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October 2021 SRI AUROBINDO SOCIETY VOL 35.10 Singapore NEWSLETTER Journeying Within Aids Along the Way : Concentration Concentration Does not aim at an effect, but simple and persistent. Euphorbia milii Crown of thorns, Christ thorn Two tiny bright red overlapping petal-like bracts surrounding an inconspicuous flower; usually borne in pairs. A small succulent shrub with numerous stems and semi-soft spines. conspicuous central tuft of yellow anthers; borne in dense terminal panicles. A floriferous shrub or small tree. It is well known that the value of a man is in proportion to his capacity of concentrated attention; the greater the concentration the more exceptional is the result, to the extent that a perfect and unfailing concentrated attention sets the stamp of genius on what is produced. THE MOTHER Concentration is a state one must be in continually, whatever the outer activity. By concentration I mean that all the energy, all the will, all the aspiration must be turned only towards the Divine and His integral realisation in our consciousness. THE MOTHER Our one objective must be the Divine himself to whom, knowingly or unknowingly, something always aspires in our secret nature. There must be a large, many-sided yet single concentration of the thought on the idea, the perception, the vision, the awakening touch, the soul's realisation of the one Divine. There must be a flaming concentration of the heart on the All and Eternal and, when once we have found him, a deep plunging and immersion in the possession and ecstasy of the All- Beautiful. There must be a strong and immovable concentration of the will on the attainment and fulfilment of all that the Divine is and a free and plastic opening of it to all that he intends to manifest in us. SRI AUROBINDO

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 Guiding Light of the Month TO turn towards Thee, unite with Thee, live in Thee and for Thee, is supreme happiness, unmixed joy, im- mutable peace; it is to breathe infinity, to soar in eternity, no longer feel one’s limits, escape from time and space. Why do men flee from these boons as though they feared them? What a strange thing is ignorance, that source of all suffering! How miserable that obscurity which keeps men away from the very thing which would bring them happiness and subjects them to this painful school of ordinary existence fashioned entirely from struggle and suffering! June 18, 1913 Prayers and Meditations, The Mother From the Editor’s Desk In this October issue of our newsletter, we continue with surface level, plunge themselves into a deeper, inner the inner journey and the aids along the way. We start with space and continue on an inner journey of discovery. the first aid, CONCENTRATION and bring you treasures of Sri Aurobindo’s and The Mother’s words. Sri Concentration entails the bringing together of all the Aurobindo defines concentration in integral yoga as, strands of attention and letting them rest on a single “when the consciousness is fixed in a particular state point or idea or movement. We can refer to one (e.g. peace) or movement (e.g. aspiration, will, coming common thing we do in life and assess how perfectly into contact with the Mother, taking the Mother’s we do it. It is the power of listening. How well do we name)…” It is different from meditation in that, “the listen to someone when he or she speaks? Does it vary inner mind is looking at things to get the from person to person or does the quality of our right knowledge….thinking about the Divine, listening vary from moment to moment according to receiving impressions and discriminating, watching our own state of being? At the time of a waning what goes on in the nature and acting upon it etc.” attention to the words spoken, have we found ourselves summoning all our energy to concentrate Concentration is not new to us. It is an ability we are all and listen? This contemplation on our quality of born with, in a large or small measure, for the human listening will give us an inkling of concentration and nature engages in concentrated activities for its very what it could possibly entail. own survival. How many of us are conscious of our natural state of concentration? It is possible for us to The Mother says that the quality of concentration know this state of concentration? There is probably no depends on how we build upon it, that it needs teacher like consciousness when it comes to leaning rigorous training as one would train one’s muscles. about concentration. We may have observed in children That concentration can be cultivated in a mind which wonderful states of concentration that takes place so is constantly running after a horde of things and ideas naturally. When the child is in possession of what really and sensations and preferences, often instigated and interests him, or engaged in an activity which is so supported by the vital is an assurance. meaningful, we would not have failed to notice a deep state of concentration. Nobody tells the child to Finally, what does one need to concentrate on for the concentrate, no one lays down the steps for inner journey to be helped? Here is The Mother’s concentration. Here, it becomes clear to us that answer: “It is always better to try to concentrate in a concentration is a state of being which can happen centre, the centre of aspiration, … the place where the spontaneously, it is an inbuilt tendency in us in varying flame of aspiration burns, to gather in all the energies degrees of perfection and effectivity. there, at the solar plexus centre and, if possible, to obtain an attentive silence as though one wanted to In this inner journey, concentration becomes a listen to something extremely subtle, something tha conscious, inevitable choice, for all those who want to demands a complete attention, a complete extricate themselves from the outer engagement at a concentration and total silence.” 