Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The Mother and Sri Aurobindo came to emancipate us from the fetters of the past

The Mother and Sri Aurobindo met each other on March 29, 1914 in Puducherry signifying the meeting of the East and the West, and the birth of the Savitri Era Religion.

Religious conflicts leading to terrorism and war are likely to find their solution when more and more people embrace the Savitri Era Religion and, thereby, volunteer to work for the Ideal of Human Unity. Globalization has presented immense opportunities to carry forward this task in a variety of avenues. While knowledge, skill, and technology manipulate easy integration, cultural and attitudinal reflexes find it hard to secure common ground.

The synthetic teaching of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo, fortunately, reaches out to people residing anywhere in the world simply because it is founded on a substratum that is universal, and the basic concern is human, regardless of geography, biology or religion. The Metaphysics of The Life Divine is indisputably the most modern, affirmative, and optimistic. The principles of Integral Yoga, likewise, chime so harmoniously with frontier research areas in Psychology, Neuroscience, and Cognitive studies.

The Mother and Sri Aurobindo came to emancipate us from the fetters of the “past that seeks to endure.” It is for the young people of today to acquiesce at the choice and seek conversion to the Savitri Era Religion.

Tusar N. Mohapatra,
President, Savitri Era Party.

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