From Auroville Wiki
(Redirected from Pishacha)
Jump to navigation Jump to search

(Amal Kiran:) “The Pishacha is the ‘Demon’ obsessed with a defiling and mutilating mania: he is utter foulness and ugliness personified. The Pishacha always puts himself slavishly at the service of the Rakshasa and Asura.”[1]

(Loretta:) “Demons also have a fate, just like man. It is said that the demons really want to return to their source, just like any spiritual seeker. They want to go back to the Supreme. And they find their own unique and very fast way of doing it, by constantly and endlessly attacking everything divine, until the Divine has to destroy them. And then they return to their source.”[2]

  1. Amal Kiran, Our Light and Delight: Recollections of Life with the Mother, p.167
  2. Loretta reads Savitri, Book 6, Canto I, part 1

See also