2 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 Savitri Once more she was human upon earthly soil In the muttering night amid the rain-swept woods And the rude cottage where she sat in trance: That subtle world withdrew deeply within Behind the sun-veil of the inner sight. But now the half-opened lotus bud of her heart Had bloomed and stood disclosed to the earthly ray; In an image shone revealed her secret soul. There was no wall severing the soul and mind, No mystic fence guarding from the claims of life. In its deep lotus home her being sat As if on concentration’s marble seat, Calling the mighty Mother of the worlds To make this earthly tenement her house. As in a flash from a supernal light, A living image of the original Power, A face, a form came down into her heart And made of it its temple and pure abode. But when its feet had touched the quivering bloom, A mighty movement rocked the inner space As if a world were shaken and found its soul: Out of the Inconscient’s soulless mindless night A flaming Serpent rose released from sleep. It rose billowing its coils and stood erect And climbing mightily, stormily on its way It touched her centres with its flaming mouth; As if a fiery kiss had broken their sleep, They bloomed and laughed surcharged with light and bliss Sri Aurobindo 3 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 Meaning of Concentration Concentration, for our Yoga, means when the consciousness is fixed in a particular state (e.g. peace) or movement (e.g. aspiration, will, coming into contact with the Mother, taking the Mother’s name); meditation is when the inner mind is looking at things to get the right knowledge. Concentration means fixing the consciousness in one place or on one object and in a single condition. Meditation can be diffusive, e.g. thinking about the Divine, receiving impressions and discriminating, watching what goes on in the nature and acting upon it etc. Concentration is a gathering together of the consciousness and either centralising at one point or turning on a single object, e.g. the Divine—there can also be a gathered condition throughout the whole being, not at a point. In meditation it is not indispensable to gather like this, one can simply remain with a quiet mind thinking of one subject or observing what comes in the consciousness and dealing with it. (Concentration on Mother’s photograph | Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo & The Mother ( What is Concentration? It is to bring back all the scattered threads of consciousness to a single point, a single idea. Those who can attain perfect attention succeed in everything they undertake; they will always make a rapid progress. And this kind of concentration can be developed exactly like the muscles; one may follow different systems, different methods of training. Today we know that the most pitiful weakling, for example, can with discipline become as strong as anyone else. One should not have a will which flickers out like a candle. The will, the concentration must be cultivated; it is a question of method, of regular exercise. If you will, you can. Concentrating the Attention Whatever you may want to do in life, one thing is absolutely indispensable and at the basis of everything, the capacity of concentrating the attention. If you are able to gather together the rays of attention and consciousness on one point and Can maintain this concentration with a persistent will, nothing can resist it - whatever it maybe, from the most material physical development to the highest spiritual one. But this discipline must be followed in a constant and, it may be said, imperturbable way; not that you should always be concentrated on the same thing- that's not what I mean, I mean learning to concentrate. And materially, for studies, sports, all physical or mental development, it is absolutely indispensable. And the value of an individual is proportionate to the value of his attention. And from the spiritual point of view it is still more important. There is no spiritual obstacle which can resist a penetrating power of concentration. For instance, the discovery of the psychic being, union with the inner Divine, opening to the higher spheres, all can be obtained by an intense and obstinate power of concentration - but one must learn how to do it. 4 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 There is nothing in the human or even in the superhuman field, to which the power of concentration is not the key. You can be the best athlete, you can be the best student, you can be an artistic, literary or scientific genius, you can be the greatest