Tusar Nath Mohapatra

Developing the Principles of a Gnostic Society

Posted on: June 22, 2012

Sri Aurobindo Studies

When we look at the organisation of human society today, based on the physical, vital and mental formations that bring people together based on commonality of physical need, vital relationship and mental ideas, we see either that there is a close common bond that ties people together; or else, in a pluralistic society, we see the attempt to develop a working social order based on mutuality and compromise (when the society is succeeding to some degree in its efforts to accomodate different views–some societies become failed communities due to their inability to find a working accomodation).

It is insufficient, in Sri Aurobindo’s viewpoint, to simply effectuate the perfection of the spiritual individual, both within himself and in relation to the world around him. The third desired result is the transformation of society to a new basis…”a new world, a change in the total life of humanity or, at the least…

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Tusar N. Mohapatra

Director, Savitri Era Learning Forum
SRA-102-C, Shipra Riviera, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad - 201014 (UP) India + 91 96500-65636
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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.
Savitri Era of those who adore,
Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother.

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