Integral Yoga - An Outline of Major Aims Processes, Methods and Results

Notes and References

1Vide., Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis of Yoga, SABCL, 1971, Vol. 20, pp. 26-44.

2Vide., Ibid., pp. 506-13.

3Vide., Ibid., pp. 514 -20.

4Vide., Ibid., Vol. 21, p. 584.

5Vide., Ibid., pp. 583-89.

6Ibid., p. 587.

7Ibid., The Life Divine, Vol. 19, p. 1031.

8Ibid., The Synthesis of Yoga, Vol. 21, pp. 669-70.

9Vide., Ibid., Vol. 20, p.163.

10Ibid., pp. 162-3.

11Ibid., pp. 168-9.

12Ibid., The Life Divine, Vol. 18, p. 230.

13Ibid., Letters on Yoga, Vol. 22, pp. 98-100.

14Ibid., The Life Divine, Vol. 18, pp. 65-6.

15Ibid., The Synthesis of Yoga, Vol. 21, p. 781.

16Ibid., p. 784.

17 Ibid.

18Ibid., The Life Divine, Vol. 19, pp. 939-41.

19Ibid., p. 946.

20Ibid., p. 947.

21Ibid., 77w? Synthesis of Yoga, Vol. 21, p. 774.

22Ib^., p.775.

23Ibid., The Life Divine, Vol. 19, p. 949.

24Ibid., The Synthesis of Yoga, Vol. 21, p. 777.

25Ibid., Vol. 20, pp. 267-8.

26Ibid., The Life Divine, Vol. 18, p. 278; vide also, Isha Upanishad, Verse 15.

27Ibid., p. 279-80.

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