Sri Aurobindo

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What Sri Aurobindo represents in the world's history is not a teaching,
not even a revelation; it is a decisive action direct from the Supreme.


Mother told me that Sri Aurobindo was not born an avatar, he became an avatar. Some avatars were born, and some became. Jesus Christ and Krishna were born avatars. Buddha and others became avatars.”[1]

Udar Pinto

"Sri Aurobindo came upon earth to teach this truth to men. He told them that man is only a transitional being living in a mental consciousness, but with the possibility of acquiring a new consciousness, the Truth-consciousness, and capable of living a life perfectly harmonious, good and beautiful, happy and fully conscious. During the whole of his life upon earth, Sri Aurobindo gave all his time to establish in himself this consciousness he called supramental, and to help those gathered around him to realise it."[2]

The Mother

See also

References

  1. "Udar Pinto's visit to Savitri Bhavan", Invocation, August 1999
  2. Collected Works of The Mother, Vol. 13 [On Education], p. 116