Life Divine

Life Divine

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by Sri Aurobindo, Aurobindo
     
 

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The Life Divine explores for the Modern mind the great streams of Indian metaphysical thought, reconciling the truths behind each and form this synthesis extends in terms of conciousness the concept of evolution. The unfolding of Earth's and man's spiritual destiny is illuminated pointing the way to a Divine Life on Earth.

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The Life Divine explores for the Modern mind the great streams of Indian metaphysical thought, reconciling the truths behind each and form this synthesis extends in terms of conciousness the concept of evolution. The unfolding of Earth's and man's spiritual destiny is illuminated pointing the way to a Divine Life on Earth.

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ISBN-13:
9780941524612
Publisher:
Lotus Press WI
Publication date:
01/28/1985
Pages:
1113
Sales rank:
779,803
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 2.50(d)

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LIFE DIVINE 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
sfk53405 More than 1 year ago
having spent more than 40 years studying this book, i remain amazed at how much more there is to learn each time i work my way through it. Currently i am working on a page by page, paragraph by paragraph systematic study and seeing entirely new aspects. it is a book to grow with and to treasure, time and time again as it widens the perspective, enhances the understanding and soothes the soul.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Not for the foggy-brained (of which I am all too often one) but with sufficient quiet and stillness (internal and external), provides a fine discipline and engagement for helping the foggy-brained to emerge from their stupor. The most precise rendering of all possible options of thinking about the Reality that our Earth (and environs) presents to us, that I have ever read. Gave me hope for humanity where hard knocks, ecological mayhem, and nasty individuals had gotten me to thinking there *was* no hope, and made me realize I am not a Buddhist.