saint with that faculty. And everyone has in himself a tiny little beginning of it -it is given to everybody, but people do not cultivate it. Concentrate in the Centre of Aspiration It is always better to try to concentrate in a centre, the centre of aspiration, one might say, the place where the flame of aspiration burns, to gather in all the energies there, at the solar plexus centre and, if possible, to obtain an attentive silence as though one wanted to listen to something extremely subtle, something that demands a complete attention, a complete concentration and total silence. And then not to move at all. Not to think, not to stir, and make that movement of opening so as to receive all that can be received, but taking good care not to try to know what is happening while it is happening, for if one wants to understand or even to observe actively, it keeps up a sort of cerebral activity which is unfavourable to the fullness of the receptivity -to be silent, as totally silent as possible, in an attentive concentration, and then be still. If one succeeds in this, then, when everything is over, when one comes out of meditation, some time later -usually not immediately -from within the being something new emerges in the consciousness: a new understanding, a new appreciation of things, a new attitude in life- in short, a new way of being. ( ) Quotes on Concentration Then as to concentration. Ordinarily the consciousness is spread out everywhere, dispersed, running in this or that direction, after this subject and that object in multitude. When anything has to be done of a sustained nature the first thing one does is to draw back all this dispersed consciousness and concentrate. It is then, if one looks closely, bound to be concentrated in one place and on one occupation, subject or object – as when you are composing a poem or a botanist is studying a flower. The place is usually somewhere in the brain if it is the thought, in the heart if it is the feeling in which one is concentrated. The yogic concentration is simply an extension and intensification of the same thing. It may be on an object as when one does Tratak on a shining point – then one has to concentrate so that one sees only that point and has no other thought than that. It may be on an idea or word or a name, the idea of the Divine, the word OM, the name Krishna, or a combination of idea and word or idea and name. But further in yoga one also concentrates in a particular place. There is the famous rule of concentrating between the eyebrows – the centre of the inner mind, of occult vision, of the will is there. What you do is to think firmly from there on whatever you make the object of your concentration or else try to see the image of it from there. If you succeed in this then after a time you feel that your whole consciousness is centred there in that place – of course for the time being. After doing it for some time and often it becomes easy and normal. * I hope this is clear. Well, in this yoga, you do the same, not necessarily at that particular spot between the eyebrows, but anywhere in the head or at the centre of the chest where the physiologists have fixed the cardiac centre. Instead of concentrating on an object, you concentrate in the head in a will, a call for the descent of the peace above or, as some do, an opening of the unseen lid and an ascent of the consciousness above. In the heart centre one concentrates in an aspiration, for an opening, for the 5 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 presence of the living image of the Divine there or whatever else is the object. There may be Japa of a name but, if so, there must also be a concentration on it and the name must repeat itself there in the heart centre. * It may be asked what becomes of the rest of the consciousness when there is this local concentration? Well, it either falls silent as in any concentration or, if it does not, then thoughts or other things may move about, as if outside, but the concentrated part does not attend to them or notice. That is when the concentration is reasonably successful. * One has not to fatigue oneself at first by long concentration if one is not accustomed, for then in a jaded mind it loses its power and value. One can relax and meditate instead of concentrating. It is only as the concentration becomes normal that one can go on for a longer and longer time. * One can concentrate in any of the three centres which is easiest to the sadhak or gives most result. The power of the concentration in the heart-centre is to open that centre and by the power of aspiration, love, bhakti, surrender remove the veil which covers and conceals the soul and bring forward the soul or psychic being to govern the mind, life and body and turn and open them all fully to the Divine, removing all that is opposed to that turning and opening. This is what is called in this yoga the psychic transformation. The power of concentration above the head is to bring peace, silence, liberation from the body sense, the identification with mind and life and open the way for the lower (mental, vital, physical) consciousness to rise up to meet the higher consciousness above and for the powers of the higher (spiritual nature) consciousness to descend into mind, life and body. This is what