We are standing at the threshold of an unprecedented change in the very structure, the very type of consciousness with which humanity looks at itself and the world. We are witnessing already a stupendous increase in our technical, material-mental capacities, and at the same time we can see the beginnings of a growing appreciation of the most ancient spiritual traditions. But the change Sri Aurobindo envisages goes far beyond both. He sees spirituality itself as evolving. What Sri Aurobindo expects, and has worked for, is nothing less than the embodiment of a perfect Gnostic consciousness. This involves a full, dynamic realisation of the fundamental identity of peace and action, being and knowing, matter and spirit, life and soul, purusha and prakriti in a new harmony of love and oneness. In this paper we will have a short look at some of the immediate effects this change could have for ourselves and for the society in which we live.
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