An Analysis of Sri Aurobindo's - Page xi - Roy Posner - Full view How can one truly grasp Sri Aurobindo's ideas and insights if one has had not personally had such experiences: if one has not grappled with those forces, powers, dimensions, and planes in one's own life? Again, Sri Aurobindo provides no... It is as if the Infinite consciousness and Reality broadcast knowledge vibrations of Itself -- explaining its own nature, makeup, processes, intentions, et al -- and Sri Aurobindo had the inner antennae to lock into these signals.
Sri Aurobindo - Jesse Roarke - 1973 - 189 pages - For whatever his philosophical grasp, Sri Aurobindo is not just a thinker, and whatever his power and wealth of expression he is not just a literary man. He is in fact not just a man at all, and really to read him one must be willing, ...
Sociology, ideology, and utopia: socio-political philosophy of ... - Page 46 - Debi Prasad Chattopadhyaya - 1997 - 236 pages - Preview Another important point on which I differ from Sri Aurobindo pertains to socialism. His criticism of Marxism, at least its academic part, is understandable. But his harsh strictures against socialism in its general sense seems ... More editions
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Where I differ from Aurobindo is that I see separatism, egotism and selfishness as mere modes of ego personality functioning. The ego personality is not limited to this one mode -- wrong functioning. It also has healthy and normal ways ...
The yogi and the mystic: a study in the spirituality of Sri ... - Jan Feys - 1977 - 371 pages - Here Teilhard is in clear disagreement with Sri Aurobindo. True, he too rejects egoism, but only to replace it by altruism. To Sri Aurobindo this is of course but a hidden form of the same ego-centered consciousness.
The philosophy of evolution in Sri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin Jan Feys - 1973 - 276 pages - Yet, Teilhard could have crossed Aurobindo's path. For he landed in
Bombay in September 1935 on a
scientific expedition which brought him to Kashmir and the Narbada valley, till
he left India from in December of
the same year. Calcutta
T.V. Kapali Sastri - R. Balasubramanian, Prema Nandakumar - 1998 - 126 pages - In his concluding observation, while recording his disagreement with Sri Aurobindo, Mahadevan admires the significant contribution made by him.62 There is nothing incongruous or absurd in Sankara's interpretation of the Upanisads ...
Psychotherapy and Spirit: Theory and Practice in Transpersonal ... - Page 80 - Brant Cortright - 1997 - 257 pages - Preview Though Wilber has stated that he has little disagreement with Aurobindo, his model is fundamentally at odds with the vision of spiritual reality articulated by Sri Aurobindo. From the standpoint of Aurobindo's integral philosophy, ...
Mother India: monthly review of culture: Volume 25 - Sri Aurobindo Ashram - 1973 - Whether we agree or disagree with Sri Aurobindo, the point worth stressing is that Sri Aurobindo was aware of these momentous issues even while he was absorbed in his retreat at
The Spirituality of the Future: A Search Apropos of R. C. ... - Page 76 - Kaikhushru Dhunjibhoy Sethna - 1981 - 314 pages - Preview 1 Inevitably he would differ from Sri Aurobindo, as Zaehner has remarked, in his fundamental attitude toward science (pp. 36-37). The attitude he took was natural to him. Sri Aurobindo did not need it at all.
Indian philosophical annual: Volumes 8-11 - University of Madras. Centre of Advanced Study in Philosophy - 1976 - ... differ from Sri Aurobindo with regard to the precise steps or stages by which such a spiritualisation may be brought about in humanity. As for the steps towards spiritualisation, Sri Aurobindo envisages that this spiritualised or ...
A critical response to Indian English literature - Page 36 - N.K. Mishra, Sabita Tripathy - 2002 - 198 pages - Preview Ishwara-Shakti, Purusha-Prakriti are only the two sides of the one Divine (Brahman).2 As a guide to people about the Mother's spiritual power and her ministry as Mahashakti, nothing can surpass Sri Aurobindo's ... Mother India: monthly review of culture: Volume 47
The Journal of Indian writing in English: Volume 27 - G. S. Balarama Gupta - 1999 - Sharma well analyses seminal statements from The Future Poetry and Prefaces Sri Aurobindo wrote to his creative works. The better part of Prof. Sharma's essay is his disagreement with Sri Aurobindo that all future poetry will be the ...
The culture of India as envisaged by Sri Aurobindo - Charu Chandra Dutt - 1960 - 152 pages - A travesty of such art was all that was within his grasp. Sri Aurobindo says, "What more flagrant sign of this debacle could there be than the fact that all educated
hailed the paintings of Raja
Ravi Varma, an incompetent ... India