is called in this yoga the spiritual transformation. If one begins with this movement then the Power from above has in its descent to open all the centres (including the lowest centre) and to bring out the psychic being; for until that is done there is likely to be much difficulty and struggle of the lower consciousness obstructing, mixing with or even refusing the Divine Action from above. If the psychic being is once active this struggle and these difficulties can be greatly minimised. The power of concentration in the eyebrows is to open the centre there, liberate the inner mind and vision and the inner or yogic consciousness and its experiences and powers. From here also one can open upwards and act also in the lower centres; but the danger of this process is that one may get shut up in one's mental spiritual formations and not come out of them into the free and integral spiritual experience and knowledge and integral change of the being and nature. * If one concentrates on a thought or a word, one has to dwell on the essential idea contained in the word with the aspiration to feel the thing which it expresses. * There is no harm in concentrating sometimes in the heart and sometimes above the head. But concentration in either place does not mean keeping the attention fixed on a particular spot; you have to take your station of consciousness in either place and concentrate there not on the place, but on the Divine. This can be done with eyes shut or with eyes open, according as it best suits you. 6 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 You can concentrate on the sun, but to concentrate on the Divine is better than to concentrate on the sun. * Most people associate consciousness with the brain or mind because that is the centre for intellectual thought and mental vision, but consciousness is not limited to that kind of thought or vision. It is everywhere in the system and there are several centres of it, e.g., the centre for inner concentration is not in the brain but in the heart, – the originating centre of vital desire is still lower down. The two main places where one can centre the consciousness for yoga are in the head and in the heart – the mind-centre and the soul-centre. (Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga) The First Step In the Process of Concentration Sri Aurobindo describes three successive steps or stages in the process of concentration. The first one “…must be always to accustom the discursive mind to a settled unwavering pursuit of a single course of connected thought on a single subject and this it must do undistracted by all lures and alien calls on its attention.” For those who are engaged in deep studies or research, this process, focused on external facts, ideas or phenomena, is one of quite some familiarity. In the modern world, with the advent of distractions such as email, cell phones, texting, mass media, the ability to focus and concentrate without having the thought process interrupted or broken off is much more difficult than in the pre-digital world; nevertheless, the seeker is enjoined not only to be able to do this with external focus, but to be able to accomplish this kind of systematic flow of thought on a single subject internally without a specific fixed object upon which to concentrate. “yet this inward concentration is what the seeker of knowledge must effect.” Sri Aurobindo also points out that what is sought here is not solely an intellectual exercise or mental training; rather, the thought must be a support and precursor to the actual experience of the object upon which concentration is being focused. “It is not, except perhaps at first, a process of reasoning that is wanted so much as a dwelling so far as possible on the fruitful essence of the idea which by the insistence of the soul’s will upon it must yield up all the facets of its truth. Thus if it be the divine Love that is the subject of concentration, it is on the essence of the idea of God as Love that the mind should concentrate in such a way that the various manifestation of the divine Love should arise luminously, not only to the thought, but in the heart and being and vision of the Sadhaka. The thought may come first and the experience afterwards, but equally the experience may come first and the knowledge arise out of the experience. Afterwards the thing attained has to be dwelt on and more and more held till it becomes a constant experience and finally the Dharma or law of the being.” (Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis of Yoga, Part Two: The Yoga of Integral Knowledge, Chapter 4, Concentration, pp. 308-309) 7 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 Concentration The sadhana of inner concentration consists in:  Fixing the consciousness in the heart and concentrating there on the idea, image or name of the Divine Mother, whichever comes easiest to you.  A gradual and progressive quieting of the mind by this concentration in the heart.  