Re: Aurobindo on Master KH
Nov 23, 2000 12:08 PM
This sounds like a "poem" to me my friends, a "literary device" if
--- In email@example.com, "Nick Weeks" <nick.weeks@a...>
> > Aurobindo on Master KH:
> > "Once when I was practising yoga, He
> > whom the Theosophists call Master K.H.
> > came and stood before me and watched
> > my yoga. I requested him to accept me
> > as his disciple; but he said, 'Your
> > Master is different.'"
> > Quoted on p. 214 of HAMMER ON THE
> > MOUNTAIN by Howard Murphet. I believe
> > I verified that this quote
> > is from MAHAYOGI SRI AUROBINDO by Diwaker
> > but will have to find my notes.
> > I do know that in Aurobindo's collected
> > writing [Works, 30 vols] you can find a
> > poem of his titled "The Mahatma Kuthumi."
> Here is part of the poem quoted in HAMMER ON THE
> And I [i.e. Kuthumi] walk
> Amid men choosing my instruments,
> Testing, rejecting, confirming souls,
> Vessels of Spirit for the Golden Age (which) in Kali comes.
> See MAHAYOGI SRI AUROBINDO by RR Diwaker, Appendix III,
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