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Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo

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Last night I was trying to concentrate in bed, with the eyes closed. I suddenly woke up and the first thought was that I had been able to concentrate for long, and it did not look like sleep as there was no dazed or queer feeling as one usually has in sudden wakings. I have no experience of what going inside is like. Maybe this is the thing?1

Yes, only not yet a conscious going inside – that has to come.

The rest of the night also passed in a kind of constant remembrance, but in between I had an unhappy dream which I completely forgot. I woke up in the morning feeling spiritless without any apparent reason. Then it struck me that it was perhaps the effect of the dream working beneath the surface.

Its effect – yes. But you ought to shake it off at once and not allow it to trouble you.



1 Sri Aurobindo underlined the last sentence.











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