A short quotation from Sri Aurobindo appears on p. 92 of Religions of Asia Today. Explain what he’s saying here about he aim of yoga, especially the relationship between personal experience and universal Truth. How can we make sense of the conversion of the human soul into the divine soul, or of the natural life into divine living? What do these claims even mean? Be specific about how what Aurobindo is saying here fits into basic Hindu beliefs and practices.
2 pages, typed and double-spaced. Due Friday October 16th.
[an optional reading that might be helpful to you for this assignment has been placed on Moodle. It’s a selection from chapter 6 of Chandogya Upanishad]