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At the Feet of The Mother

Avatars

A NINE PART SERIES OF REFLECTIONS BY DR ALOK PANDEY (TEXT)
Arjuna comes next in the line of great characters in the Mahabharata. He is the hero on the battlefield of Kurukshetra and most importantly the recipient of the great teaching of the Gita directly from Sri Krishna.
A NINE PART SERIES OF REFLECTIONS BY DR ALOK PANDEY (TEXT)
Each of the main characters in the Mahabharata represents one such archetype of humanity who stands either on the side of the intended progress or who resists the human advance by its obstinate refusals, denials or simply inaction, when destiny demands it to act aligned to the Time Spirit. We can take them one by one.
A nine part series of reflections by Dr Alok Pandey (TEXT)
Mahabharata can be seen and understood at many levels and each is valid and complements the others. Most outwardly it represents a crisis which humanity undergoes from time to time that have the potential to plunge it into abysses of destruction, setting the clock of human evolution backwards by a few centuries if not millenniums.
An article by Dr Alok Pandey
Sri Rama and Sri Krishna are fulfilled in Sri Aurobindo, as with this New Force is the power to transform the animal in us into a vehicle of the Divine Force and convert the Asura in us through the one and only all-powerful agency of the Divine Mother’s Love.
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Just as Lord Rama brought the Sattwic mind into the earth play, so too Sri Krishna and Christ, as Avatars, bring divine gifts to the world. Each brings a new possibility, a new element into the Play.
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"Each Avatara opens the way towards the Future. He holds His own example before humanity and gives a path to walk on with His help. Sri Aurobindo opened the way to a divinization of nature and the Sunlit Path of the Supramental Yoga. We share a little glimpse of this path opened for earth and man."
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The 10th May is Buddha Purnima, the birthday of Siddhartha, the prince who would walk out of a kingly life and royal palace in search of a solution to misery and suffering. His is a life of seeking and enlightenment, his master word is compassion, his goal nirvana. We share some of the thoughts of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on Buddha.