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Synthesis of Yoga

In this Synthesis of Yoga, Sri Aurobindo presents a most thorough and detailed explanation of his own method, that of Integral Yoga. Also he examines traditional systems of yoga and various religions. This reading consists of Part 3 The Yoga of Divine Love, Chapter 6 The Delight of the Divine, page 587.

The aim of the Integral Yoga is union with the being, consciousness, delight of the Divine through every part of our human nature, harmonised and unified, so that the the whole may be transformed into a divine nature of being. Whatever we see of the Divine, we can become and grow into some kind of unity with. It is something beyond us which is indeed already within us, but which we as yet are not … but whatever of it we see, we may reveal in our nature and being and grow into. … What the seeker sees must be that which he strives to possess, become. … But he does not seek God for anything that he can give but only because he is our self, our whole being and our all. … The God-lover will seek after perfection as that is the nature of the Divine; the more he grows into perfection, the more he feels the Divine manifest in his being.

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