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Synthesis of Yoga

The Synthesis of Yoga: Sri Aurobindo’s principal work to explain, in minute detail, his method of Integral Yoga. This reading is of the second half of Chapter 20 the Intuitive Mind (of part 4 The Yoga of Self-Perfection) found on pages 805-810.

To feel ourselves thinking no longer with the brain … from above, outside the head … a sure sign of a release from the limitations of the physical mind … is a subtle, pure mentality … makes an easier communication with the supramental centres.

The ordinary activities of our nature are of use for the greater perfection, to be turned into material for them and, the greater their development, the richer the preparation for the supramental action.

The Shakti opens the secret intuitive being within the mind … we can then refer all our will, thought, feeling and action to the Divine, concealed in the recesses of our heart.

The perfect perfection lies beyond, on the supramental levels, to be based upon a complete transformation of the mentality, of our entire nature.

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