Dictionary of Sri Aurobindo's Yoga
Sri M. P. Pandit has done a great service in aiding the reader in obtaining a deeper and more complete understanding of the concepts of Sri Aurobindo's Yoga. Sri Aurobindo writes about universal concepts based on the ancient wisdom of the Indian civilization and the path of yoga to establish a Life Divine here on our planet. This dictionary explains the terms used by the master and is an invaluable guide for a clearer understanding of his works.
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action activities Ananda aspiration Asuras attachment aware become bhakti body Brahman Brahmarandhra brings Cakras calm centre ciousness colour comes concentration condition cosmic descent desire Divine Consciousness Divine Force Divine Mother Divine Power dreams dynamic egoistic emotional energy evolution existence experience external faith feel habit heart higher consciousness human Ignorance individual inertia instrument Integral Yoga intuition Ishvara knowledge Kundalini light live lower nature lower vital manifestation means meditation mental mental plane mind and vital movements necessary ness object obscurity occult one's oneself opening ordinary outer overmind peace physical consciousness physical mind possible Prakriti psychic psychicised purity Purusha quiet quietude rajasic realisation rejection sadhana Samadhi self-giving sense silence sleep soul spiritual Sri Aurobindo subconscient subtle subtle body Supermind supramental supramentalisation supraphysical supreme surrender tapasya things thought tion transformation true Truth Truth-Consciousness universal veil Vide Symbol vision vital and physical vital plane waking yogic