Sunday, April 25, 2010

Dr. Ramesh Bijlani's lecture on `The great adventure'

Sri Aurobindo Ashram: lecture on `The great adventure' by Dr. Ramesh Bijlani, Sri Aurobindo Marg 10 a.m.
Sri Aurobindo Society: Meeting, 5, Smith Rd., Anna Salai, 10-30 a.m.
Sri Aurobindo Devotees: Pushpanjali and prayers to Sri Annai, Sri Annai Meditation Centre, Kovaipudur, 4 p.m.; Sasi Balika Vidya Mandir, 9.30 a.m.
The Hindu : Engagements : Madurai Today
Sri Aravindar Annai Trust: Special collective meditation, TVS Community College, 8 Goods Shed Street, 10 a.m.

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "A thorough inquiry is a top priority":
"When a top functionary after three and half decades of stay says, “I decided to write about Sri Aurobindo, first, because I find him tremendously interesting,”...... the whole genesis of the book and the complicity of the present Ashram officials in it, therefore, is a top priority".

This is brilliant, intuitive, succinct and yet encapsulates the gist of all that need be said on this controversy. It bares all and is entirely convincing. This is the LAST WORD and clearly the best and most convincing one. Tusarji you have uttered the MANTRA that is the REVELATION. Posted by Anonymous to Savitri Era at
11:29 PM, April 24, 2010 [Sbc Internet Services ( Riverside, California, United States

There is nothing for me to justify; I have just stated the facts. You come to read and even care to comment because Sat-Heehs uses “abrasive language” and Ulrich Mohrhoff's “derisive comment.” Let’s face it; it is the man-bites-dog syndrome. We can’t hide anything from Sri Aurobindo; he knows it well. [TNM] Posted by Tusar N Mohapatra to Savitri Era Open Forum at 12:43 AM, April 04, 2010

Rest assured that the contest is meant exclusively for practitioners of Integral Yoga. During meditation you observe your consciousness soaring upwards. Here you measure how far it plumbs the depths. Like a vocalist one must be aware of one’s range. After all, 

“He who would bring the heavens here 
Must descend himself into clay 
And the burden of earthly nature bear 
And tread the dolorous way.”

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