Monday, June 06, 2011

The vision and work of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother by Manoj Pavitran

Capricorn (Makar) & the Manifest Divine · Vivekananda, Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet & Sri Aurob... Sri Aurobindo, Vivekananda and Voices of the Supra. ...
In July 1937, in answer to a question by K.D. Sethana on the connection between lives and work of Augustus Caesar and Leonardo da Vinci, Sri Aurobindo wrote: [...]
Service to thought is the noblest vocation, wrote Harold Lasky the British political thinker who had a profound influence on Jawaharlal Nehru as his teacher.
The vision and work of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother is brought out by Aurovilian Manoj Pavitran with assistance from friends and fellow-Aurovilians. Its release was organised in Auroville in February 2011. For online viewing of the
film: Adjust resolution to 260p if you have difficulty viewing. Gulati
Sathya Sai Baba: the Counterfeit Avatar Sunday, June 5, 2011 By Robert E. Wilkinson
India is the only nation in the world that can lay claim to a recurring history, eternally relevant and faithful to her ethos and cosmic culture, and the Vedic tradition of the Avatar is one of the most important symbols of her periodic renewal. […]
The process of human birth follows this very same principle with all life evolving from an original seed or embryo. The gestation of the human being occurs over a period of nine (9) months culminating with the birth of that which was originally involved. We find this same pattern of correspondences described in the Vishnu Purana in the form of the ‘Nine Creations’. And if we look at the Line of Ten Avatars within this context, we can easily see that the evolution of consciousness follows the same pattern. […]
Our expectations of the 9th Avatar are overwhelmingly realized in the person of Sri Aurobindo. 
Some years later, before his passing, Sri Aurobindo agreed to meet Shri K. S. ... Sri Aurobindo left this plane in December 1950; the Mother was then to ...
Note the following words—“presumably”, “does not seem”, “seems to have”, “may have”, “would have”. Is this history or guesswork?

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