March 12, 2006

Change and Transformation

Why Change?
The Human Aspiration (Sri Aurobindo) The first chapter of The Life Divine, highlighting the close link between the urge for progress in the individual and the large movements of the evolution of consciousness in Nature.
The Science of Living (The Mother) A passage from The Mother in which she explains that on the quality of your aim depends the quality of your life.
The Object of Integral Yoga (Sri Aurobindo) A selection from Sri Aurobindo's Letters on Yoga describing the obejct of Integral Yoga.
The Riddle of This World (Sri Aurobindo) A letter about pain and suffering and their role in the evolution.
Delight of Existence: The Problem (Sri Aurobindo) Book I, Chapter XI of The Life Divine on the origin of pain and suffering in a world of Delight.
Narad's Reply (Sri Aurobindo) A passage from Sri Aurobindo's Savitri about the problem of pain.
The Process of Transformation
Sri Aurobindo's Teaching and Method of Sadhana (Sri Aurobindo) A letter explaining the difference between Sri Aurobindo's yoga and other paths.
Aspiration and Grace (Sri Aurobindo) The first three chapters of Sri Aurobindo's booklet The Mother, indicating the inner gestures needed to effect the triple transformation.
To Dwell in the Psychic (The Mother) A text by the Mother on the experience of living in the psychic being.
The Triple Transformation (Sri Aurobindo) One of the most important chapters of The Life Divine, explaining the basic processes involved in the psychic, spiritual and supramental transformation.

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