Saturday, June 04, 2011

Integralism encounters impediments

[Nothing in us may be an impediment Posted at 1:24 PM Wednesday, August 23, 2006
I have crossed out "turned Rishi" because that suggests an old formula of the past, and the future poet should exceed all past formulas. --Sri Aurobindo (5.2.1934, CWSA: LPA.27.218)
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Saying a mantra of the old gods puts you under the influence and into the orbit of precisely that which resists the new truth... and lead(s) astray those who are not sincere enough to want ONE SINGLE THING: the new world. --Satprem (Mother's Agenda: 4.344)]

The integralism that The Mother & Sri Aurobindo have ushered in cannot be improved upon. From the pre-primary to the Ph. D. level and upwards, they offer a wholesome course for the entire life. It is an erroneous conception, therefore, that a beginner has to receive his initial grounding from other sources. Privileging other streams and systems and too much concern and comparison with multiple Swamis is, obviously, a debilitating exercise. [TNM] 

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