Tusar Nath Mohapatra

The Divine Presence In Forms is Disguised By Action of Maya

Posted on: August 12, 2013

Sri Aurobindo Studies

Much of the opposition to the concept of Avatarhood is due to the underlying misunderstanding about the actuality of the Divine Presence in all forms within the manifestation. People tend to imagine some God or Gods outside the creation, and do not experience the Presence in every aspect of their lives, except on rare and exceptional occasions.

Sri Aurobindo explains: “Those who know not the Divine lodged in the human body, are ignorant of it because they are grossly subject to this mechanism of Prakriti, helplessly subject to its mental limitations and acquiescent in them, and dwell in an Asuric nature that deludes with desire and bewilders with egoism the will and the intelligence….For the Purushottama within is not readily manifest to any and every being; he conceals himself in a thick cloud of darkness or a bright cloud of light, utterly he envelops and wraps himself in his Yogamaya.”

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Tusar N. Mohapatra

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