by A.S. Dalal
The essays in this book present some salient features of Sri Aurobindo’s psychological thought and its implications for mental health in order to bring out some points of convergence as well as divergence between psychology and mental health on the one hand and yoga on the other. In Part One, for example, there are essays that compare what Sri Aurobindo wrote about the concept of the unconscious and the nature of identification with views commonly held in modern psychology. Part Two studies some generally accepted aspects of mental health, such as the importance of mental and emotional attitudes and the nature of psychological disturbances, in the light of the integral Yoga.
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