Divine love is a universal force which descends in even the densest matter. Deeper yearning behind all human love is to unite with the Divine.
Earthly life is a field of progress,. While one inevitably makes progress with the rhythm of Nature, with sadhana this progress can become conscious and swift. Because we are incapable of judging our own progress our attitude should rather be to constantly strive for progress for the joy of it. All our effort should be a spontaneous act of offering to the Divine with full trust in Him.
A few selections from the works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother which highlight some key ideas – what does it mean to be receptive, on what does receptivity depend, how is receptivity connected to aspiration and sincerity, what is the significance of becoming collectively more receptive, and a few more.
Sri Aurobindo helps us understand the conditions under which the spiritual force works to cure illnesses. We also get a glimpse of how the Mother and Sri Aurobindo were using the Divine Force to help sadhaks in their healing process. The faith and inner receptivity of both the patient and the instrument that is used to apply such force, namely the doctor, are important factors.