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Vol-I

About the Book

Record of Yoga is a diary of Sri Aurobindo's practice of Yoga between 1909 and 1927.

"It has been seen that in repose, in nivritti[,] in udasinata, perfect peace and an and a are possible; but the thing the Yoga has set out to establish is the perfect harmony of Nivritti & Pravritti, of desirelessness & Lipsa, of Guna & Nirguna, complete Ananda, Tapas, Knowledge, Love, Power & Infinite Egoless Being, consummating in the full and vehement flow of the Pravritti. By the fulfilment or failure of this harmony the Yoga stands or falls."

"The whole struggle in the siddhi now is between the present & the future, between the telepathic knowledge that sees & admits the present & the vijnanamaya that reaches beyond to the future, between the force that admits & manipulates present forces & the force that aims at annulling & replacing or transforming them rapidly into the image of their vijnanamaya & ananda- may a equivalents ... "

Publisher’s Note

Recorded of Yoga is a diary of Sri Aurobindo ‘s yoga between 1909 and 1927. He Kept it fairly regularly from 1912 to 120 , and also wrote a few entries in 1909, 1911 and 1927. At different times he gave this diary different names . “Recorded o Yoga “ was the most typical and the editors have used it as the general title of the work.

During the years he kept the Diary Sri Aurobindo also wrote other materials relating to his practice of yoga . These include descriptions of the seven “chatusthayas” (groups of four elements ), which are the basis of the yoga of the Record . These materials are Appendix .

Sri Aurobindo Wrote the Dairy and related materials by hand in various notebooks and on lose sheets of paper . He used a special terminology which included words Sanskrit and Other languages , as well as abbreviations , symbols and marking, some of which are difficult to represents in a printed book. The special terminology is explained in a separate glossary. The editors have tried to reproduce the detail of the manuscript s as exactly as possible . editorial problems arising from damage t the manuscripts s, illegibility, etc. are indicated by means of the system explained in the guide to Editorial Notations on the next page.

The text of the diary entries and related materials , transcribed and arranged by the Editors, appears here for the first tiem as a book.

Introduction

SAPTA CHATUSTHAYA

I Shanti-Chatusthaya.

 

समता शान्ति: सुखं हास्यमिति शान्तिचतुष्टयं !

Samata shantih sukham hasyam iti shantichatusthayam.

Samata

The basis of internal peace is samata, the capacity of receiving with a calm and equal mind all the attacks and appearances of outward things, whether pleasant or unpleasant, ill-fortune and good-fortune, pleasure and pain, honour and ill-repute, praise and blame, friendship and enmity, sinner and saint, or, physically, heat and cold etc. There are two forms of samata, passive and active, samata in reception of the things of the outward world and samata in reaction to them.

(1) Passive

Passive samata consists of three things-

तितिक्षोदासीनता नतिरिति समता !

titiksha, udasinata, natih iti samata

Titiksha

Titiksha is the bearing firmly of all contacts pleasant or unpleasant, not being overpowered by that which is painful, not being carried away by that which is pleasant. Calmly and firmly to receive both and hold and bear them as one who is stronger, greater, vaster than any attack of the world, is the attitude of titiksha.

Udasinata

Udasinata is indifference to the dwandwas or dualities; it means literally being seated above, superior to all physical and mental touches. The udasina, free from desire, either does not feel the touch of joy & grief, pleasure and pain, liking and disliking, or he feels them as touching his mind and body, but not himself, he being different from mind and body and seated above them.

