work for the earth has been. Apart from both the intellectually challenging as well as the down-to-earth modes of communicaton employed by them, there is an immensely vast and deep work both these pioneers of conscious evolution quietly accomplished for decades, secretly preparing in their own being the divine future of humanity right here upon earth.
What is truly important about Sri Aurobindo and the Mother isn’t really any ashram or future township, however great those might be. If those are to any extent successful, it is thanks to the decisive evolutive victories their founders had won for the earth, which are still mostly unknown and unspoken of. Their books by themselves are extremely helpful, but they aren’t the most important things either. They could as well not have written a single line about anything, nor spoken a word to anyone about the evolutive changes that were taking place in them, and still, their true contribution to the earth’s evolution would have happened just the same. That is the only important fact.
Supramental seed
To grasp the magnitude of what Sri Aurobindo and the Mother accomplished, one must first understand that for a true ‘Life Divine’ upon earth to become realised in its completeness, not only our thoughts and emotions have to be gradually replaced by their divine equivalent, but our body too must undergo the same kind of transformation.Only the Power (that is, the Consciousness), which is beyond the Mind, can effect such a transformation of a first body, in the way it must be effected, if it is to have the needed influence on other bodies. The transformative action must be effected by awakening the usually obscure consciousnesses of individual body cells.
Only the ‘supramental’ consciousness-force, as Sri Aurobindo and the Mother called it, is able to do that in the required way, by awakening in matter, including in the biological matter of our body cells, the same supramental power which as a ‘seed’ has been lying dormant since the beginning of evolution. In previous stages of evolution, it had been first the ‘seed’ of the life power, and then that of the mind power, which had awakened one after the other in their respective ‘season’. The former had given birth to the myriad plants and animals that express life power; the latter gave birth to the human being, endowed with the form and the ‘improved biological equipment’ required for emitting and receiving that mind power better than other existing species. This new species was meant to express the mental consciousness to its fullest potential.
For the first two evolutive ‘seeds’ to be activated, a tremendously long time had been necessary because there couldn’t be any conscious participation from anything existing yet on earth in this evolutive process. But now, the human species, thanks to its mind power, was able to discover that there was such a process of ‘evolution’: that’s what Darwin did. Even better, a human being was able to discover evolution’s spiritual laws and deliberately hasten the process: that’s what Sri Aurobindo did. Such a feat couldn’t have been done by the mere power of the mind.
Dark resistance
To hasten the advent of the supramental consciousness-force upon earth, one had first to become aware that such a power existed, far above the highest spiritual regions traditional spirituality had explored and conquered. Then, after one would have become able to stand the intensity of the vibrations of that higher power, one had to find the way to gradually pull down this consciousness-force towards the earth, until it would penetrate the very substance of earth. A tremendous task.
This is what Sri Aurobindo set out to achieve, but although the results were promising, they were slow because of the unconscious but ancient and strong resistances in human beings and in matter itself. He persevered, digging deeper in the dark layers of the collective subconscious. His poems of that time tell of the potent inner victories, but also of the terrible dark forces to be faced.
In spite of the serious setbacks that the two World Wars represented, with those very same dark forces behind them, Sri Aurobindo and the Mother’s inner influence finally prevailed. Secretly helped and inspired by them (which is usually not known), the Allies won, not that they were perfect, far from it, but at least on the basis of their relative sincerity of purpose, evolution could go on. Nazism would have meant a return to the most demoniac barbarity, and the true new step in evolution (not the one Hitler spoke about!) would have been greatly delayed.
