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Featured: MarlenkaLanguage: English

Synthesis of Yoga

The Synthesis of Yoga is the principal work of Sri Aurobindo explaining his method of Integral Yoga. In this volume he renders its essence comprehensible and illuminating.

This reading is the first portion of Chapter 24 The Supramental Sense, page 862.

As there is a supramental thought and essential consciousness, there is a supramental sense. Sense is the contact of consciousness with its objects; the pure action of sense is a spiritual action and pure sense is a power of the spirit.

It is possible for us not only to know by conscious identity, but too to have the sense of the spirit, the self, the Divine, the Infinite.

The supermind acting through sense feels all as God and in God. … nothing to the supramental sense is really finite: it is founded on a feeling of all in each and of each in all … rapturous with a powerful and luminous delight that makes of all sense and sensation a key of the divine and infinite Ananda.

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