Peace, Persistence and Renunciation: Two Parables of Sri Ramakrishna
“Wherever there is a receptivity, the Force acts” – A Prisoner’s Transformation
The Grateful Beasts and the Ungrateful Man – A Story from the Panchatantra
Sādhanā: An Audio-Visual Meditation on Humility
Parable of the Snake and the Rat
The Mother reminds us that vigilance is indispensable for all true progress. As we try to grow in sincerity and practice true humility, it is important to stay vigilant and not get bloated with our own egos that we are some great sādhakas. The Mother is the path and the Mother is the goal, says Sri Aurobindo. It is always the Mother who does the sādhanā in us. Our effort is to ensure that we keep our inner temple clean and purified and for that sincerity, humility and vigilance are all very important. This little story told by Swami Sivananda emphasises how essential vigilance is for any aspirant; it also highlights what is fake humility and the necessity to be wary of that.
Sri Aurobindo – Glimpses of His Life (Film in English and Sanskrit)
Sādhanā: An Audio-Visual Meditation on Sincerity
This month, we have selected a beautiful, meditative artistic creation by an international volunteer group ‘Art Studio-12 Qualities”. Watching this small film and listening in silence to the words of the Mother and Sri Aurobindo on sincerity is a meditative experience. Join us in this collective aspiration for growing in Sincerity.