Topics covered in this third volume include Mother and Abundance, Action in Immobility, Thought and Body, Love as Power, Incarnation, Self-Deception, Spontaneity, Demand of the Collective Yoga, Two Signs of the Supramental, Man—a Transitional Being, Identification with Matter, Two Approaches to the Divine, The Divine Within, Power of Peace, the Task for Man
This is the first book in a 4 volume series exploring the wide range of the teachings and life of The Mother. M P Pandit has provided insight into the decades of teachings he experienced in the direct presence of the Mother during his tenure as the Mother’s Secretary at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Each of the volumes has a large number of diverse topics to show how the teachings should be implemented in each aspect of life.
Topics covered in this first volume include the Body, the Effort, Supramental Manifestation, Challenge to Change, Money and the Role of Money, Beauty of the Soul, the Divine Will and Divine Grace.
Topics covered in this fourth volume include Do Not Blame Others, Impatience and Irritation, Two Shaktis, The Psychic Being, Spiritual Joys, Oneness in the Supermind, God Within, Two States of Consciousness, Duty to the Dead, How to Meet Pain, Nirvana, God, Love, Joy of Life, Gratitude, Revelation, True Aspiration, Roots of Suffering, Illnesses, Human Limitations, Life and Death.
Commentaries on Sri Aurobindo’s Thought, Volume 1 is the first of a 4 volume set which takes up a wide range of diverse topics bearing upon the work of Sri Aurobindo and aspects of the integral Yoga. This first volume consists of 101 brief articles illuminating questions such as the role of love, the psychic being, meditation and japa, spiritual communities, gurus, and insight on various forms of practice of yoga. The commentaries are insightful and cover an enormous range of questions that arise when a seeker takes up the practice of yoga for transformation of his life.