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Monday, November 26, 2007

The supra-physical domains he visited on the strength of his forceful Tapasya can not be commented upon

from Gyanchandra gc@satm.net to Tusar N. Mohapatra tusarnmohapatra@gmail.com date 25 Nov 2007 23:00 subject Re: [Aurobindo Philosophy] New comment on A literateur par excellence.
One can not comment on Sri Aurobindo. It will be blasphemy. He is too great to be understood by normal intellectual means. He is the greatest mystic of our era, a great Yogi of his own brand. The supra-physical domains he visited on the strength of his forceful Tapasya can not be commented upon by normal rational reasoning. You can adore him and love him but making people understand him by logic or explanations is pure self-regarding ego. He is more than the Vedic Rishi but he is as mysterious as the Veda Richas these days.
He himself said so. "No one can write about me". Still some people show their self-importance and try to elaborate him by their limited vocabulary and fractional knowledge. They are not helpful. Propagation of Sri Aurobindo can only be done by propagating his writings and of course also of the Mother. Write ups and articles on his Integral Yoga is impossible.

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