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At the Feet of The Mother

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There is however another even more important factor with Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri, which I would say is a Veda in its own right. On the one hand Savitri contains practically all the major important realisations of the Vedic Mystics, on the other hand each of these experiences have been carried to their utmost fullness and given an ampler scope. This makes it easier for us to connect with the experience itself through the door of everyday life opening before us.

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There is however another even more important factor with Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri, which I would say is a Veda in its own right. On the one hand Savitri contains practically all the major important realisations of the Vedic Mystics, on the other hand each of these experiences have been carried to their utmost fullness and given an ampler scope. This makes it easier for us to connect with the experience itself through the door of everyday life opening before us.

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There is however another even more important factor with Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri, which I would say is a Veda in its own right. On the one hand Savitri contains practically all the major important realisations of the Vedic Mystics, on the other hand each of these experiences have been carried to their utmost fullness and given an ampler scope. This makes it easier for us to connect with the experience itself through the door of everyday life opening before us.

 

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There was no second, it had no partner or peer;
Only itself was real to itself.
A pure existence safe from thought and mood,
A consciousness of unshared immortal bliss,
It dwelt aloof in its bare infinite,
One and unique, unutterably sole.
A Being formless, featureless and mute
That knew itself by its own timeless self,

 

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“I entered and waited in the Prosperity Room… The Mother came… I approached her and said, ‘I am going’, and then lay prostrate at her feet, my first pranam to the Mother. She said, ‘Come back soon’. This ‘Come back soon’ meant in the end, ‘Come back for good’

 

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  1. There was no second, it had no partner or peer;
  2. Only itself was real to itself.
  3. A pure existence safe from thought and mood,
  4. A consciousness of unshared immortal bliss,
  5. It dwelt aloof in its bare infinite,
  6. One and unique, unutterably sole.