Letters of Sri Aurobindo
Volume 2. 1935
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Sri Aurobindo — Doshi, Nagin
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It seems someone wrote to you: “I thought there is quite a difference between divinisation and supramentalisation, one being only one of the steps to the other.” I would like to understand exactly the difference between divinisation and supramentalisation. Is not the latter implied ill the former? Is not the Divine greater than the Supermind ?
The Divine can be realised in any plane according to the capacity of that plane, as the Divine is everywhere. The Yogis and Saints realise the Divine on the spiritualised mind plane, that does not mean they become supramental.
1 SABCL, volume 22; CWSA, volume 29: on
[Largest or earliest found passage: ] Doshi, Nagin. Guidance from Sri Aurobindo: Letters to a Young Disciple.- In 3 volumes.- Volume 1. 1933-34
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