After World War II had been won, Sri Aurobindo realised that the only way to get the supramental to finish descending was to do it from outside the physical plane, from behind the scenes, as it were. So on December 5, 1950, he deliberately left his physical body, transmitting to the Mother’s body all the supramental energy his own had accumulated.
Step forward
This ‘strategy’ did hasten the descent—hardly a few years later, on February 29, 1956, the Mother saw inwardly the moment when the supramental forces started at last pouring down in an irresistible flow and entering the earth’s atmosphere and substance. Since then, it has been a date celebrated every leap year in the Pondicherry Ashram, Auroville and all related places as the anniversary of the ‘Supramental Manifestation upon Earth’, as the Mother called it. This is what Sri Aurobindo’s most specific gift to the earth has been, which humanity one day will be grateful about, for it laid the necessary basis for a whole new evolutive step to begin.Then started the Mother’s own specific contribution.
First, the human body had to somehow learn how to make itself receptive to the new force, and how to function with this new energy instead of the ordinary physical, vital and mental energies a human body normally functions with. Another tremendous task. It is for this nearly impossible mission that the Mother had accepted to stay on in her physical body when Sri Aurobindo saw that he would have to leave his own. He had explained to the Mother that only her body, because of the most remarkable endurance it was endowed with, would be able to bear the enormously difficult (and often painful) process of this beginning of transformation that had to be attempted once the supramental would be there. “Your body is indispensable for the Work. Without your body the Work cannot be done,” Sri Aurobindo said to the Mother.
the Mother’s experiments
Over the next almost two decades, the Mother (and her body-cells!) gradually discovered for humanity the transformative process that one day will culminate in the first fully supramentalised body. These experiments are chronicled in the 13 incredible volumes of The Mother’s Agenda, the invaluable and moving document transcribed by Satprem, a French disciple, from the recorded bi-weekly conversations he had during most of those years with the Mother. In these, she confided some of what was increasingly happening in her body—groups of cells here and there, not only awakening but also starting, independently from her, their own yoga.
When the Mother, after 1956, begins to speak of “the yoga of the cells”, she doesn’t mean simply herself doing the yoga at the cellular level, but this mind-blowing new phenomenon of the cells themselves turning towards the Divine Presence and doing their best to evolve towards a divine life.This fantastic document is a must-read for those interested in the future of our human body and of the planet. Satprem later also published The Mind of the Cells, an introductory book to The Mother’s Agenda, written around chosen extracts from those 13 volumes. One can start with this book indeed with great profit, but only the Agenda can give the full scope of what the Mother went through in order to secure an easier way for those who would follow in her and Sri Aurobindo’s tracks.One of the happiest discoveries made by the Mother concerned the capacity that her own body cells had over the years acquired to receive in the right way the new energy. Moreover, she found that this capacity was ‘contagious’! That is, it could be passed on to cells in other bodies almost automatically, if there was in the other body the needed receptivity, and this without the other person consciously knowing it, at least until a certain point.
The Mother observed this phenomenon many times, long before she left her body on November 17, 1973. This ‘contagion’ was a most wonderful way, seemingly built-in within the cells, through which nature had insured that a new way of functioning, once effectively learned by enough cells in one body, could then be passed on to other bodies much more rapidly than if the cells in each body would have to learn it from scratch, like the very first cells in the first body had had to at the beginning.
Cutting-edge science
Readers with a scientific background might find all this strangely reminiscent of the discoveries made only two decades ago by British scientist Rupert Sheldrake, about similar phenomena observed in the behaviour of animals and even in chemical substances. Sheldrake has proposed the theory of ‘morphic resonance’ as “the basis of memory in nature...the idea of mysterious telepathy-type interconnections between organisms and of collective memories within species”. This is not the only instance when the Mother’s direct observation of what was going on in the tiny consciousness of her body cells has received indirect confirmation from scientific quarters. Already in the Agenda, the Mother describes visions she had of Sri Aurobindo or herself secretly collaborating with scientists here and there, who were actually (and unknowingly) inspired by the New Consciousness.
