Tusar Nath Mohapatra

A False Knowledge and a Blind Hope

Posted on: February 6, 2014

Sri Aurobindo Studies

When we consider the radically different standpoint and basis for understanding and living in the world represented by the Divine Consciousness from our everyday human, mental view based in the ego, it is clear there is a serious hurdle to overcome to finally fix ourselves in that other consciousness fully and integrally. Sri Aurobindo has recounted the limitations and obstacles we face based on the egoistic view from which we begin this effort: “Mortal mind is bewildered by its ignorant reliance upon veils and appearances; it sees only the outward human body, human mind, human way of living and catches no liberating glimpse of the Divinity who is lodged in the creature. It ignores the divinity within itself and cannot see it in other men, and even though the Divine manifest himself in humanity as Avatar and Vibhuti, it is still blind and ignores or despises the veiled Godhead….”

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Tusar N. Mohapatra

Director, Savitri Era Learning Forum
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Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother.

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