Vital Body and Limitations of Conventional Morality … by Sri Aurobindo … with comments by Alice B. Clagett

Published on 12 August 2013; revised

Dear Ones,

I feel that this description by Sri Aurobindo of the importance of approaching clearing of the vital body with a neutral mind, rather than repressing our sensation of it by using a strict moral code as a mental filter, is a classic well worth the read …

Link: “Sri Aurobindo, or the Adventure of Consciousness,”by SatPrem, http://www.aurobindo.ru/workings/satprem/adventure_of_consciousness_e.htm#019 .. 

I note there are points of similarity with this Catholic book …

Link: “In Defence of Purity: An Analysis of the Catholic Ideals of Purity & Virginity,” by Dietrich von Hildebrand … see “Chapter 1: Impurity.” The book may be purchased here: https://www.traditionalcatholicpublishing.com/n-idp.html ..

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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