April 03, 2010

I find his jargon off-putting

Sri Aurobindo never met Ramakrishna Paramahansa in physical life but he did gain contact through the occult planes with the latter as is adduced from various written works. For example, Sri Aurobindo notes in his journal Record of Yoga ...
The Initial Development of the Mental Consciousness « Sri ... By sriaurobindostudies
Sri Aurobindo points out “In the human mind there is the first hope of understanding, discovery, a free comprehension; here we might seem to be coming to the possibility of self-knowledge and world-knowledge. But in fact our mind can at ...
Nonduality and Sri Aurobindo by M.Alan Kazlev uploaded 10 March 2010
Sri Aurobindo's teachings are sometimes described as nonduality (e.g. Integral Advaita) and he is sometimes referred to by proponents of nondual sp[irituality such as Ken Wilber (even if the latter doesn't understand him). But there is also an important difference that should not be understated.
Sri Aurobindo taught engagement in the word, through bringing down the Supermind - tho it's a misleading term, i find his jargon off-putting. It's not a mind, super or otherwise, and i don't even see it as being "above mind" (which was Sri Aurobindo's definition) ...
"Bijan Ghose cannot claim that the 1954 edition is ...": Well, you are wrong about the 1970 Edition. It is "God-touch" there. Everyone, you included, should check all the editions and be factually correct before writing here... and everyone should keep a minimum level of decency in their language! 
Can't the blog editor enforce decency of language that befits a serious discussion? Or is this blog meant for a slugging contest? Posted by Anonymous to Savitri Era Open Forum at 11:11 AM, April 03, 2010
Baburao has left a new comment on your post "Manoj Das Gupta, Dilip Dutta and Matriprasad carry...": Ah Tusarji, a thousand thanks to you! Now the truth about who is behind these malicious messages, writing and spreading them is out! Your Open Forum is open indeed! [...]
Tusarji, thank you for exposing these people. You are playing an important role in presenting both sides of the issues. Baburao Posted by Baburao to Savitri Era Open Forum at 10:58 AM, April 03, 2010
Rajesh Rao said... I am always deeply suspicious of anonymous messages, especially those which are full of allegations against particular individuals. It usually means there is little truth in them... Rajesh 10:08 AM, April 02, 2010 

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