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The Fundamental Experience of the Omnipresent Reality of the Divine

It is the goal of Yoga to achieve the unity of consciousness of the seeker with the Divine in all its aspects, transcendent, universal and individual. 575 more words

Sri Aurobindo

The Integral Nature and Result of the Yogic Path of Sacrifice

Sri Aurobindo has described a yogic path that starts from the Yoga of works, through action in the world, but eventually incorporates the deepest forms of devotion and the completest understanding brought about by the Yoga of knowledge. 327 more words

Sri Aurobindo

The Universal Sacrifice Integrates the Way of Works With the Way of Knowledge

The Yoga of knowledge focuses on the seeker distinguishing the true nature of existence and the universal manifestation from the illusions and misconceptions that we harbor based on the limitations of the mental consciousness. 410 more words

Sri Aurobindo

The Universal Sacrifice Integrates the Way of Works with the Way of Devotion

As the practices of Karma Yoga take hold, they inevitably lead to a deep devotion and sense of consecration that brings the Yoga of Love to its fulfilment. 292 more words

Sri Aurobindo

Converting the Entire Life Into a Conscious Sacrifice to the Supreme

The concept of the sacrifice for the divine realisation reaches its ultimate conclusion when we no longer segment or separate the act of sacrifice from the rest of the life; rather, eventually all life is recognised as a manifestation of the Supreme, in Oneness, and every action then is converted into a conscious sacrifice. 333 more words

Sri Aurobindo

The Fruit of the Sacrifice and the Ultimate Result

Every action in the world receives a response, due to the nature of the inter-connectedness and interchange within the manifested universe. Therefore, every act of sacrifice, self-giving, evokes a response. 340 more words

Sri Aurobindo

The Recipient and Mode of the Sacrifice

Just as we see throughout history the use of painful self-immmolation as a concept associated with sacrifice, so we also see that there was a diverse range of beings to whom the sacrifice was directed and for various purposes or fruits that were being sought. 369 more words

Sri Aurobindo