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The Synthesis of Yoga

The Synthesis of Yoga written by Sri Aurobindo is his principal work examining and explaining in the most thorough manner his method of Integral Yoga: a theory of spiritual evolution.

This reading, found in Part 4 The Yoga of Self-Perfection, is the final portion of Chapter 22 The Supramental Thought and Knowledge, pages 835-840.

Supramental thought has three levels of intensity: direct thought vision, interpretive vision and representative vision; in the mind these three take the form of the three ordinary powers of the intuitive mentality. … suggestive and discriminating intuition, inspiration and thought that is of the nature of revelation. Also there is speech, a supramental word; the higher knowledge, vision (or thought) within us can express itself. … as a word, message or an inspiration … out of the truth.

Knowledge covered by supramental thought, experience and vision will be commensurate with all that is open to the human consciousness, on all planes.

“The range of the supramental man will be all the earth and all that lies behind it, on other planes of existence.” Freedom and transcendence will finally predominate …

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