Channel: People & Blogs Uploaded: May 19, 2007 at 4:31 pm Author: redliterocket4 Video Comments:
saswata98 (Sunday 4th of May 2008 11:52:18 PM)
Those who find no or almost no difference between Sri Aurobindo and the rest know nothing about his spirituality...
tonycolton (Sunday 20th of April 2008 12:02:48 PM)
hi there, it's great that you are reading, perhaps, one of the most amazing men of the 20th century-but I would like to know more about you - you seem quite advanced for one so young(or is that a disguise?)
sonasinghgill (Friday 15th of February 2008 08:34:55 PM)
yes, you touched something right.
Domsta333 (Tuesday 12th of February 2008 05:36:30 AM)
aurobindo is the best...i'm reading savitri, there's something incredible he's brought to us...I've read a life divine as well..great stuff and very deep...
rumple81 (Monday 4th of February 2008 07:21:26 AM)
Are practising integral yoga? I think aurobindo is amazing.
rumple81 (Friday 20th of July 2007 05:39:46 PM)
Very useful, I find Aurobindo very hard to understand at times. I have a deep interest in western psychopathology. Aurobindos work gives me a different perspective on that
spiritofnow (Thursday 28th of June 2007 12:20:44 PM)
Thanks for this video. Sri Aurobindo and the Mother are by far the most versatile and all-inclusive teachers I've found so far. They unite matter and Spirit as nobody else before them did, and their marvelous lack of religious or mythical distortion is a huge benefit to students. Of course we would expect nothing less of modern-day spiritual synthesizers.
SmileyIndian (Tuesday 26th of June 2007 04:10:44 PM)
Hi Folks, I feel that without the actual experience of the self, discussion of knowledge is invain. We just use the mind, which is an instrument of the spirit, to understand the spirit! This is why after pursuing Sri Aurobindo's writings a few years ago, I called out to the Universe and experienced my cosmic consciousness many times in the Art of Living courses run by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. Also found great clarity in the book, Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. Thx for this clip, though.