Nati

Nati is the submission of the soul to the will of God; its acceptance of all touches as His touches, of all experience as His play with the soul of man. Nati may be with titiksha, feeling the sorrow but accepting it as God's will, or with udasinata, rising superior to it and regarding joy and sorrow equally as God's working in these lower instruments, or with ananda, receiving everything as the play of Krishna and therefore in itself delightful. The last is the state of the complete Yogin, for by this continual joyous or anandamaya namaskara to God constantly practised we arrive eventually at the entire elimination of grief, pain etc, the entire freedom from the dwandwas, and find the Brahmananda in every smallest, most trivial, most apparently discordant detail of life & experience in this human body. We get rid entirely of fear and suffering; Anan- dam Brahmano vidvan na bibheti kutaschana. We may have to begin with titiksha and udasinata but it is in this ananda that we must consummate the siddhi of samata. The Yogin receives victory and defeat, success and ill-success, pleasure and pain, honour and disgrace with an equal, a sarna ananda, - first by buddhi-yoga, sep- arating himself from his habitual mental & nervous reactions & insisting by vichara on the true nature of the experience itself and of his own soul which is secretly anandamaya, - full of the sarna ananda in all things. He comes to change all the ordinary values of experience; amangala reveals itself to him as mangala, defeat & ill-success as the fulfilment of God's immediate purpose and a step towards ultimate victory, grief and pain as concealed and perverse forms of pleasure. A stage arrives even, when physical pain itself, the hardest thing for material man to bear, changes its nature in experience and becomes physical ananda; but this is only at the end when this human being, imprisoned in matter, subjected to mind, emerges from his subjection, conquers his mind and delivers himself utterly in his body, realising his true anandamaya self in every part of the adhara.

(2) Active

It is this universal or sarna ananda in all experiences which constitutes active samata, and it has three parts or stages,-

 

रस: प्रीतिरानन्द इति सर्वानन्दः

Rasah, pritir anandah [iti sarvanandah]

Rasa is the appreciative perception of that guna, that aswada, taste and quality which the Ishwara of the lila perceives in each different object of experience (vishaya) and for the enjoyment of which He creates it in the lila. Pritih is the pleasure of the mind in all rasa, pleasant or unpleasant, sweet or bitter. Ananda is the divine bhoga superior to all mental pleasure with which God en- joys the rasa; in ananda the opposition of the dualities entirely ceases.

Shanti

Only when samata is accomplished, can shanti be perfect in the system. If there is the least disturbance or trouble in the mentality, we may be perfectly sure that there is a disturbance or defect in the samata. For the mind of man is complex and even when in the buddhi we have fixed ourselves entirely in udasinata or nati, there may be revolts, uneasinesses, repinings in other parts. The buddhi, the manas, the heart, the nerves (prana), the very bodily case must be subjected to the law of samata.

Shanti may be either a vast passive calm based on udasinata or a vast joyous calm based on nati. The former is apt to associate itself with a tendency to inaction and it is therefore in the latter that our Yoga must culminate.

Sukha

Sukham is the complete relief & release from duhkha, from vishada, which comes by the fulfilment of samata and shanti. The perfected Yogin has never in himself any touch of sorrow, any tendency of depression, cloud or internal repining and weariness, but is always full of a sattwic light and ease.

Hasya

Hasyam is the active side of sukham; it consists in an active internal state of gladness and cheerfulness which no adverse experience mental or physical can trouble. Its perfection is God's stamp and seal on the siddhi of the samata. It is in our internal being the image of the smile of Srikrishna playing, bdlavat, as the eternal balaka and kumara in the garden of the world.

