Letters on Yoga, Volume 1

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Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1995 - Health & Fitness - 502 pages
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In this volume, Sri Aurobindo exhibits, through his letters, that yoga is not a thing of ideas but of inner spiritual experience. Merely to be attracted to any set of religious or spiritual ideas does not bring with it any realization. Yoga means a change of consciousness, of life, and a mere mental activity will not bring about this change of consciousness

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Contents

The Supramental Evolution
1
Integral Yoga and Other Paths
39
Religion Morality Idealism and Yoga
137
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Sri Aurobindo has been considered one of the foremost philosophers of the 20th Century, but he was far more than just a philosopher. He was a political activist, a mystic, a spiritual leader and a poet, a yogi and a teacher.

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