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The Limits of Mental Knowledge and the Process of Knowing, Part 1: Can the Ultimate Reality Be Known?

The second part of the Kena Upanishad contains 5 verses that explore the possibilities of “knowing”, the process of knowing, and the limitations of the process of knowing.  407 more words

Sri Aurobindo

The Worlds and Liberation from the Worlds

We reside in the material world and perceive things from that perspective.  The essential characteristic of this world, or of any other, is not, however, its material existence, but rather its relationship to the status of consciousness which we inhabit.  518 more words

Sri Aurobindo

Mortal Life and the Pursuit of Immortality, Part 2

Spiritual practitioners through the ages have recognized that the world of dualities within which we live and act is not the entire existence, and the process of birth, growth, decline and death does not encompass the entire universal process.  415 more words

Sri Aurobindo

It’s time to wake up and see the bigger picture

The body in this human form of life is like a field and we are planting the seeds. The seeds are the karma or actions that we act out, based on what we attract according to our past deeds or our current state of consciousness. 1,425 more words


पुराण में विज्ञान

मत्स्य पुराण – अध्याय १२८

सुषुम्रा सूर्यऱशिमयां क्षीणं शशिनमेधते !
ह्ररिकेश: पुरस्तात्तु य्रो व्रै नक्षत्रयोनिकृतम् !! २९

सुर्य कि जो सुषुम्रा नामक किरण है, वो क्षीण हुवे चन्द्रमां को पुन: बढाती है, पूर्व दिशा मे जो हरिकेश नामक किरण है, वह नक्षत्रो कि जननी है, २९ 151 more words


Mortal Life and the Pursuit of Immortality, Part 1

The fundamental experience and existential question faced by every human being is that we are mortal and we are born, live and struggle through our lives, and then we die.  447 more words

Sri Aurobindo

The Relation Between the Absolute Brahman and the World of Existence

Through the extensive exploration of the Mind behind the mind, Sense behind the senses and Life behind the life, the Kena Upanishad has made it clear that there are two types of knowledge, one that is range-bound within the world of forms and forces in the creation, and one that exists beyond the limits of all these forms, forces and changing circumstances through Time.  450 more words

Sri Aurobindo