Letters on Yoga, Volume 1

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Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Jan 1, 1970 - Philosophy - 502 pages
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Letters to disciples in which Sri Aurobindo explains his teaching and method of spiritual practice and deals with problems that confront the seeker.

Contents:

The Supramental Evolution

Integral Yoga and Other Paths

Religion, Morality, Idealism and Yoga

Reason, Science and Yoga

Planes and Parts of the Being

The Divine and the Hostile Powers

The Purpose of Avatarhood

Rebirth

Fate and Free-Will, Karma and Heredity, etc.

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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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About the author (1970)

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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