Contents

Introduction  
Sapta Chatusthaya  
Sapta Chatusthaya 3
Outline of the Seven Chatusthayas (Revised Order) 24
Incomplete Notes on the First Chatusthaya 25
Part One  
Diary Entries 1909-1912  
17-25 June 1909 33
28 January-17 February 1911 38
13 January- 8 February 1912 47
1-25 July 1912 74
12 October-26 November 1912 104
Part Two  
Record of Yoga 1912 -1920  
26 November-31 December 1912 117
1-31 January 1913 175
1-14 February 1913 228
1 and 12 April, 19 and 21 May 1913 240
4-30 June 1913 246
1-11 July 1913 274
5-21 September 1913 287
22-30 September 1913 302
11-23 November 1913 305
24 November-2 December 1913 324
1-12 December 1913 334
12-21 December 1913 342
22 December 1913-15 January 1914 353
12 March-14 April 1914 382
15 April-1 June 1914 444
10 June-29 September 1914 484
29-30 September-31 December 1914 631
1 January-27 February 1915 779
22 April-26 August 1915 830
19 February-20 March 1916 909
9 January-14 February 1917 919
15 February-31 March 1917 958
15 August-28 September 1917 994
14-28 February 1918 1021
3-27 March 1918 1033
20 April-20 May 1918 1038
21 May-1 July 1918 1083
24 June-14 July 1919 1095
15 -26 July 1919 1125
27 July-13 August 1919 1147
14 August-24 September 1919 1169
1-29 February 1920 1184
1 March-10 April 1920 1200
7-26 June 1920 1225
17 -19 October 1920 1239
Part Three  
Record of Yoga 1926-1927  
December 1926-6 January 1927 1245
7 January-1 February 1927 1249
7 -22 April 1927 1265
24-31 October 1927 1271
Part Four  
Materials Written by Sri Aurobindo Related Directly to  
Record of Yoga, c. 1910-1931  
Undated Record and Record-related Notes, c.1910-.1914 1277
Sortileges of May and June 1912 1285
Undated Notes, c. November 1912 1287
Draft Programme of 3 December 1912 1289
Undated or Partly Dated Script, 1912-1913 1290
Sortilege of 15 March [1913] 1311
Accounts of 31 May-15 June 1913 1312
Record Notes, 13 and 15 September 1913 1317
Vedic Experience, 14 and 15 December 1913 1319
Undated Notes, c. 1914 1321
Notes on Images Seen in March 1914 1323
Undated Script, c. 1920 1336
Undated Notes, c. December 1926 1337
Undated Notes, c. January 1927 1344
Notes on Physical Transformation, c. January 1927 1345
Diagrams, c. January 1927 1349
Miscellaneous Notations, c. February-April 1927 1352
Record of Drishti, 30 July 1927 1353
Undated Script, c. 1927 1354
Undated Script, c. 1927 -1928 1356
Notes on Prophetic Vision, 1929 1358
Diagrams, c. 1931 1359
Undated Script Jottings 1361
Part Five  
Automatic Writing  
"The Scribblings", c. 1907 1367
Yogic Sadhan 1371
Automatic Writings, c. 1914 (First Set) 1400
Automatic Writings, c. 1914 (Second Set) 1404
Automatic Writing, c. 1920 1410
Automatic Writings, c. 1920 1411
Appendixes  
Material from Disciples' Notebooks  
Miscellaneous Notes, c. 1914 1453
Sapta Chatusthaya-Scribal Version 1467
Note on the Texts 1485


Vol-II

About the Book

Recorded of yoga is a diary of Sri Auobindo ‘s practice yoga between 1909 and 1927.

“This Work now being done is to fix all gains in the lowest physical consciousness so that they may be always secure and not only presents during periods, however long, of concentration, illumination or exaltation.”

“doubt is being destroyed by the growth of the ideality samata and dasya perfected have got rid of egoistic desire and its attendant stains , the Ishwara is governing the being; therefore the time has come t establish the inner joy and light , in itself entirely , the joy of thing being merely its out flowing & not at all dependent on things. With this will come the completion of the brahmabhava by the dissolutions of the remnant s of mentality & the power to begin the Karma.

