March 24, 2011

Sri Aurobindo is clearly the most prominent modern exponent and interpreter

We will shine: transparent futures of consciousness 

MA Sherbon - 2011
J Gidley - 2011 -
MA Sherbon - 2011
... 2 When you understand how Steiner did his research, it is also not surprising that his description 
of the multi-layered human being, from the most material layer to the most spiritual layer is very 
similar to that given by renowned Indian master, Sri Aurobindo Ghose. ... 

Integral perspectives on school educational futures

J Gidley… - 2011 -
... Some significant twentieth century and contemporary writers other than ilber who were working 
from a substantially integral perspective include Rudolf Steiner, Michael Polanyi, Jean Gebser, 
Sri Aurobindo Ghose, Ervin L sl , Ashok Gangadean, and illiam Irwin Thompson. ... 

Giving hope back to our young people: Creating a new spiritual mythology for Western culture

J Gidley - Journal of Future Studies, 2011 -
... (Wilber 2000b; Wilber 2003) Wilber's use of the Page 3. 3 term 'integral' draws on the work 
of cultural –historian Jean Gebser who in turn drew inspiration from Sri Aurobindo Ghose 
who coined the term 'integral education' in India in the 1950s. ... 
... As a scholar of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881–1955) and Sri Aurobindo (1872–1950) 
she examines societal evolution, contemporary social inequalities, and defines an inclusive
futuristic vision of human reality in both cosmic and social contexts. ... 

Indian Psychology and the International Context 

AC Paranjpe - Psychology & Developing Societies, 2011 -
... hard work by D. Matthijs Cornelissen.4 It is particularly auspicious that the conference was organ
ised by Sri Aurobindo Ashram at Pondicherry, since Sri Aurobindo is clearly the most prominent 
modern exponent and interpreter of traditional Indian approaches to psychology. ...

A Dynamical View of the Personality in Evolution 

A Combs… - The Postconventional Personality: …, 2011 -
... Sri Aurobindo's fi (1971) writings, for instance, remind us again and again that the 
yogic transformation begins only when we acquire the ability to look down on the 
buzzing mechanistic mind from a position of dispassionate clarity. ...

... Sri Aurobindo Ghose considered, “This world is a vast unbroken totality, a deep solidarity joins 
its contrary powers.” The quintessential light of aetheric nature is also the Lightness of
Being.Aristotle again in Metaphysics,“Then comes the most difficult of all questions, whether ... 
... Also, the word “integral” harkens back to early 20th century Indian philosopher Sri Aurobindo's 
(1990) concept of Integral Yoga, which called for a transformation of consciousness and the
ever-evolving experience of reality that includes the physical, the emotional, and the ... 

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