from Tusar N. Mohapatra firstname.lastname@example.org date 4 June 2008 11:30
Now that Alan and Robert have agreed amicably -- through the able and timely intervention by Ned (A Daniel come to judgment!) – to settle the Thea affair between them, we may return to our original intention of consensus building.
In the June 2008 issue of Mother India, that I just received, the article, "The New Spirituality. Or: The Aurobindian Revolution" by Georges Van Vrekhem caught my eye as the term, "Aurobindian" appearing in Amal Kiran turf seemed curious. I was reminded of the following observation by the Life Positive scribe.
[It is quite a tongue twister, but the word 'Aurobindonian' crops up frequently when Georges Van Vrekhem speaks. 'A true Aurobindonian', 'a real Aurobindonian', 'you don't have to be an Aurobindonian to evolve to Superman'… excerpts from an interview with Georges Van Vrekhem: Life Positive, November 2001]
I have already argued for the term, "Aurobindian" in the past, and hope that we all agree on using this term only in the future. This forum is meant for free debate and additions to the mailing list are welcome.
Yours fraternally, Tusar