International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part R
Understanding Sri Aurobindo’s concept of silent mind
AUTHOR(S): Sunil kumar MA
Sri Aurobindo who was an Indian Yogi, Philosopher, Guru, gave the concept of a new form of yogic philosophy being not satisfied with the approaches of traditional yogic philosophies. He called his yoga ‘Purna Yoga’ or ‘Integral Yoga’. This yoga aims at the conscious union with the Divine in the super mind and the transformation of the nature. According to Sri Aurobindo, It is not possible to make a foundation in yoga if the mind is restless. The first thing needed is to get quiet in the mind & is to get a settled peace and silence in the mind. Sri Aurobindo gave the concept of ‘Silent Mind’ under the notion of Integral Yoga. This research paper is an attempt to understand his approach towards the concept of a silent mind, the process to achieve it and the achievements of this state of mind
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Sunil kumar MA. Understanding Sri Aurobindo’s concept of silent mind. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(1): 994-997.