In a short article like this one, it is not possible to give several precise examples, but I will just mention some of the topics of research which happen to have become the ‘hottest’ in science lately—DNA, the human genome, biophotons. Is it surprising that they all have to do with cells? They also have to do with cellular consciousness, of course, but not many of the scientists involved suspect that yet. A new consciousnessAll of us have to be aware that the needed transformation of our body will not happen mainly through genetic manipulation from outside, but rather from within, in the way foreseen by Sri Aurobindo and described in his last piece of writing, The Supramental Manifestation upon Earth (1949), the only thing he cared to work upon before he left his body, besides his vast epic poem Savitri, which he considered his true legacy to the world. In Savitri, the Mother was to find endless indications and confirmations of her own experiences at the cellular level. But in Book III Canto Four, one finds also a promising prophetic passage, part of a vision of the future of the earth by one of the main characters. From that passage, I quote a few lines:
‘Forerunners of a divine multitude, (...)
I saw them cross the twilight of an age,
The sun-eyed children of a marvellous dawn’...
In the Agenda itself, which the Mother subtitled ‘Agenda of the Supramental Action upon Earth’, she speaks several times from 1965 on of ‘the new children’, that is, newborn children in whom she could see a consciousness much more awake than in earlier babies. For her, this was one more sign of this ‘supramental action’ she could perceive behind many events in the world. It seems, from certain astonishing scientific reports, that some of the recently born children already have a slightly modified DNA.
What about the adults from the previous generations?
Seeing the emphasis that our collective mind, especially in the West, is putting nowadays on the body and its health, the importance that the concept of ‘fitness’ has acquired, the participation which many people now expect in their dealings with their doctors, the right they insist they have to seek alternative, non-invasive therapies whenever possible, one can easily guess that not only all this is due to the influence of the supramental, but that this new consciousness-force is at the same time taking advantage of it all for secretly helping our cells too to change their ways.This is exactly what has started happening, quite unexpectedly, in the body of this researcher, about 25 years ago; and later I discovered in some of the books I was acquiring (for the specialised library of the research-unit I had been able to start in Auroville, the ‘Laboratory of Evolution’), that here and there in the world, some other individuals, a number of them not knowing anything of Sri Aurobindo or the Mother, were also suddenly becoming conscious of their body cells and starting to work with them.
What I have personally witnessed since about a decade is a totally new, spontaneous interest in the cleaning of cellular memory, as proposed in workshops by other people in the West. Better still, since a few years there is also an interest in the consciousness of cells, and how to help it awaken gradually to its own divine potential: the workshop on this topic which I had been asked to put together first in Auroville, based on Sri Aurobindo and the Mother’s own advice, is somehow becoming known elsewhere too. I am being invited to various parts of France, Europe, the Americas and recently for the first time in India (outside Auroville), by people wanting to know and experience something about that whole new field of exploration, and integrate it into their overall evolutive effort. This is definitely a most encouraging sign about the on-going supramental action upon earth! May our gratitude go to the two pioneers who made all this possible, as well as all which will continue to unfold.
Bhaga, a Frenchwoman, discovered the writings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother in 1971 and immediately started practising Integral Yoga. In 1972, she joined Auroville where in 1985 she started the Laboratory of Evolution, a resource and research centre on evolution, and its twin unit, the Centre for Human Unity. There the research she had been doing on her own for years found its collective usefulness. Life Positive Apr - Jun 2004

