Tusar Nath Mohapatra

Process of the Transition to the Supramental Consciousness

Posted on: April 4, 2012

Sri Aurobindo Studies

Most of us, caught up in our own internal struggles, aspirations and challenges, do not reflect on the process of Nature in the evolution of a new gradation or range of consciousness in the world. We therefore more or less assume that there is some straightforward path or methodology to be followed to get from “point A” to “point B” and we look at obstacles, setbacks and dry periods in a very personal way as if we are somehow failing at the aspiration or we have somehow been “abandoned” along the way.

Sri Aurobindo points out however that the process is extremely complex due to the needs, limitations and habitual patterns of each of the preceding grades of consciousness, which attempt to both maintain their own characteristic mode of seeing and acting, and sustain the habitual pattern of interaction between that grade and the other grades.

When the consciousness begins…

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Tusar N. Mohapatra

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