Contents

Part Two (continued)  
Record of Yoga 1912-1920  
1 January-27 February 1915 779
22 April-26 August 1915 830
19 February-20 March 1916 909
9 January-14 February 1917 919
15 February-31 March 1917 958
15 August-28 September 1917 994
14-28 February 1918 1021
3-27 March 1918 1033
20 April-20 May 1918 1038
21 May-1 July 1918 1083
24 June-14 July 1919 1095
15 -26 July 1919 1125
27 July-13 August 1919 1147
14 August-24 September 1919 1169
1-29 February 1920 1184
1 March-10 April 1920 1200
7-26 June 1920 1225
17 -19 October 1920 1239
Part Three  
Record of Yoga 1926-1927  
December 1926-6 January 1927 1245
7 January-1 February 1927 1249
7 -22 April 1927 1265
24-31 October 1927 1271
Part Four  
Materials Written by Sri Aurobindo Related Directly to  
Record of Yoga, c. 1910-1931  
Undated Record and Record-related Notes, c. 1910-1914 1277
Sortileges of May and June 1912 1285
Undated Notes, c. November 1912 1287
Draft Programme of 3 December 1912 1289
Undated or Partly Dated Script, 1912-1913 1290
Sortilege of 15 March [1913] 1311
Accounts of 31 May-IS June 1913 1312
Record Notes, 13 and 15 September 1913 1317
Vedic Experience, 14 and 15 December 1913 1319
Undated Notes, c. 1914 1321
Notes on Images Seen in March 1914 1323
Undated Script, c. 1920 1336
Undated Notes, c. December 1926 1337
Undated Notes, c. January 1927 1344
Notes on Physical Transformation, c. January 1927 1 1345
Diagrams, c. January 1927 1349
Miscellaneous Notations, c. February-April 1927 1352
Record of Drishti, 30 July 1927 1353
Undated Script, c. 1927 1354
Undated Script, c. 1927 -1928 1356
Notes on Prophetic Vision, 1929 1358
Diagrams, c. 1931 1359
Undated Script Jottings 1361
Part Five  
Automatic Writing  
"The Scribblings", c. 1907 1367
Yogic Sadhan 1371
Automatic Writings, c. 1914 (First Set) 1400
Automatic Writings, c. 1914 (Second Set) 1404
Automatic Writing, c. 1920 1410
Automatic Writings, c. 1920 1411
Appendixes  
Material from Disciples' Notebooks  
Miscellaneous Notes, c. 1914 1453
Sapta Chatusthaya-Scribal Version 1467
Note on the Texts 1485

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Vol-I

About the Book

Record of Yoga is a diary of Sri Aurobindo's practice of Yoga between 1909 and 1927.

"It has been seen that in repose, in nivritti[,] in udasinata, perfect peace and an and a are possible; but the thing the Yoga has set out to establish is the perfect harmony of Nivritti & Pravritti, of desirelessness & Lipsa, of Guna & Nirguna, complete Ananda, Tapas, Knowledge, Love, Power & Infinite Egoless Being, consummating in the full and vehement flow of the Pravritti. By the fulfilment or failure of this harmony the Yoga stands or falls."

"The whole struggle in the siddhi now is between the present & the future, between the telepathic knowledge that sees & admits the present & the vijnanamaya that reaches beyond to the future, between the force that admits & manipulates present forces & the force that aims at annulling & replacing or transforming them rapidly into the image of their vijnanamaya & ananda- may a equivalents ... "

Publisher’s Note

Recorded of Yoga is a diary of Sri Aurobindo ‘s yoga between 1909 and 1927. He Kept it fairly regularly from 1912 to 120 , and also wrote a few entries in 1909, 1911 and 1927. At different times he gave this diary different names . “Recorded o Yoga “ was the most typical and the editors have used it as the general title of the work.

During the years he kept the Diary Sri Aurobindo also wrote other materials relating to his practice of yoga . These include descriptions of the seven “chatusthayas” (groups of four elements ), which are the basis of the yoga of the Record . These materials are Appendix .

Sri Aurobindo Wrote the Dairy and related materials by hand in various notebooks and on lose sheets of paper . He used a special terminology which included words Sanskrit and Other languages , as well as abbreviations , symbols and marking, some of which are difficult to represents in a printed book. The special terminology is explained in a separate glossary. The editors have tried to reproduce the detail of the manuscript s as exactly as possible . editorial problems arising from damage t the manuscripts s, illegibility, etc. are indicated by means of the system explained in the guide to Editorial Notations on the next page.

The text of the diary entries and related materials , transcribed and arranged by the Editors, appears here for the first tiem as a book.

Introduction

SAPTA CHATUSTHAYA

I Shanti-Chatusthaya.

 

समता शान्ति: सुखं हास्यमिति शान्तिचतुष्टयं !

Samata shantih sukham hasyam iti shantichatusthayam.

Samata

The basis of internal peace is samata, the capacity of receiving with a calm and equal mind all the attacks and appearances of outward things, whether pleasant or unpleasant, ill-fortune and good-fortune, pleasure and pain, honour and ill-repute, praise and blame, friendship and enmity, sinner and saint, or, physically, heat and cold etc. There are two forms of samata, passive and active, samata in reception of the things of the outward world and samata in reaction to them.

