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Sri Aurobindo and The Mother on Peace

If you keep the wideness and calm and also the love for the Mother in the heart, then all is safe, for it means the double foundation of the yoga: the descent of the higher consciousness with its peace, freedom and serenity from above and the openness of the psychic which keeps all the effort or all the spontaneous movement turned towards the true goal.-

Sri Aurobindo
Letters on Yoga

Sri Aurobindo
  Importance of Peace
  How to establish Peace in oneself
  Descent of Peace
  Guidance to Disciples
  Separartion of the Inner Purusha
  Peace is not all
  The Supreme Realisation: Peace or Ecstasy
  Peace of the Gnostic being
The Mother
  Peace: Basis of future realisation
  Learn to be quiet and calm
  Call Peace
  Practise inner Peace
  Practical guidance
  Perfect peace of mind
  What obscures the Presence

In the very depths of your being, deep within your breast, the Divine Presence is always there, luminous and peaceful, full of love and wisdom. It is there so that you may unite with it and it may transform you into a luminous and radiant consciousness.
    Together you and I shall try to silence all the external noise on the surface of your being, so that in silence and peace you may unite with this inner glory.
    Then that day will become the day of your new birth.

The Mother
(CWM Vol. 17, p. 372)

Mother's Prayer For Peace on Earth
(On the boat "Kaga Maru" - March 10, 1914)

Mother's Prayer for Peace on Earth

In the silence of the night Thy Peace reigned over all things, in the silence of my heart Thy Peace reigns always; and when these two silences were united, Thy Peace was so powerful that no disturbance of any kind could resist it.

Then I thought of all those who were watching over the boat to safeguard and protect our course, and in gratefulness I wanted to make Thy Peace spring up and live in their hearts; then I thought of all those who, confident and free from care, slept the sleep of inconscience, and with solicitude for their miseries, pity for their latent suffering which would arise in them when they awoke, I wanted that a little of Thy Peace might live in their hearts and awaken in them the life of the spirit, the light that dispels ignorance. Then I thought of all the inhabitants of this vast sea, both visible and invisible, and I willed that Thy Peace might spread over them. Then I thought of those we had left far behind and whose affection goes with us, and with a great tenderness I wanted Thy conscious and lasting Peace for them, the plenitude of Thy Peace as far as they could receive it. Then I thought of all those towards whom we are going, who are troubled by childish preoccupations and fight in ignorance and egoism for petty rivalries of interest; and ardently, in a great aspiration, I asked for them the full light of Thy Peace. Then I thought of all those we know, all those we do not know, all the life in the making, all that has changed its form, all that is not yet in form, and for all these, even as for all that I cannot think about, for all that is present to my memory and for all that I forget, in a deep contemplation and mute adoration I implored Thy Peace.

CWM Vol. 1

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