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Yoga and Education

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This book is a part of the Integral Education Series and provides a new approach to education based on a spiritual vision. It contains articles by various authors and from Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.

ISBN 81-7060-105-3
74 pp. Size - 12 x 18 cm
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What is the single most important factor in the transformation of the individual and the society?

Without doubt, it is Education. But as yet, it has still not been explored to its full and utmost potential, resulting only in a fractured image and perception of what it means. To go beyond the obligatory demands from education, that is, the procurement of a job or respectable standing in society, we need to take a more integral approach.

Our series on Integral Education aspired towards this end and brings across different facets of education, all leading eventually to the desired transformation and fulfilment of the true ideal.

INTEGRAL EDUCATION SERIES (presenting the views of Sri Aurobindo, the Mother, Swami Vivekananda, Pavitra, Nolini Kanta Gupta, M.P. Pandit, Medhananda, S. Radhakrishnan, Navajata, Rishabchand, Robert Bainbridge, Maria Montessori, Alfred Adler, Kireet Joshi, Sanat K. Banerji, Yvonne Artaud, Sita Ram Jayaswal, Indra Sen, Friedrich Froebel, Jesse Roarke and Norman C. Dowsett.)

A New Approach to Education
Education and the Growing Child
The True Teacher
Dimensions of Spiritual Education
Education of the Future
Yoga and Education

Excerpts from Yoga and Education:

  • And as the mental life uses and perfects the material, so will the spiritual use and perfect the material and the mental existence as the instruments of a divine self-expression.
  • The man who influences, who throws his magic, as it were, upon his fellow-beings, is a dynamo of power, and when that man is ready, he can do anything and everything he likes; that personality put upon anything will make it work.
  • No doubt education is a great regenerative agent, but it must be an education that can educe what is high and noble, pure and luminous, infinite and immortal in man. It must be an education that can educe and reveal the Divine in man.
  • The real education lies not in collecting information but in developing the power of concentration and the ability to think rationally, act purposefully and deal effectively with the environment in which the individual has to live.
  • It is never by external compulsion that a child acquires interest, the key to all learning, but by finding within himself a security, a sanction, an authority from his own nature and the law of his own being.

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