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Integral Realisation For the Individual and Society At Large

To counter-balance the exclusive concentration on individual realisation of the silent, supreme Brahman, there is a theme in human development that focuses on the perfection of the social order. 320 more words

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An Integral Beatitude and Perfection

The divine realisation and liberation, when not confined to the abstract heights, but incorporating all our energies of life and action, leads to an all-embracing transformation of our being. 472 more words

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An Integral Realisation and an Integral Liberation

The Upanishads teach us that the Brahman is “One without a second”. This has justified the exclusive seeking after a realisation divorced from the life in the world, a focus and concentration that was all-consuming and led to the silence of the supreme states of awareness. 271 more words

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Three Major Aspects of the Working of the Integral Yoga

Every yogic path has its own methodology, including the integral yoga. While it is not a fixed and regimented programme, there are certain principles that it follows. 361 more words

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The Quest, The Questions

Fundamental Questions

‘The integral Yoga is especially intended for those who have realised in themselves all that man can realise and yet are not satisfied, for they demand from life what it cannot give. 344 more words

Four Fights to the Death

‘… there are those who are born warriors. They cannot accept life as it is and they feel pulsating within them their right to immortality, an integral and earthly immortality. 1,143 more words

Questions on Enlightenment

Book signing November 13th 7pm to 8pm – Integral Yoga Institute (http://iyiny.org/workshops-and-events/)

Second excerpt from Dancing in the Bamboo Forest:

These two women monks have lived for decades dedicated to the path of service, observing strict rules with joy. 774 more words