Tusar Nath Mohapatra

Sri Aurobindo, the great Twentieth Century philosopher-mystic, took the work of the Theosophists to an entirely new level

Posted on: December 24, 2008

Chapter Three–On The Nature Of Fact

In the next chapter, we will observe some important relationships between Whitehead’s fundamental metaphysical categories and those of Sri Aurobindo. But this connection between Whitehead’s thought and Eastern thought can be seen
Eric Weiss – http://ericweiss.com/

 

Chapter Four–On The Nature Of The Physical World

In order to emphasize the analogy between Whitehead’s ideas and those of Sri Aurobindo, I will refer to Eternal Objects as determinate possibility (this is a shorthand for determinate possibilities of Existence, or Sat).
Eric Weiss – http://ericweiss.com/

 

Chapter One–Doctrine Of The Subtle Worlds

directly to seize on the physical energy and speed it accurately upon its errand. There, once we bring ourselves to recognize it, lie the gates that open upon the enormous vistas of the future.” Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, p.
Eric Weiss – http://ericweiss.com/

 

Chapter Five – On The Nature Of The Subtle Worlds

Sri Aurobindo goes so far as to suggest that a thorough exploration of these subtle realms is one way that human beings can, ultimately, fulfill the evolutionary project by discovering their fundamental identity with the Divine source
Eric Weiss – http://ericweiss.com/

 

Chapter Two – Doctrine Of The Subtle Worlds and the Cosmology of

Sri Aurobindo, the great Twentieth Century philosopher-mystic, took the work of the Theosophists to an entirely new level. Sri Aurobindo brought to his cosmological work three major assets: he was an accomplished yogi who seems to have
Eric Weiss – http://ericweiss.com/

 

DOCTRINE OF THE SUBTLE WORLDS

This Doctrine was held by all premodern civilizations, and has, in modern times, been advanced in Theosophy and in the cosmology of Sri Aurobindo. This dissertation introduces the doctrine, explores its presentation in Sri Aurobindo,
Eric Weiss – http://ericweiss.com/

 

participatory thinking: exploring new modes of thought in a

the ideas we will explore in this class are based in the work of jean gebser, sri aurobindo, and alfred north whitehead. however, rather than engaging in textual analysis, we will develop our participatory thinking through facilitated
Eric Weiss – http://ericweiss.com/ 

The future body: Disappearances 22 Dec 2008 by Rich (Thacker 2006) Now startlingly he indicates that -albeit the methodological differences- the goals announced by Sri Aurobindo in The Life Divine of overcoming our mortal destiny may actually be facilitated by the process of tissue … Science, Culture and Integral Yoga – http://www.sciy.org/blog

“Such a Body We Must Create:” New Theses on Integral Micropolitics Daniel Gustav Anderson
INTEGRAL REVIEW December 2008 Vol. 4, No. 2
Anderson: New Theses on Integral Micropolitics .  10:53 AM  
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Tusar N. Mohapatra

Director, Savitri Era Learning Forum
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SELF posits a model of counselling and communicative action as an instrument in order to stimulate the public sphere. The model aims at supplementing the individual’s struggle for a successful social adjustment with more aspirational inputs so as to help one take an informed and balanced attitude towards life as well as society.
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