220.127.116.11 (Iunet-bnet) Lombardia, Brescia, Italy, Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "No one has any right or authority to apply filter": > Anyone who did not follow the dictates of the crowd in what they said and did risked general condemnation.
Debashish Banerji seems to have lost his mind. He always overgeneralizes and hallucinates about non-existent Fundamentalism. Our quarrel is solely with Peter Heehs and not the rest who have genuine aspiration. Peter has a history of well-documented misconduct since the 1980s. Peter enjoys cross-examining Sri Aurobindo's motives, disbelieving his statements, and has, on one occasion, even called him an ABSCONDER in the Archives and Research journal.
This is all written up in the letter by Jugal on the website http://www.sriaurobindooriginalworks.org Posted by Anonymous to Savitri Era at 11:33 PM, April 17, 2009 Home Sri Aurobindo The Mother Savitri Copyright Ashram On the way Down memory lane Books by Others Banish Peter Works of Others Journal Section The Continuation Words of The Mother Works of Sri Aurobindo Research Excerpts from Agenda Open Letters Your Letters
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SRI AUROBINDO’S TEACHING The teaching of Sri Aurobindo starts from that of the ancient sages of India that behind the appearances of the universe there is the Reality of a Being and Consciousness, a Self of all things one and eternal. All beings are united in that One Sell and Spirit but divided by a certain separativity of consciousness, an ignorance of their true Self and Reality in the mind, life and body. It is possible by a certain psychological discipline to remove this veil of separative consciousness and become aware of the true Self, the divinity within us and all. More...
SRI AUROBINDO’S ASRAM An Asram means the house or houses of a Teacher or Master of spiritual philosophy in which he receives and lodges to those who come to him for the teaching and practice. An Asram is not an association or a religious body or a monastery - it is only what has been indicated about and nothing more.
Everything in the Asram belongs to the Teacher: the sadhaks (those who practise under him) have no claim, right of voice in any matter. They remain or (pg- 3) go according to his will. Whatever money he receives is his property and not that of a public body. It is not a trust or a fund, for there is no public institution. Such Asrams have existed in India since many centuries before Christ and still exist in large numbers.
All depends on the Teacher and ends with his life-time, unless there is another Teacher who can take his place. More...
“All the money spent belongs either to Sri Aurobindo or the Mother. Money is given by many to help in Sri Aurobindo’s work. Some who are here give their earnings, but it is given to Sri Aurobindo or the Mother and not to the Asram as a public body, for there is no such body.” More... firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com © 2008 foundation for Sri Aurobindo Ashram and his original works. Website by - Wonder Guru Communications