An aspiration for the Mother’s presence in the heart and the control by her of mind, life and action. (Letters on Yoga Vol. II) Concentration & Studies Sri Aurobindo says that a child can only start to apply himself only after he develops a capacity for \"good deal of concentration\" which is based on interest. This generally occurs only around the age of seven or eight: In defence of the modem system it is alleged that the attention of children is easily tired and cannot be subjected to the strain of long application to a single subject. The frequent change of subject gives rest to the mind. The question naturally arises: are the children of modem times then so different from the ancients, and, if so, have we not made them so by discouraging prolonged concentration? A very young child cannot, indeed, apply himself; but a very young child is unfit for school teaching of any kind. A child of seven or eight, and that is the earliest permissible age for the commencement of any regular kind of study, is capable of a good deal of concentration if he is interested. Interest is, after all, the basis of concentration. We make his lessons supremely uninteresting and repellent to the child, a harsh compulsion the basis of teaching and then complain of his restless inattention ! The substitution of a natural self-education by the child for the present unnatural system will remove this objection of inability. A child, like a man, if he is interested, much prefers to get to the end of his subject rather than leave it unfinished. To lead him on step by step, interesting and absorbing him in each as it comes, until he has mastered his subject is the true art of teaching. (Sri Aurobindo, The Hour of God: Simultaneous and Successive Teaching) September 2021 Sunday Activities at the Centre - A glimpse 5 September 2021: Savitri Reading Circle The session continued with meditating again on the same Book 11 Canto 1, The Soul’s Choice and the Supreme Consummation, Pages 710 to 712. It was such an amazing experience to read these lines again and again. In the lines we read, the efforts of Yama, the Lord of Death to dissuade Savitri from accompanying Satyavan are not successful. Savitri insists on having Satyavan with her to fulfil her mission on Earth. Savitri returns to Earth along with Satyavan. She has refused the highest heavens in order to fulfil the aspiration of the Earth which is indeed the Intention of the Supreme. We are indeed grateful to our Guru Sri Aurobindo who has left a treasure of Divine Vision for the human kind. 8 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 12 September 2021: Reading on The Mother by Sri Aurobindo On this day, we completed the section on Mahalakshmi. We also read the Mother's answers (from the Collected Works of the Mother dated 12 May 1951) on some passages in this section. Mother says that \"one is unhappy only when one is not generous—if one has a generous nature which gives of itself without reckoning, one is never unhappy. An extremely rich man may be terribly poor from Mahalakshmi’s point of view. And a very poor man may be very rich if his heart is generous.\" 19 September 2021: Secret of The Vedas - ‘Agni, the Ilumined Will1’- (Rig Veda Mandala 1, Sukta 77) For this session, “ Verse 3 of Rig Veda Mandala 1 – Sukta 77 ” was considered for our study. “ For he is the will, he is the strength, he is the effecter of perfection, even as Mitra he becomes the charioteer of the Supreme. To him, the first, in the rich-offerings the people seeking the godhead utter the word, the Aryan people to the fulfiller ” - Sri Aurobindo’s translation. His commentary related to this verse was read and explanation given using the following ‘word by word meanings’. saḥ hi kratuḥ He (Agni) is the Will accompanied by Knowledge and Power to achieve a task. saḥ sādhuḥ and the achiever of perfection saḥ maryaḥ strong God within mitraḥ na is a help provider like a friend adbhutasya rathiḥ and become the charioteer of the wonderful (Supreme), like Mitra, tam medheṣu prathamam to him, the first in the rich offerings during yagna deva-yantīḥ viśaḥ people seeking the godhead upa bruvate utter the word by singing hymns to the fulfiller dasmam one who works and overseas performance of the actions (refers to Agni) āṝiḥ of the striving Aryan or noble seekers. In praise of Agni - some of the powerful and important words used:  kratuḥ - Power of conscious being (will) effectively working behind our mind & body  maryaḥ - Strong & masculine God who puts forth his strength against all assailing powers, forbids inertia, repels every failing of heart etc.,  sādhuḥ - A doer of the Yoga and as a divine smith labours at his forge to hammer out our perfection  adbhutasya rathiḥ - Becomes the charioteer of the Supreme and wonderful that moves and fulfills itself “in the consciousness of the other” Summary: Mitra too as the lord of “Love & Light” is such a charioteer. Love illuminated fulfills the harmony, which is the goal of the Divine movement. But the power of Agni (Lord of Will and Light) is also needed. Force and Love united and both illumined by Knowledge fulfills God in the world. 