This article on past incarnations reminds me of another point I need to add to the “Practising Yoga without a Guru” article, which is that after the passing of a Guru, people spend inordinate amounts of time in reminiscing who they actually were, how great they were and all the work they did.
The Guru says “live in the present” but people get stuck in that past moment, recalling adoringly how he said those words and what happened after that. This is nostalgia. We ought to be studying ourselves (becoming more self-aware) rather than obsessively studying Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. [Just added a new section to the "Practising Yoga without a Guru" article on this topic"]
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Aurobindo's ideas are ever relevant: Shivraj Central Chronicle - Staff Reporter, December 12, 2012 11:13 pm
Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan attended the farewell programme of the sacred Diwyanash of Shri Aurobindo here today at Auro temple situated at Tulsinagar.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that we recall Shri Aurobindo with respect and honour. His ideas for world peace are ever relevant. Vidhan Sabha Speaker Shri Ishwardas Rohani, Urban Administration Minister Shri Babulal Gaur, Commerce & Industries Minister Shri Kailash Vijayvargiya, MP Shri Anil Madhav Dave and a large number of followers were present on the occasion.
Sri Aurobindo's relics consecrated at Aurobindo Yoga Shakti Peeth ... Free press journal -
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Integral education for transformation Harvinder Kaur, Dec, 13, 2012: ESSENCE OF EDUCATION
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My earlier experiments and search for a deeper, wider and more relevant education led me to explore Integral Education, inspired by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. Integral Education is an education that seeks to transform the entire being — the body, heart, and head while seeping into the deeper layers of the inner being. An education that is not a mere rat race or a vanity appeaser, an education where the child is not a mere ‘product’, an education that lets a child be a child. 1:32 PM