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Daily Archives: 2010/12/08

Sri Aurobindo`s The Life Divine

Since December 2008 a group of Aurovilians have been meeting weekly at Savitri Bhavan for group study of Sri Aurobindos major philosophical work. In 1913, Sri Aurobindo noted that part of his mission was to restate the truths of the Veda and Vedanta in terms accessible to the modern mind. In The Life Divine the ancient truths, illumined by his own experience, are made accessible to the human reason and shown to be the foundation for his affirmative vision of the evolutionary process and the significance of our individual existence on earth.

By December 2010 the group had reached the last chapter of Book One. Introducing it, Shraddhavan gave a brief overview of the previous 27 chapters. (Duration 58 minutes)


Comments: 0 Date: 08 Dec 2010

World recognition to Sadhana Forest

The interview today is with Aviram that shares with us the happiness and joy for the fact that Sadhana Forest was awarded the 3rd place in the Humanitarian Water and Food Award ceremony that took place in the University of Copenhagen. He also shares with us the importance of this award and also how is the daily life at Sadhana’s at this moment, with the guest season coming. For those interested on Odissi and Gotipua, Bharat Nivas is bringing a great opportunity! UHU on going courses and also the announce of two exhibitions that are finishing in the next week.


Comments: 0 Date: 08 Dec 2010

Since December 2008 a group of Aurovilians have been meeting weekly at Savitri Bhavan for group study of Sri Aurobindos major philosophical work. In 1913, Sri Aurobindo noted that part of his mission was to restate the truths of the Veda and Vedanta in terms accessible to the modern mind. In The Life Divine the ancient truths, illumined by his own experience, are made accessible to the human reason and shown to be the foundation for his affirmative vision of the evolutionary process and the significance of our individual existence on earth.

By December 2010 the group had reached the last chapter of Book One. Introducing it, Shraddhavan gave a brief overview of the previous 27 chapters. (Duration 58 minutes)


Comments: 0 Date: 08 Dec 2010
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