Sri Aurobindo on His Supramentalisation and Immortality
How to be Receptive – From Champaklal’s Treasures
Of Force, Receptivity and Laughs
The Force that Made Poets: Selected Letters of Sri Aurobindo
Sri Aurobindo on Outward Humility
In this interesting conversation of Sri Aurobindo with a small set of disciples, dated January 6, 1939, about methods of effacing the ego, Sri Aurobindo makes an important distinction between outward modesty and the true attitude of psychic humility which can help the sadhak get rid of the vital ego. As an added bonus, we also get a glimpse here of a facet of Sri Aurobindo’s outer personality during his political revolutionary days.
Of Caste, Hierarchy and Humility: Sri Aurobindo Responds to the Gandhian View
Written in response to a disciple’s query about a particular statement of Gandhi, this letter of Sri Aurobindo strongly emphasises the need to develop a deeper and wider understanding of truth that is beyond mental-moral-ethical ideals. We also get a glimpse of a significant difference between the Christian or Semitic and the Hindu understanding of virtues or qualities, particularly Humility, which are considered important from a spiritual point of view.