(Intro) D A/C# Bm A G D/F# Em A
Kau pernah bilang cinta
Kau bilang ku sempurna
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Sri Aurobindo points out that with a consistent effort and mental orientation, we can recognize the sense of the Supreme, the immutable, even the universal Godhead. 370 more words
The Upanishads have an intriguing statement that there is a “bliss of the Eternal from which words turn back without attaining and mind also returneth baffled…” (Sri Aurobindo, … 323 more words
Rev Dr Catherine Shelley
Anglican Chaplain to the University of Birmingham.
One way and another issues concerning women of faith and perceptions of women and faith seem to be a source of controversial headlines, whether about clothing such as head coverings or facial veils, ‘honour’ crimes or women bishops. 480 more words
The Divine Teacher has taken his time, systematically worked through numerous questions and approached the issues he is addressing from a number of directions, so as to address the human seeker, Arjuna, in a way that he can both understand and respond to. 437 more words
Before proceeding to the next phase of the Gita’s teaching, Sri Aurobindo takes the opportunity to summarize how far we have come. The Gita recognizes the basic truth behind each of the philosophical and yogic systems of its time, and has set about to integrate them into an harmonious whole which acknowledges the unique contribution of each one, while overcoming the limitations due to their focus which tend to overlook the aspects brought out by other systems or practices. 276 more words
only ONE month to go before the Bhagavad Geeta and Mahabharata Championships 2014!!!
With more than 100 participants registered, we are truly looking forward to a fun-filled and exciting day!