Readings in Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine Volume 2 There is probably no other book [Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine] that I know of which so well, completely, rationally and intuitively addresses the questions of our existence and the meaning of life, and provides a cogent answer rooted in the highest spiritual realization and yogic experience that can be adapted by all, regardless of their particular background or inclinations. Santosh Krinsky, a life long student of Sri Aurobindo, with great devotion, dedication and attention has served this crucial role of providing a bridge to help us enter more deeply into the vast universe of consciousness that Aurobindo holds open for humanity today. He leads the reader through each page of The Life Divine by extracting its essence. In this way, he makes the book easier to access, with no loss of its broader meaning. - from the Foreword by Dr. David Frawley, author of Yoga and Ayurveda
About the author
Santosh Krinsky has been studying Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine since he was introduced to it in 1971. After residing at Sri Aurobindo Ashram in India for part of 1973-1974, he returned to the USA where he has been involved in the distribution and publication of the major writings of Sri Aurobindo.He founded Lotus Press which today is one of the leading publishers in the field of Ayurveda and alternative healing modalities, as well as being the US publisher of Sri Aurobindo's major works.Santosh is also one of the founders and currently the President of a non-profit organization The Institute for Wholistic Education, which is dedicated to the work of integrating spirituality into daily life.
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