19 September 2021: Question and Answers by The Mother; Reading on Synthesis of Yoga We began our reading of the Five Dreams of Sri Aurobindo aired over The All India radio from Thiruchirapally on the eve of Independence Day of 1947. We touched on the first dream and expressed our thoughts and feelings on the same after reading the first passage a couple of times. We produce the script describing the first dream: of Sri Aurobindo The fifteenth of August 1947. (This message was given by Sri Aurobindo at the request of the All India Radio, Thiruchirapalli. It was broadcast on 14th August 1947) 9 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 August 15th is my own birthday and it is naturally gratifying to me that it should have assumed this vast significance. I take this coincidence, not as a fortuitous accident, but as the sanction and seal of the Divine Force that guides my steps on the work with which I began life, the beginning of its full fruition. Indeed, on this day I can watch almost all the world-movements which I hoped to see fulfilled in my lifetime, though then they looked like impracticable dreams, arriving at fruition or on their way to achievement. In all these movements free India may well play a large part and take a leading position. The first of these dreams was a revolutionary movement which would create a free and united India. India today is free but she has not achieved unity. At one moment it almost seemed as if in the very act of liberation she would fall back into the chaos of separate States which preceded the British conquest. But fortunately it now seems probable that this danger will be averted and a large and powerful, though not yet a complete union will be established. Also, the wisely drastic policy of the Constituent Assembly has made it probable that the problem of the depressed classes will be solved without schism or fissure. But the old communal division into Hindus and Muslims seems now to have hardened into a permanent political division of the country. It is to be hoped that this settled fact will not be accepted as settled for ever or as anything more than a temporary expedient. For if it lasts, India may be seriously weakened, even crippled: civil strife may remain always possible, possible even a new invasion and foreign conquest. India’s internal development and prosperity may be impeded, her position among the nations weakened, her destiny impaired or even frustrated. This must not be; the partition must go. Let us hope that that may come about naturally, by an increasing recognition of the necessity not only of peace and concord but of common action, by the practice of common action and the creation of means for that purpose. In this way unity may finally come about under whatever form—the exact form may have a pragmatic but not a fundamental importance. But by whatever means, in whatever way, the division must go; unity must and will be achieved, for it is necessary for the greatness of India’s future. Reference: a video by Auroville on the 5 Dreams – Talk by Dr Karan Singh on the speech 26 September 2021: The Inner Journey: Readings and Reflections on The Mother’s and Sri Aurobindo’s Writings In this continuing series on launching upon and proceeding with the inner journey, we are contemplating on the aids to leading a life that would bring us more inward, hankering less on the outer happenings. For the more we live in the inner world, the more we would get closer to treasures of the soul within and the more that would through it lights on the outer and change everything in us and around us into its own nature of Brilliance and Beauty; Love and Joy. In the Book, On Education by The Mother, there is a 10 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 section on Psychic Education. The Mother has listed ten ways in which we could conduct ourselves in our day-to-day life that would progressively lead us closer to the Psychic within. Here are the first two points we read this day. Members who attended raised a few questions seeking clarification and some others expressed their comments and understanding. Here are the two points we went through: 1. The first and perhaps the most important point is that the mind is incapable of judging spiritual things. All those who have written on this subject have said so; but very few are those who have put it into practice. And yet, in order to proceed on the path, it is absolutely indispensable to abstain from all mental opinion and reaction. 2. Give up all personal seeking for comfort, satisfaction, enjoyment or happiness. Be only a burning fire for progress, take whatever comes to you as an aid to your progress and immediately make whatever progress is required. - Jayalakshmi, Ram, Krishnamoorthy, Shailaja, Jayanthy PROGRAMME FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 2021 DATE TIME DETAILS 8 AM Monthly Morning Walk * 3 Oct 2021 6 PM Savitri Circle by Venkatesh Rao Sunday 7 PM Youth Programme 10 Oct 2021 6 PM Readings from The Mother by Ram Sunday 5 PM Secret of the Veda by Krishnamurthy and Jared 6 PM 17 Oct 2021 Mother’s Questions and Answers by Shailaja Sunday 7 PM Youth Programme 24 Oct 2021 6 PM Readings and Reflections: The Inner Journey by Jayanthy Sunday 31 Oct 2021 6pm Readings and Reflections: The Inner Journey by Jayanthy *Details can be found in the SAS Whatsapp Group 11 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore. October 2021 Printed and Published by The Sri Aurobindo Society of Singapore 2A Starlight Road 01-07, Singapore 217755. Anand Venkat: 86126067 or [email protected]; Anand Patel:[email protected]; Email: [email protected] Visit our website at: 12 Journeying Within Aids Along the Way: Concentration

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