This volume contains Sri Aurobindo’s most famous short work on the Divine Mother describing her nature and function, with letters on his spiritual collaborator, the Mother; and translations of some of her “Prayers and Meditations”.
“The One whom we adore as the Mother,” wrote Sri Aurobindo, “is the divine Conscious Force that dominates all existence. . . The Mother is the consciousness and force of the Supreme.” In his essay in Part One on the Divine Mother, Sri Aurobindo describes her nature and function and way of working; in other essays he discusses some central aspects of his Yoga.
In Part Two, a large section of letters, Sri Aurobindo speaks about his spiritual co-worker, the Mother, whom he held to be the individual embodiment of the Divine Mother.
Contents: Part One: The Mother;
Part Two: Letters on the Mother;
Part Three: Translations from the Mother’s “Prieres et Meditations”.
Subjects: Yoga, Philosophy, Indology