Thursday, June 28, 2007

The relics are often like a flame that is looking for a human wick

The following is a response by Dr. Mangesh Nadkarni (Nadkarni ji) to a letter written by Ameeta Mehra seeking answers to questions regarding the impact of Relics on the larger collective atmosphere. gnostic centre
Dear Ameeta:
Before turning to the questions you have raised, I would like to make a couple of general observations:
Relics are an important aspect of the tradition of Buddhism, of some denominations of Christianity, and of many other personal belief systems. In Hinduism the veneration of relics as found in Christianity and Buddhism is largely absent. Islam has had a cult of relics associated with its founder and with saints, but the use of relics has had no official sanction in this religion. Neither Sri Aurobindo nor the Mother have spoken or written anything about relics, except what we gather from Champaklal in the Gujerati version of his personal memoirs entitled Champaklalna Sansmarano, (1987). That brief passage, on page 189, translated into English, reads as follows:
Mother never approved the worship of anyone’s picture or photograph. In childhood I was attracted by the Arya Samaj. Seeing the Arya Samajists worship Dayanand I used to wonder what was the difference in their opposing the worship of idols but themselves worshipping a photograph! The same question used to arise in me regarding the photos of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. But later, the Mother explained to me that this too does have a place and necessity. I was also against the opening of centres and the installing of relics but the Mother explained to me their necessity. Of course, nothing is done in the right perspective; but what can be done about that? 1
Now to turn to your questions.
All shrines and spiritual places have an impact....In that regard, what would be the special impact or effect of Sri Aurobindo’s relics on the collective atmosphere and life of the surrounding area, for example, in Gurgaon, which is next to the Gnostic Centre area?
The relics contain the supramental consciousness of Sri Aurobindo. How does one explain their importance and influence in the subtle and gross atmosphere to the lay person, who does not understand what the supramental consciousness is?
Now first of all, I thank you for not asking me whether the relics have any effect on human affairs. If we are believers, they do have an effect but we can never prove this to the satisfaction of non-believers. Both of us believe that they have an impact on the humans and their surroundings.
If the relics will have a “special impact or effect” it has to be attributed to what distinguishes Sri Aurobindo from all other saints and men of God – namely, that he realised in his own body the supramental consciousness. But the difficulty arises precisely here. For it is difficult for the mind to understand, leave alone to foresee what the supramental consciousness will do. Let me quote what Sri Aurobindo himself has said about this:
…what we propose just now is not to make the earth a supramental world but to bring down the supramental as a power and established consciousness in the midst of the rest – to let it work there and fulfil itself as Mind descended into Life and Matter has worked as a Power there to fulfil itself in the midst of the rest. This will be enough to change the world and to change Nature by breaking down her present limits. But what, how, by what degrees it will do it, is a thing that ought not to be said now – when the Light is there, the Light will itself do its work – when the supramental Will stands on earth, that will decide, It will establish a perfection, a harmony, a Truth-creation – for the rest, well, it will be the rest – that is all. 2
In this passage Sri Aurobindo states clearly that when the Supramental Will is here on earth, it will decide how to act. But even if we have hints of what impact the supramental may have, how does one explain it to a lay person? How does one make such a person understand what benefits may accrue from the presence of the supramental consciousness enshrined in his township? I will try to find an answer to your questions but I caution you that my attempt is going to involve tight-rope walking all the way and it may also prove to be a case of the blind leading the blind. But I must do what I can.
Most religions and races make a great effort to preserve with the utmost care the bodies of their holy men, to give them a burial consistent with the greatness and sanctity of the person and make it accessible to coming generations. In all countries where such practices obtain, there is a consensus of opinion that unusual and scientifically unexplainable things happen at or near these tombs, samadhis, graves, mausoleums, and stupas.
While it is possible to dismiss these occurrences as imaginary or as the results of chance, the weight of evidence over several centuries suggests that in these places some force or forces are at work, though science has yet to identify them. If science prefers to stop at this barrier because of its belief system, let it, but we have a different belief system and have no qualms about crossing it. Let me begin by quoting a few lines from Nirodbaran’s article “Relics”:
She (the Mother) has said that each and every molecule of Sri Aurobindo’s body was filled with Supramental Consciousness. We know that his body was glowing with Supramental Light as soon as he left it. That consciousness is not a mortal thing which ceases with the death of the physical body. If that is to be, then we wouldn’t feel such extraordinary power and strength when we touch the Samadhi [Sri Aurobindo’s Samadhi at Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry].
We have learnt that wherever the Relics are enshrined, there dwell such peace and tranquillity. Therefore, the Relics are not a mere memento. Relics are the living presence of Sri Aurobindo and imbued with the light and force of his lifelong sadhana, just as an atom contains an infinite power in itself – this is the truth behind the Relics. To always keep alive that truth and give due respect to it is what the Relics demand of us. 3
