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“A nexus between the physical and supraphysical”

“The image to the Hindu is a physical symbol and support of the supraphysical; it is a basis for the meeting between the embodied mind and sense of man and the supraphysical power, force or presence which he worships and with which he wishes to communicate. But the average European has small faith in disembodied entities and, if they are at all, he would put them away into a category apart, another unconnected world, a separate existence. A nexus between the physical and supraphysical is to his view a meaningless subtlety admissible only in imaginative poetry and romance.”

(Sri Aurobindo, CWSA, 20: 147)

Originally posted on Matriwords:

“A nexus between the physical and supraphysical”

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