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Savitri, B. V, C. I

The Wilderness Where Savitri Will Meet Her Soul-Mate

The destined spot and hour are close – everything happens in the cosmic play at its proper time and in its foreseen place. Sri Aurobindo describes the solitary forest glade where Savitri will meet Satyavan, the mate of her soul, for the first time in this life. The Great Mother has chosen primaeval peace of natural beauty, where earth is alone with her great lover, heaven, for the atmosphere in which she will meet her destiny. Far from the world, Savitri begins to play her part in the world’s joy and strife.

Savitri, B. IV, C. IV, Part 2

On Her Fated Journey, Savitri Passes Ashrams of Yogis and Seers

Savitri is nearing her destined meeting with Satyavan, the mate of her soul, and she is also drawing closer to her Divine work. Part of that work is the yoga that she will do to prepare her being. On this part of her journey she sees great yogis and sages and feels the atmosphere of their spiritual practices, but she is impelled to go on her unfinished way and to follow the fateful orbit of her life. Still she has not found the one predestined face for which she sought among the sons of men.

Savitri, B. IV, C. IV, Part 1

Guided By Her Immortal Self, Savitri Seeks Her Soul-Mate

The World-Ways open before Savitri as she follows her inner and outer road. She is guided by both her individual portion of the Immortal Self and her individual soul. A deeper consciousness wells up in her and she remembers things that are a part of old forgotten selves from previous births. Even her journey to find her mate is not new to her. To her remembering witness soul she seemed to trace again a journey to her mate that she often made before. Sri Aurobindo teaches us about past lives and the action of karma by telling us this part of the story. He describes the “dim-masked, hooded godheads” who are at the same time the agents of our will, the witnesses of all we do, and the powers who carry out our fate. These are some of the karmic gods, assigned to us from birth, who carry the unbroken thread that old lives have spun. He also shows us the action of our Jivatma, our portion of the Self which is always seated above our head and is always there to guide our lives.

Savitri, B. IV, C. III

Savitri Is Sent To Search The Deep World For Her Mate

The mighty yearning that asks for a perfect life for earth and men again raised it flame. King Aswapathy hears a Voice from hidden skies, calling mankind to its greater destiny. The Voice speaks of man’s failure to change. Then, Savitri comes like a shining answer from the gods. There comes the gift of a revealing hour, and with his inner sight, the king sees the great and unknown spirit born as his daughter. He speaks to her in sentences from unseen heights. The king tells Savitri that somewhere on earth waits her mate, the second self for which her nature asks. He tells her to depart where love and destiny call her charm, and his word is the seed of all things to be. The next morning the palace wakes to its own emptiness. Savitri has gone to search the spacious world for the love of her life.

Savitri, B. IV, C. II, Part 2

To See Her Was A Summons To Adore…A Glory Inapproachably Divine.

Savitri is a lovely being – a friend, yet too great wholly to know. To be near her drew a high communion’s force. Through the story of how people relate to Savitri, Sri Aurobindo tells us stories about how people related to Mother with their imperfect human development in the Ashram. Savitri is so high that no equal heart comes near to join her longing heart; no comrade soul made like her – made one as God and Nature are one. Whoever is too great must lonely live. Thus was it awhile with Savitri…her spirit dwelt apart until her hour of fate. This program includes a beautiful story of seeing Mother for the first time.

Savitri, B. IV, C. II, Part 1

Savitri Embodies The Future As Her Soul Soars Beyond Things Known.

The Godheads of a grandiose past look on Savitri and see the future’s Godheads come. Art and culture refine her sense. The knowledge of the thinker and the seer hear the unheard and glimpse the invisible. Her soul learns to soar beyond things known. Aware of the universal self in all, she wishes to make all one immense embrace and raise all to light.

Savitri, B. IV, C. II, Part 1

Savitri Embodies The Future As Her Soul Soars Beyond Things Known.

The Godheads of a grandiose past look on Savitri and see the future’s Godheads come. Art and culture refine her sense. The knowledge of the thinker and the seer hear the unheard and glimpse the invisible. Her soul learns to soar beyond things known. Aware of the universal self in all, she wishes to make all one immense embrace and raise all to light.

Savitri,, B. IV, C. I, Part 2

The Divine Mother’s Birth and Childhood as Savitri

The Divine Mother comes as Savitri to take up her divine unfinished task. Her will to divinise the clay of our physical bodies and make dumb matter conscious of its God again puts on an earthly shape. At once she seemed to found a mightier race. A lovelier body formed than earth had known. The link of soul with form grew sure. A mind of light, a life of rhythmic force, a body instinct with hidden divinity prepared an image of the coming god.

Savitri, B. IV, C. I, Part 1

Earth Awaits the Birth Of The Flame Through The Changing Seasons

Amid the ambiguous stillness of the stars, Earth followed the endless journey of the sun. The symbol pageant of the changing seasons became a vigil, waiting for some mighty birth to come. An identity and an ecstasy filled meditation’s solitary heart. A dream loitered in the dumb mind of Space. An inmost thought kindled a hidden flame. An inner sight adored an unseen sun. Soon the Flame that is the Divine Mother will descend into a human body to change the fate of earth and man. The sunlight was a great god’s golden smile. All Nature was at beauty’s festival awaiting the birth of Savitri.

Savitri, B. III, C. IV, Part 2

The Divine Mother Grants The Boon To King Aswapathy

The traveller of the worlds is at the end of his long journey in inner space. He has reached the Divine Mother, the eternal and omnipotent creatrix of the universe. Although she told him that mankind is still too weak to bear the infinite’s weight, he says he has seen wonderful new beings coming to change the suffering earth. He begs her to incarnate; to take birth in a human body and unlock the doors of fate so the future he has seen will come soon. The Divine Mother hears his cry and promises that she will take birth . She says, “One shall descend and break the iron law. Nature shall overleap her mortal step; fate shall be changed by an unchanging will.” His great work is done. King Aswapathy’s soul is compelled to to fill its human house in time, and he returns to be a man among men on earth

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