Although I don’t discount the possibility of material benefits accruing from the enshrinement of Sri Aurobindo’s relics at the Gnostic Centre to the people living in the surrounding areas, I am inclined to believe that the greatest benefit to them would be spiritual. The fullest perfection of human life here on earth being the goal of Sri Aurobindo’s spiritual mission, this spiritual benefit would not exclude any of the other benefits, material, emotional, mental or psychic.
For one thing, wherever Sri Aurobindo’s relics are enshrined and cherished, peace and tranquillity begin to dwell in the surrounding areas. It is believed by some people that the political tension and the pall of fear palpably felt in Punjab began to lift soon after the relics of Sri Aurobindo were installed in Patiala on 4 April, 1992. Most political observers would vouch for the waning of the fear-complex in Punjab from that time.
A second spiritual benefit of the enshrinement of the relics would be that people living in that area would find it more easy to evolve from the Ignorance towards the Light, and to organise their existence according to it. Whether this statement would be greeted by the people concerned with great jubilation or with uncomprehending bafflement is difficult for me to judge. That is the state of humanity today, which regards spirituality as little more than an investment in God as security against bad times.
As we all know, Sri Aurobindo has charted the grades of consciousness between the mind and the supermind. Until there is support from the presence of the supramental power, these intermediary grades of consciousness, realised by some of our enlightened and spiritually advanced people, can act only as influences (the highest of them as very indirect influences) on the human mind and consciousness and cannot do more. That is why the war between the good and the bad that is raging in the theatre of the human heart seems to be unending and the final outcome so uncertain. This will change as the supramental consciousness begins to act. . Let me put this in Sri Aurobindo’s own words:
An organised higher human consciousness could appear or several degrees of it, with the supermind-organised consciousness as the leader at the top influencing the others and drawing them towards itself. It is likely that as the supramental principle evolved itself the evolution would more and more take on another aspect – the Daivic nature would predominate, the Asuro-rakshaso-Pishachic which now holds so large a place would more and more recede and lose its power. A principle of greater unity, harmony and light would emerge everywhere. It is not that the creation in the Ignorance would be altogether abolished, but it would begin to lose much of its elements of pain and falsehood and would be more a progression from lesser to higher Truth, from a lesser to a higher harmony, from a lesser to a higher Light, than the reign of chaos and struggle, of darkness and error that we now perceive. 4
Sri Aurobindo is saying that with the advent of the supermind, the world will gradually grow more Sattwic. There will be more unity, harmony and light. There will be less pain and suffering, confusion and strife.
In your questions you have identified Gurgaon, which is next to the Gnostic Centre area, as the location likely to be influenced by the enshrinement of the Relics. I prefer to see the relics enshrined at the Gnostic centre as belonging to Delhi, the capital of India. We have already two other centres in Delhi which have enshrinements of Sri Aurobindo’s relics – one is Sri Aurobindo Ashram, New Delhi, near Hauz Khas, and other is at the Sri Aurobindo Society centre at Adhchini. Delhi has been known as the seat of Mogul, then of British and now of Indian rule. Therefore Delhi has always been seen as a hub of Indian politics and administration, and also of intellectual and artistic life. The three enshrinements of Sri Aurobindo’s Relics in Delhi provide it what it needs most without realising it – the spiritual presence of Sri Aurobindo.
Before I close, I would like to add one more word. The relics when enshrined may act by themselves and bring about the greatest of changes in the life of the people if that is the Divine will; Divine Grace needs no human direction to act. But more often than not, the Divine Grace acts in a different way. Relics more often than not act like a spark of the Divine energy and will, which can lessen and fade if not fanned properly by the breath of human aspiration. The relics of Sri Aurobindo have gone to many places in India and even abroad, and not in all places have their effects been evident.
The relics are often like a flame that is looking for a human wick which can bear it and spread the light around. If such a support is not forthcoming, then the relics are not guaranteed to give us the results we anticipate. God is much more than a mere magician, his greatest concern is the growth of the human consciousness. God has to manifest here in each individual being his plenary consciousness and its glories and perfections. Therefore man has to be prepared to do his bit; otherwise as Sri Aurobindo puts it while describing the dawn in the opening canto of Savitri,
Then the divine afflatus, spent, withdrew,
Unwanted, fading from the mortal range. 5
With best wishes, Mangesh Nadkarni
Puducherry, 31 May 2007
1 I am grateful to Bob Zwicker of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Archives and Library for this reference
2 Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga, SABCL vol.23, p.13, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry
3 In Nirodbaran: Divinity’s Comrade, edited by Hemant Kapoor, pp.216-17
4 The Integral Yoga: Sri Aurobindo’s Teaching and Method of Practice, compliled by Sri Aurobindo Ashram Archives and Research Library, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1993. pp.73-74
5 Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, 1993 ed., p.5

