Sunday, March 18, 2012

Indwelling spirit begins to speak through the imagination

Then suddenly, the intellect jolts the mystic; and the sage-poet wonders if those awesome images of a grandiose ... In this context, let us recall the opening lines of Sri Aurobindo's S├íviti where modern India's sage-poet recast this ... 
With deep reading in myth and literature, one's cognition becomes as a rich mother loam wherein spirit can dwell and build that interior castle, from which the indwelling spirit begins to speak through the imagination, The body, And The ... 
... case that appealed to the receptive intellect of humanity so that the scientist can have some understanding and therefore ... Besides, in India, since the time of Upanisads till Sri Aurobindo and Akhandamandaleshwar Sri Sri Swami ... 
... besides being a genius in imaginative literature, was certainly the most powerful intellect produced by India ... Sri Aurobindo 'Of all his (Bankim's) works, by far the most important for its astonishing political consequences was ... 
Sri Aurobindo saw a divine message in Bipin's speech. The opening sentence of an editorial titled "India and the Mangolian" published on April 1, 1908 in the Bande Mataram ... 814) Again, paying glowing tributes to Pal's intellect of ... 
Sri Aurobindo said that insistence upon action Subhas so fervently advocated was "absurd" if one had not the light by which to act. Human intellect and energy alone could not set right the ills of this world. Intellect had to be ... 
The 20th-century master Sri Aurobindo summed it up this way: “Mind has to cease to be mind and become brilliant with something beyond it.” Caution about the intellect runs through the Abrahamic religions as well. 
... the demons of destruction and a system of education inspiring human conduct with love and man's intellect with wisdom ... It may be apt to turn to Sri Aurobindo who had once presented us a principle of human dignity telling us that:... 
Another towering figure of the renaissance period was Sri Aurobindo.26 He was certainly the greatest philosopher, ... His philosophic insight and penetrating intellect spotted the inherent vigour and vitality of this spirituality.