(1) Passive

Passive samata consists of three things-

तितिक्षोदासीनता नतिरिति समता !

titiksha, udasinata, natih iti samata

Titiksha

Titiksha is the bearing firmly of all contacts pleasant or unpleasant, not being overpowered by that which is painful, not being carried away by that which is pleasant. Calmly and firmly to receive both and hold and bear them as one who is stronger, greater, vaster than any attack of the world, is the attitude of titiksha.

Udasinata

Udasinata is indifference to the dwandwas or dualities; it means literally being seated above, superior to all physical and mental touches. The udasina, free from desire, either does not feel the touch of joy & grief, pleasure and pain, liking and disliking, or he feels them as touching his mind and body, but not himself, he being different from mind and body and seated above them.

Nati

Nati is the submission of the soul to the will of God; its acceptance of all touches as His touches, of all experience as His play with the soul of man. Nati may be with titiksha, feeling the sorrow but accepting it as God's will, or with udasinata, rising superior to it and regarding joy and sorrow equally as God's working in these lower instruments, or with ananda, receiving everything as the play of Krishna and therefore in itself delightful. The last is the state of the complete Yogin, for by this continual joyous or anandamaya namaskara to God constantly practised we arrive eventually at the entire elimination of grief, pain etc, the entire freedom from the dwandwas, and find the Brahmananda in every smallest, most trivial, most apparently discordant detail of life & experience in this human body. We get rid entirely of fear and suffering; Anan- dam Brahmano vidvan na bibheti kutaschana. We may have to begin with titiksha and udasinata but it is in this ananda that we must consummate the siddhi of samata. The Yogin receives victory and defeat, success and ill-success, pleasure and pain, honour and disgrace with an equal, a sarna ananda, - first by buddhi-yoga, sep- arating himself from his habitual mental & nervous reactions & insisting by vichara on the true nature of the experience itself and of his own soul which is secretly anandamaya, - full of the sarna ananda in all things. He comes to change all the ordinary values of experience; amangala reveals itself to him as mangala, defeat & ill-success as the fulfilment of God's immediate purpose and a step towards ultimate victory, grief and pain as concealed and perverse forms of pleasure. A stage arrives even, when physical pain itself, the hardest thing for material man to bear, changes its nature in experience and becomes physical ananda; but this is only at the end when this human being, imprisoned in matter, subjected to mind, emerges from his subjection, conquers his mind and delivers himself utterly in his body, realising his true anandamaya self in every part of the adhara.

(2) Active

It is this universal or sarna ananda in all experiences which constitutes active samata, and it has three parts or stages,-

 

रस: प्रीतिरानन्द इति सर्वानन्दः

Rasah, pritir anandah [iti sarvanandah]

Rasa is the appreciative perception of that guna, that aswada, taste and quality which the Ishwara of the lila perceives in each different object of experience (vishaya) and for the enjoyment of which He creates it in the lila. Pritih is the pleasure of the mind in all rasa, pleasant or unpleasant, sweet or bitter. Ananda is the divine bhoga superior to all mental pleasure with which God en- joys the rasa; in ananda the opposition of the dualities entirely ceases.

Shanti

Only when samata is accomplished, can shanti be perfect in the system. If there is the least disturbance or trouble in the mentality, we may be perfectly sure that there is a disturbance or defect in the samata. For the mind of man is complex and even when in the buddhi we have fixed ourselves entirely in udasinata or nati, there may be revolts, uneasinesses, repinings in other parts. The buddhi, the manas, the heart, the nerves (prana), the very bodily case must be subjected to the law of samata.

Shanti may be either a vast passive calm based on udasinata or a vast joyous calm based on nati. The former is apt to associate itself with a tendency to inaction and it is therefore in the latter that our Yoga must culminate.

Sukha

Sukham is the complete relief & release from duhkha, from vishada, which comes by the fulfilment of samata and shanti. The perfected Yogin has never in himself any touch of sorrow, any tendency of depression, cloud or internal repining and weariness, but is always full of a sattwic light and ease.

