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The Divine Life

In the last chapter, Sri Aurobindo sums up the Divine Life: our divided life becomes a life of unity. The individual remains, but there is only oneness. There are millions of conscious individuals, differentiated centers of individuality, but all consciously know themselves to be expressions of the One. Death becomes immortality because death has no meaning or purpose anymore. There is no longer need for the form to die. The form is plastic and divine. Desire based on a sense of limitation becomes love for everything. Incapacity becomes the omnipotence of the Supramental force, because it can accomplish everything it wills and in matter it can form itself into anything it wants to be. 

Divine Life

·        Division becomes unity

·        Death becomes immortality

·        Desire becomes love

·        Incapacity becomes omnipotence

book | by Dr. Radut