The Mother on Love Divine and Human
The Spirit of Karmayoga at Sri Aurobindo Ashram
Sri Aurobindo on the Mother’s Force in Work and Action
Step Back, Keep Peace, Grow in Receptivity
The Mother on Bodily Equality
The Generous and the Avaricious
Something of the Stuff of the Hero and of the Titan
The Mahakali Aspect of the Divine Mother
Be Open Like a Flower and Receive the Light
What does it mean to be receptive? How to increase one’s receptivity to the Divine Force? Is Sri Aurobindo’s Force and the Mother’s Force which is essentially One Divine Force working only in the Ashram or for those who are turned to Them? How can we become receptive to the Divine’s healing force? And to creative inspiration? These and many other aspects are explored through various features, including our section on Divine Humour. An insightful conversation with an artist, excerpts from Barin Ghose’s book, a sweet story about a little girl’s love for Ganesha, and an essay from Sri Aurobindo Circle archives complete the issue.
“Only One Force Acting in the World”
How to be Receptive – From Champaklal’s Treasures
Sri Aurobindo’s and the Mother’s Force for Healing
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.