Mother’s Way of Inculcating the Right Attitude
Work as Worship: Are You Able to Do That?
A Teacher has to be a Yogi
The Mother on Conscious Conception, Soul’s Choice and More
Two Poems on Conscious Parenting
On Receptivity, Aspiration and Progress
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.
“It isn’t the forces that are limited, it is the receptivity” – Words of the Mother
The Force that Made Poets: Selected Letters of Sri Aurobindo
A Little Girl and Her Big Brother – Stories of a Personal Relation with the Divine
Aspire Intensely but Without Impatience
Aspiration is like an arrow, or like a flame rising upward. But it has to be tended, constantly rekindled. Its direction also needs to be reset when it tends to go here and there. It has to be purified so that no desire or demand gets mixed up with it. Its goal has to be kept in front, always. And what happens when it goes into hiding somewhere? How to light the fire again? And what about the Grace? Will Divine Grace help me rekindle my aspiration? These and many other questions have been explored in the variety of selections featured in this issue.