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Realization of God according to Sri Aurobindo

George Nedumpalakunnel

Realization of God according to Sri Aurobindo

a study of a neo-Hindu vision on the divinization of man

by George Nedumpalakunnel

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Published by Claretian Publications in Bangalore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ghose, Aurobindo, 1872-1950.,
  • Spiritual life -- Hinduism -- History.,
  • God -- Hinduism -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGeorge Nedumpalakunnel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL1228 .N42
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 308 p. ;
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4081963M
    LC Control Number79907535

    According to Sri Aurobindo, super mind is a state of consciousness. One can acquire it gradually. After acquiring it, one must use it for transforming his entire being, his body, mind and soul which one attains through the super mind; he becomes a superman, a ‗jnani‘ or Gnostic at our own plane of being. Sri Aurobindo finds that there has always been impulse or longings in humans in search for God, Light, Bliss, Freedom, Immortality which has presented itself in a right place in a sequence, which Nature is seeking to evolve beyond mind. This sequence on one end which depicts Life is already involved in Matter (or Matter a form of veiled life, i.e. life being evolved out of matter) and mind .

    by Karmayogi. Ap In his book The Life Divine Sri Aurobindo outlines his theory of basic assumptions are, The creator is an Omnipresent Reality, Eternal and Infinite; In pursuit of Delight, the creator created the universe in which he concealed himself, so that he would have the joy of discovery. The book enlightens the different processes of Sri Aurobindo's conception of the spiritual evolution. Dr. Karan Singh writes about it as "According to this theory, creation began when a part of the supreme, Unconditioned and Absolute Reality plunged into .

    * Shankar's followers disagree. According to Sri Aurobindo, God is one and many at the same time--they may say, "a logical contradiction". So is Maya--true and false at the same time. That also is a logical contradiction. power. realization -- according to Sri Aurobindo the Black Dragon lashing out with its tail in an effort to swipe away the spiritual gain. "My physical organism suffered a defeat such as it had not known.


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Realization of God according to Sri Aurobindo by George Nedumpalakunnel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sri Aurobindo taught that one could evolve physically as well as spiritually. As the subsequent dialogue reveals, Sri Aurobindo maintained that when one evolved into this state, physical immortality was attained. M: Self-knowledge can shine very well in the human body, so there is no need of any other body.

Realization of God according to Sri Aurobindo. Bangalore: Claretian Publications, (OCoLC) Named Person: Aurobindo Ghose; Aurobindo Ghose: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Nedumpalakunnel.

Sri Aurobindo (born Aurobindo Ghose; 15 August – 5 December ) was an Indian philosopher, yogi, guru, poet, and nationalist. He joined the Indian movement for independence from British rule, for a while was one of its influential leaders and then became a spiritual reformer, introducing his visions on human progress and spiritual mater: University of Cambridge.

The need for Human Unity is the deepest spiritual needs which makes it almost a future necessity and yet the way to it is fraught by many dangers given the complexity of the present nature of humanity. - Sri Aurobindo.

But the most important part of the book is Sri Aurobindo’s luminous exposition of the yogic synthesis of the Gita, the triune path of Love, Knowledge and Works and its Gospel of Surrender.

Sri Aurobindo brings out the balanced approach of Gita to the triune path, making knowledge and works the foundation of love and devotion to God, Bhakthi.

The Hour of God. “The pieces collected together in this book were written by Sri Aurobindo between and None of them were published during his lifetime; none received the final revision he gave to his major works.

Most of the pieces were first printed in various journals published by the Ashram, and subsequently in the different editions of The Hour of God. Ebook Sri Aurobindo's complete letters on yoga, different spiritual paths and foundations of integral yoga.

(Free ebook: epub, kindle, pdf) by Auro e-Books. The Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo in one PDF. Here onyou can find all the works of the Indian scholar, yogi, revolutionary and mystic Sri Aurobindo. Some years ago I started uploading the 35 volumes, every single book in a single file.

