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Sri Aurobindo's
Gayatri Mantra
Let us meditate on the most ausp


तत्सवितुर्वरं रूपं ज्योतिः परस्य धीमहि |

न्नः सत्येन दीपयेत् ||


Let us meditate on the most auspicious (best) form of Savitri,

on the Light of the Supreme which shall illumine us with the Truth. 

19 March 1933

Messages from
Sri Aurobindo and The Mother
Thought for the day
It is the darkest nights that prepare the greatest dawns - and it is so because it is into the deepest inconscience of material life that we have to bring, not an intermediate glimmer, but the full play of the divine Light.
Sri Aurobindo(Letters on Yoga,Vol:22, Page: 35,SABCL)
From the writings of
Sri Aurobindo and The Mother
The Synthesis of Yoga
Chapter III

The Purified Understanding 


                                    THE description of the status of knowledge to which we aspire, determines the means of knowledge which we shall use. That status of knowledge may be summed up as a supramental realisation which is prepared by mental representations through various mental principles in us and once attained again reflects itself more perfectly in all the members of the being. It is a re-seeing and therefore a remoulding of our whole existence in the light of the Divine and One and Eternal free from subjection to the appearances of things and the externalities of our superficial being.

Such a passage from the human to the divine, from the divided and discordant to the One, from the phenomenon to the eternal Truth, such an entire rebirth or new birth of the soul must necessarily involve two stages, one of preparation in which the soul and its instruments must become fit and another of actual illumination and realisation in the prepared soul through its fit instruments. There is indeed no rigid line of demarcation in sequence of Time between these two stages; rather they are necessary to each other and continue simultaneously. For in proportion as the soul becomes fit it increases in illumination and rises to higher and higher, completer and completer realisations, and in proportion as these illuminations and these realisations increase, becomes fit and its instruments more adequate to their task: there are soul-seasons of unillumined ...

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