Words of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother

Spiritual Experiences of S.A. Alipore Jail (May’09

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In the concluding speech at the trial of the Alipore Conspiracy case, C.R. Das (Deshbandhu Chittaranjan) says, “Long after the controversy will be hushed in silence, long after this turmoil, the agitation will have ceased, long after he is dead and gone, he [Sri Aurobindo] will be looked upon as the poet of patriotism, as the prophet of nationalism and the lover of humanity. Long after he is dead and gone, his words will be echoed and re-echoed, not only in India, but across distant seas and lands.”

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Sri Aurobindo’s yoga and spiritual philosophy are founded on four great realisations. Two of these he had realized in full before his coming to Pondicherry in 1910. The first, the realization of the silent, spaceless and timeless Brahman, he had gain while meditating with Lele in 1908. (From Sri Aurobindo and His Ashram)

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Words of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother

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Reprint – May 2009

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