Yoga in Everyday Life

Occultism (Yoga) (2017)


A series of booklets, compiled from the writings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, on specific subjects covering almost all aspects of human life, our daily strivings and our inner needs. Although a compilation, in its very nature, is likely to have a personal and subjective approach, a sincere attempt, however, has been made to be faithful to the vision of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.

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Excerpts from Occultism:

Viewed in the true light, occultism is dynamic spirituality; in other words it seeks to express and execute, bring down to the material life the powers and principles of the Spirit through the agency of the subtler forces of mind and life and the subtle physical.
……, its (occultism’s) most important aim must be the discovery of the hidden truths and powers of the mind-force and the life-power and the greater forces of the concealed spirit.
Occult powers can only be for the spiritual man an instrumentation of the Divine Power that uses him; they cannot be the aim or an aim of his sadhana.
Hypnotism is a form – ……………. – of occultism; a very limited, small form of a very tiny power compared with occult power, but still it is a form of occultism which has been put in modern terms to make the thing modern.

Weight 34 g

Compiled by Vijay from the writings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

Publishing Info

First Edition – 1972 / Fourth Revised Edition – 1997 / 8th Reprint: 2017

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