Thursday, December 3, 2020

Sri Aurobindo, Essays on the Gita

 “All act and becoming which proceed directly from this spiritual force are a divine becoming and a pure and spiritual action. Therefore it follows that in action the effort of the human individual must be to get back to his true spiritual personality and to make all his works flow from the power of its supernal Shakti, to develop action through the soul and the inmost intrinsic being, not through the mental idea and vital desire, and to turn all his acts into a pure outflowing of the will of the Supreme, all his life into a dynamic symbol of the Divine Nature.”

The flower of knowledge is acting for the benefit of the entire manifestation through one’s works, and the result, and eventually the impetus, of this dedication with knowledge is a profound spiritual love and devotion.

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