God, according to Sri Aurobindo, is not a moral postulate. Here he differs from Kant who demonstrates God as a moral necessity. Sri Aurobindo, like the author of Bhagwad Gita, takes morality as a divine necessity. Morality, according to Sri Aurobindo. To read Sri Aurobindo is to experience the consciousness that lies at the heart of the Truth of existence.

Nobel Laureate Roman Rolland said: “Sri Aurobindo (is) the foremost of thinkers, who has realized the most complete synthesis between the genius of the West and the East ”Here are a few enlightening books that can help bridge the gap between life and the.

By the simple fact that this book was written by Sri Aurobindo, One of the Greatest being of our time since the ancient Indian Seers years ago. He rediscovered the hidden truth of their work and expressed the Synthesis of all Religions and Philosophies, embracing them in their totality as being necessary part of the Evolution of s: Though freedom, equality and unity, according to Sri Aurobindo, are the very nature of the soul, unity cannot be equated with fraternity except by the intuition of the ‘fatherhood’ of God.

Thus the concept of a religion of humanity demands the acceptance of the ‘fatherhood of God. According to Sri Aurobindo the spiritual paradigm of Indian philosophy was about keeping on moving on the path of self enquiry and this perpetual momentum of thoughts was the crux of our ever evolving civilization.

But unfortunately by giving up this impulse, a sense of inertia has deeply overpowered Indian society, which played a significant. The book draws mainly from the teachings of the Author's master Sri Aurobindo.A write-up on Sri Aurobindo follows.

Sri Aurobindo (Aurobindo Ghose) (Bengali: Sri à robindo) (15 August 5 December ) was an Indian nationalist and freedom fighter, major Indian English poet, philosopher, and joined the movement for India's freedom Reviews: 1.

Realization of God According to Sri Aurobindo: A Study of a Neo-Hindu Vision on the Divinization - Page by George Nedumpalakunnel - - pagesAurobindo's teaching on the supramental realization of God expresses itself, As a result, we subsume his vision of supramental realization of God in the Snippet view - About this Book.

Sri Aurobindo — Philosopher, Nationalist, Spiritual Leader. TRANSCEND MEMBERS, 4 May Ravi P Bhatia – TRANSCEND Media Service.

A philosopher, a yogi, a linguist, a nationalist, a writer, a poet and a recognised spiritual person, these are some of the qualities of a person named Aurobindo () who was born in Calcutta, Bengal and died in the. The books by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother explain the concepts of the shape of the world and man in future.

This change requires significant transformation in the mind and consciousness of the present mankind. Man himself has to participate in this process of transformation to the next stage of human evolution. In this way by holding on to the safety railing of smaller truths, and shunning all falsehoods, sadhaks can ultimately attain to God-realization.

Now as Sri Aurobindo himself has pointed out (see the quote below his picture above) there can be some exceptional circumstances in which it may be helpful to know about past lives. God-Realisation -- Self-Realisation. What is Self-realization. Self-realization means self-discovery in the highest sense of the term.

One realizes one's oneness with God consciously. Now you have studied books and people have also told you that God is in everybody. But you have not realized God in your conscious g: Sri Aurobindo. which Sri Aurobindo brought down into the earth atmosphere and which will divinize mind, life and body creating Divine Life here on earth.

6 Sat - Existence, Chit - Consciousness, Ananda - Bliss body or, for the establishment of the Supramental Consciousness5 in the transformed mind, vital and body. According to the Decree and Will of the Divine.

In his formative years, Aurobindo surmised that the oppression of Indian thought by the ruling British had deleterious effects on it.

He thus became a revolutionary in Calcutta, working against the British rulers. Four years before Gandhi started political revolution in India, Sri Aurobindo had spent time in Alipore jail in the yearcharged with sedition and conspiracy.By Sri Aurobindo () We may according to our prepossessions accept it as the fruit of ancient psychological experience always renewable and verifiable and therefore true or dismiss it as a philosophical dogma and ingenious speculation; but in either case the doctrine, even as it is in all appearance well-nigh as old as human thought.

Although he was a Hindu scholar, Aurobindo'saim was not to develop any religion but rather to promote an inner self-development by which each human being can perceive the oneness in all and achieve an elevated consciousness that will externalize the god-like attributes in a man.