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Synthesis of Yoga

The Synthesis of Yoga is the principal work of Sri Aurobindo in which he examines and explains completely his method of Integral Yoga. This reading continues in Part 4 The Yoga of Self-Perfection, the first portion of Chapter 22 The Supramental Thought and Knowledge, pages 825-830.

The transition from mind to supermind is a change and conversion of the entire consciousness. Activities now accomplished by the mind evolve to supramental thought, will, sense and feeling. … Mental truth must always be an intellectual, emotional and sensational representation, not truth itself. … mind is the ignorance attempting to know; supermind always discloses inherent, self-existent knowledge. … In our present mentality there is always confusion, conflict between different thoughts, a thing of discords … an arrangement is established for the purposes of life. … reason aims at better control; it’s a substitute of supermind unable to control the rest of the being … there are only two spontaneous harmonic movements of the life: the subconscient harmony of animal creation and lower Nature and, that of the spirit. … Man is obliged by a Power inherent within him to work toward self-evolution leading to self-mastery and self-knowledge.

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