Essays on the Gita -Sri Aurobindo
First Series : Chapter 19
The perfect Yogin is no solitary musing on the Self in his ivory tower of spiritual isolation, but yuktah krtsna karma krt, a many sided universal worker for the good of the world, for God in the world. For he is a bhakta, a lover and devotee of the Divine, as well as a sage and a Yogin, a lover who loves God wherever he finds Him and who finds Him everywhere; and what he loves, he does not disdain to serve, nor does action carry him away from the bliss of union, since all his acts proceed from the One in him and to the One in all they are directed. The equality of the Gita is a large synthetic equality in which all is lifted up into the integrality of the divine being and the divine nature.
References and Context
|Serial No||Chapter Name||Page No|