Towards a New Renaissance: Cultivating Soul-values

“Towards a New Renaissance: Cultivating Soul-values” is the latest offering from Renaissance as a FREE E-book available through Auropublications, the publications wing of Sri Aurobindo Society. It weaves together selected insights from Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on twelve qualities from the Mother’s symbol and presents them in the context of original write-ups by the author. These write-ups were first composed as editorials for twelve issues of Renaissance, the monthly online journal of Sri Aurobindo Society.

Sri Aurobindo spoke of these twelve attributes or soul-values as being necessary for the full manifestation of the Mother’s Work: Sincerity | Humility | Gratitude | Perseverance | Aspiration | Receptivity | Progress | Courage | Goodness | Generosity | Equality | Peace

This eBook collates twelve issues of Renaissance — from August ’21 to July ’22 — by compiling their editorials (appropriately revised by the author) and at the same time, listing out all the content published in each of the issues. With just a single click on the title the reader will be able to access the relevant feature on the Renaissance website. This will help readers get a better appreciation of how each of the twelve attributes was explored as a means for inner and outer growth at individual and collective levels. 

The book is available for free downloading at:

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Renaissance with its focus on Indian Culture and Integral Yoga features inspiring content in the light of Sri Aurobindo’s vision for India and her role in the future of humanity. It aims to highlight that the eternal spirit and creative genius of India must express itself in new forms in various domains – spiritual, artistic, literary, philosophic, scientific, aesthetic.

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