- It takes into account the whole of reality as it reveals itself to the uplooking / inlooking human mind.
- It is also integrative as it leaves no grade of experience behind once another experience comes by. The lower is taken up and integrated into the higher, the smaller into the larger.
Sri Aurobindo did not arrive at his philosophy by a sudden revelation. His was a steady growth of consciousness with dimension adding itself to dimension. Though he started as an agnostic, he turned out to be a passionate minstrel of God, a prophet of the message of life divine for humans, a revolutionary who initiated radical departures from the established traditions not only in the sphere of politics and social structure, but also in the practice of spiritual life and philosophical thought. Sri Aurobindo's philosophy continues to shape the lives and minds of human beings in various ways, at different levels. SAKSI