Sri Aurobindo  

Teachings by Shri Aurobindo






Indian Spiritual Leader,
author of numerous books on
Integral Yoga and wisdom





The Essence of the Teaching of Sri Aurobindo

Sri Aurobindo synthesized Eastern and Western philosophy, religion, literature, and psychology in writings. Central theme of Sri Aurobindo's vision is the evolution of human life into life divine.



Sri Aurobindo

India preserves the knowledge that
preserves the World.




The teaching of Sri Aurobindo starts from that of the ancient sages of India that behind the appearances of the universe there is the Reality of a Being and Consciousness, a Self of all things, one and eternal. All beings are united in that One Self and Spirit but divided by a certain separativity of consciousness, an ignorance of their true Self and Reality in the mind, life and body. It is possible by a certain psychological discipline to remove this veil of separative consciousness and become aware of the true Self, the Divinity within us and all.


Knowledge, Wisdom, Enlightenment

Divine Intuition and Comprehension

Divine Creativity

3 Levels of Comprehension

Gain the Highest through Knowledge

Osho Quotes




"If you change your consciousness, well, the whole world changes for you. It is like a pair of green glasses mounted on your vision to see green all-around." 

~ Dr. G.P.Gupta, Sri Aurobindo Institute of Research in Social Sciences




Sri Aurobindo

It is always the right thing
when it is done in the right spirit.




One of Sri Aurobindo's main philosophical achievements was to introduce the concept of evolution into Vedantic thought.

Aurobindo rejected the materialistic tendencies of both Darwinism and Samkhya and proposed an evolution of spirit along with that of matter, and that the evolution of matter was a result of the former.



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Sri Aurobindo describes the limitation of the Mayavada of Advaita Vedanta, and solves the problem of the linkage between the ineffable Brahman or Absolute and the world of multiplicity by positing a hitherto unknown and unexplored level of consciousness, which he called The Supermind.




Sri Aurobindo rejected a major conception of Indian philosophy that says that the World is a Maya (illusion) and that living as a renunciate was the only way out.



Rama Principle




Sri Aurobindo says that it is possible, not only to transcend human nature but also to transform it and to live in the world as a free and evolved human being with a new consciousness and a new nature which could spontaneously perceive truth of things, and proceed in all matters on the basis of inner oneness, love and light.

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Sri Aurobindo Quotes

Man is a transitional being. He is not final. The step from man to superman is the next approaching achievement in the earth evolution. It is inevitable because it is at once the intention of the inner spirit and the logic of nature's process.

The Spirit that manifests itself in man and dominates secretly the phases of his development, is greater and profounder than his intellect and drives towards a perfection that cannot be shut in by the arbitrary constructions of the human reason.

The spiritual life does not need, for its purity, to destroy interest in all things except the Inexpressible or to cut at the roots of the Sciences, the Arts and Life... On the other hand, it is possible at any period of the inner spiritual progress that one may experience an extension rather than a restriction of the activities; there may be an opening of new capacities of mental creation and new provinces of knowledge by the miraculous touch of the Yoga-Sakti... any power or ear or hand or mind-power may awaken where none was apparent before.



Sri Aurobindo

Experience an extension of the activities to open new capacities of mental creation and new provinces of knowledge.




Integral Yoga

In the teachings of Sri Aurobindo,  Integral yoga refers to the process of the union of all the parts of one's being with the Divine, and the transmutation of all of their jarring elements into a harmonious state of higher divine consciousness and existence. Sri Aurobindo defined integral yoga as "a path of integral seeking of the Divine by which all that we are is in the end liberated out of the Ignorance and its undivine formations into a truth beyond the Mind, a truth not only of highest spiritual status but of a dynamic spiritual self-manifestation in the universe."... More


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