Tusar Nath Mohapatra

Divine Shakti Rejects Egoistic Demands

Posted on: August 4, 2012

Sri Aurobindo Studies

Every force that acts in the universe operates under its own principle of action. The human mind, unable to see the larger principles at work, treats forces in many cases as if they are simply random and incomprehensible. Western scientists, following up on the alchemists of the past, began to search for physical principles that operate in the world and devised laws of physics by which they can predict physical forces at work. This was followed by biochemistry and chemistry. Psychologists and sociologists began to look for principles that guide the action of individuals and groups of individuals. Nowadays, it is fairly well agreed that each force acts according to its unique principle of action.

Sri Aurobindo extends our understanding of this factor in the realm of spiritual action as well. The supreme Supramental Force, the Divine Shakti, acts under its own impulsion according to its own light as an…

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Tusar N. Mohapatra

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