Friday, June 03, 2011
Concept of Man in Sri Aurobindo's Poetry
Comment by Vladimir Last Updated: June 1, 2011
It is very intuitive observation:
"The individual consciousness has however, even by plunging into rationality and logic, the means to break free and become the vehicle of the soul. The individual consciousness can include the rational and logic into the process of becoming integral. It just needs to lift its gaze to the unlimited realities and give them names, make the eternal the alphabet of its reasoning and build action on its ground."
It's very true, indeed, for it is only through the individual that the integral consciousness can emerge. Logic and rationality are only the means of individualisation. Back to Discussion (Topic:Some thoughts on the Vedic studies and Linguistics)
Note the following words—“presumably”, “does not seem”, “seems to have”, “may have”, “would have”. Is this history or guesswork?
proindie Sri Keshav Baliram Hedgewar, a medico, drew his inspiration from Swami Vivekananda, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar and Rishi Aurobindo.
Buddha and Sankara of course were two of the greatest philosophers to have graced this planet. Another equally great, Bhagavan Aurobindo, said so …
Hegel's Dialectical Idealism was reversed by Marx ( Dialectical Materialism ). Aurobindo integrated both Materialism and Idealism and called it Dialectical Integralism. He integrated Matter and Spirit. Matter is Brahman (
Brahma ) and is the outer garment of Spirit. Padartham Brahma, Annam
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mene is kitab ko parha hai. hindi bhasa me sriaurobido par dinkarji ke en nibandhon dwara jo prakas dala gaya hai vah bejorh hai. dinkarji ke ye nibandh tatha kavitaon ke hindi anubad unake sriaurobindo ke prati shradha ko darsati hai. meri vinati hai ki jo bhi sriaurobindo ko hindi ke madhyam se janana chahate hain uneh is pustak ko jarur padana chahiye. munni singh kushwah
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