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Sri Aurobindo

It was my great debt to Lele that he showed me this. He said : Sit in meditation ! But do not think ! Look only at your mind ! You will see thoughts coming into it ! Before they can enter throw these away from your mind till your mind is capable of entire silence ! I had never heard before of thoughts coming visibly into the mind from outside, but I did not think either of questioning the truth or the possibility, I simply sat down and did it. In a moment my mind became silent as a


All developed mental men, those who get beyond the average, have in one way or other or at least at certain times and for certain purposes to separate the two parts of the mind .. the active part which is a factory of thoughts and the quiet masterful part which is at once a witness and a will.


The Yogi goes still farther .. he is not only a master there, but even while in mind in a way, he gets out of it as it were, and stands above or quite back from it and free. For him, the image of the factory of thoughts is no longer quite valid; for he sees that thoughts come from outside, from the universal Mind or universal Nature, sometimes formed and distinct, sometimes unformed and then they are given shape somewhere in us.

wind-less air on a high mountain summit and then I was one thought and then another coming in a concrete way from outside; I flung them away before they could enter and take hold of the brain and in three days I was free !

From that moment, in principle, the mental being in me became a free intelligence, a universal Mind, not limited to the narrow circle of personal thought as a labourer in a thought factory, but a receiver of knowledge from all the hundred realms of being and free to choose what it willed in this vast sight-empire and thought-empire.
source : Sri Aurobindo on Himself by Sri Aurobindo

The principal business of our mind is either a response of acceptance or a refusal to these thought-waves or this giving a personal-mental form to thought-stuff from the environing Nature - Force.

Be A Master
Guiding Principles for The Masters of Pyramid Spiritual Societies Movement
Meditate in the right way .. i.e., Anapanasati .. and teach everyone this same way of Anapanasati. Read right spiritual books .. e.g. by Osho, Lobsang Rampa, Castaneda, Jane Roberts, Annie Besant, Linda Goodman, Deepak Chopra, Sylvia Browne etc., etc. Exchange meditational experiences with everyone. Spend .. much time .. every day .. in silence. Utilize full-moon nights for intensive meditation. Utilize pyramid energy for meditation, as much as possible. Give-up all medicines ! Only meditational energy heals ! No meat .. no fish .. no eggs ! Be a vegetarian ! Eat according to need, not according to greed ! Eat only when you are hungry ! Spend much time in pure nature e.g., forests, meadows, rivers and mountains etc. No spiritual clothing ! No sacred body-marks ! No change to any spiritual name ! Impart meditation training to children, right from their childhood. Learn to live as Masters and never as disciples. Reject money exchanges in meditation-training programs. No worship of idols ! No worship of Living Masters ! Overcome personal problems using own meditational strength. Enjoy normal sexual lives ! No sanyasa ! Establish pyramid meditation centres in all villages, towns and cities. Publish meditational experiences and personal spiritual transformation.

Teachings of Aurobindo

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