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Featured: MarlenkaLanguage: Italian

Synthesis of Yoga

Life has to change into a thing vast, calm, intense and powerful vs. its old blind, narrow, self of petty impulse and desire it now is, and become instead a conscious servant, a radiant instrument and living form of the spirit. Thus writes Sri Aurobindo, as he thoroughly explains his method of Integral Yoga in the Synthesis of Yoga. He touches upon too, traditional yogas and religion.

In this reading, the second half of Chapter 2 The Integral Perfection of Part 4 The Yoga of Self-Perfection, page 619-622, Sri Aurobindo tells us that man is regarded as a divine spiritual being involved in mind, life and body. The Integral Yoga aims at a liberation and a perfection of his divine nature, that the whole of life may become aware of its divine source, its divine originating mpulse in each and every action of knowledge, of will, of feeling, sense and body.
Union with the supreme Divine, unity with the universal Self, and a supramental life action constitute the essence of the integral divine perfection of the human being.

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