Tusar Nath Mohapatra

The Liberated Seeker Unifies Knowledge, Action and Love

Posted on: June 12, 2014

Sri Aurobindo Studies

The Gita’s definition of the perfected spiritual knowledge embodies both the calm, non-attached aspect of the Akshara Purusha with the action in the manifested creation through the aspect of the Kshara Purusha; however the Gita goes beyond the limits of either aspect by showing that they are not mutually exclusive, but complementary and not only co-existent, but able to be embodied to support one another, through the attainment of the standpoint of the Supreme Divine, the Purushottama.

Sri Aurobindo describes the union of these aspects in the liberated seeker as follows: “The liberated man has the complete and total knowledge…, and does all works without any of the restrictions made by the mind,… according to the force and freedom and infinite power of the divine will within him. And since he is united with the Eternal, he has too the pure spiritual and illimitable joy of his eternal existence….He is…

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Tusar N. Mohapatra

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