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

There are some other integral yoga related blogs out there

Re: 15: Juxtaposition of rationalistic & poetic by RY Deshpande on Sun 24 Jun 2007 07:15 AM PDT Profile Permanent Link Dear Deba Thanks, but about your Life Divine sessions: your timings are rather inconvenient for us here, for live participation. But I have a suggestion. It will be good if you can post a summary, say in about 800-1000 words, every week, covering the topic and the discussion of that Thursday. For these postings you can supply the skype/sciy link also. These postings as Arguments can come in the category of articles which will be easy to track and follow later on. Please consider, and thanks. RYD
by Debashish on Sun 24 Jun 2007 01:30 PM PDT Profile Permanent Link Better still, if someone could transcribe the LD sessions and put the text on sciy along with the source passages. Any volunteers? DB
by Rich on Mon 25 Jun 2007 09:24 AM PDT Profile Permanent Link Having just returned from the AUM and the emphasis of a wider community. I think it essential to open more themes such as suggested by RYD for SCIY and open the forum up for a greater audience participation. We may all do a skype call to discuss this as I think we can do a conference call via skype. One problem I know is that some folks are either not comfortable or dislike the virtual environment, if not immediately then over time it happens. While there is nothing specific we can do to address this issue We should be aware of this aspect of virtual environments. However, that said there is simply no other way to open this up regularly to a larger audience but via the web. Since there are some other integral yoga related blogs out there, it may also be a consideration to network conversations, and posting among us rich
by RY Deshpande on Tue 26 Jun 2007 04:21 AM PDT Profile Permanent Link Rich, What about posting some of the really important technical highlights of the aum? These will be intersting, if you are not already planning. and thanks RYD
by Rich on Wed 27 Jun 2007 08:59 AM PDT Profile Permanent Link Hi RYD, I just got back today, but yes this is something I will do over the next few days. I still hope we can set up a Skype call between several of us, in which we can discuss future directions for SCIY best Rich

A profoundly elevating experience of song

At the beginning of last year, I attempted what seems in hindsight a pretty brazen task - to learn a 224 line song written in Bengali (a language I cant exactly claim fluency, or even competence, in) in the space of one single day! The song, titled Dyulok chariye nara narayan, is a profoundly elevating experience of song, the words of which come from a poem my teacher, Sri Chinmoy wrote when thirteen years of age (roughly around the time that photo on the left was taken). The poem was written for his spiritual Master, Sri Aurobindo (right), in time for his birthday on August 15, 1945.
Fifty years later, in 1995, Sri Chinmoy set the entire poem to music in the form of this song. I began learning the song at 7 a.m. armed with a recording sung by my friend Hiyamallar from California, only to retire five hours later with a severe bout of head-spinning, and not a lot to show for my efforts! But at least it was a start; I kept learning it for a while. My name is Shane, and I hail from Dublin, Ireland. Posted June 25, 2007

Friday, June 22, 2007

Auroville Matrimandir

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