Hasya

Hasyam is the active side of sukham; it consists in an active internal state of gladness and cheerfulness which no adverse experience mental or physical can trouble. Its perfection is God's stamp and seal on the siddhi of the samata. It is in our internal being the image of the smile of Srikrishna playing, bdlavat, as the eternal balaka and kumara in the garden of the world.

Contents

Introduction  
Sapta Chatusthaya  
Sapta Chatusthaya 3
Outline of the Seven Chatusthayas (Revised Order) 24
Incomplete Notes on the First Chatusthaya 25
Part One  
Diary Entries 1909-1912  
17-25 June 1909 33
28 January-17 February 1911 38
13 January- 8 February 1912 47
1-25 July 1912 74
12 October-26 November 1912 104
Part Two  
Record of Yoga 1912 -1920  
26 November-31 December 1912 117
1-31 January 1913 175
1-14 February 1913 228
1 and 12 April, 19 and 21 May 1913 240
4-30 June 1913 246
1-11 July 1913 274
5-21 September 1913 287
22-30 September 1913 302
11-23 November 1913 305
24 November-2 December 1913 324
1-12 December 1913 334
12-21 December 1913 342
22 December 1913-15 January 1914 353
12 March-14 April 1914 382
15 April-1 June 1914 444
10 June-29 September 1914 484
29-30 September-31 December 1914 631
1 January-27 February 1915 779
22 April-26 August 1915 830
19 February-20 March 1916 909
9 January-14 February 1917 919
15 February-31 March 1917 958
15 August-28 September 1917 994
14-28 February 1918 1021
3-27 March 1918 1033
20 April-20 May 1918 1038
21 May-1 July 1918 1083
24 June-14 July 1919 1095
15 -26 July 1919 1125
27 July-13 August 1919 1147
14 August-24 September 1919 1169
1-29 February 1920 1184
1 March-10 April 1920 1200
7-26 June 1920 1225
17 -19 October 1920 1239
Part Three  
Record of Yoga 1926-1927  
December 1926-6 January 1927 1245
7 January-1 February 1927 1249
7 -22 April 1927 1265
24-31 October 1927 1271
Part Four  
Materials Written by Sri Aurobindo Related Directly to  
Record of Yoga, c. 1910-1931  
Undated Record and Record-related Notes, c.1910-.1914 1277
Sortileges of May and June 1912 1285
Undated Notes, c. November 1912 1287
Draft Programme of 3 December 1912 1289
Undated or Partly Dated Script, 1912-1913 1290
Sortilege of 15 March [1913] 1311
Accounts of 31 May-15 June 1913 1312
Record Notes, 13 and 15 September 1913 1317
Vedic Experience, 14 and 15 December 1913 1319
Undated Notes, c. 1914 1321
Notes on Images Seen in March 1914 1323
Undated Script, c. 1920 1336
Undated Notes, c. December 1926 1337
Undated Notes, c. January 1927 1344
Notes on Physical Transformation, c. January 1927 1345
Diagrams, c. January 1927 1349
Miscellaneous Notations, c. February-April 1927 1352
Record of Drishti, 30 July 1927 1353
Undated Script, c. 1927 1354
Undated Script, c. 1927 -1928 1356
Notes on Prophetic Vision, 1929 1358
Diagrams, c. 1931 1359
Undated Script Jottings 1361
Part Five  
Automatic Writing  
"The Scribblings", c. 1907 1367
Yogic Sadhan 1371
Automatic Writings, c. 1914 (First Set) 1400
Automatic Writings, c. 1914 (Second Set) 1404
Automatic Writing, c. 1920 1410
Automatic Writings, c. 1920 1411
Appendixes  
Material from Disciples' Notebooks  
Miscellaneous Notes, c. 1914 1453
Sapta Chatusthaya-Scribal Version 1467
Note on the Texts 1485


Vol-II

About the Book

Recorded of yoga is a diary of Sri Auobindo ‘s practice yoga between 1909 and 1927.

“This Work now being done is to fix all gains in the lowest physical consciousness so that they may be always secure and not only presents during periods, however long, of concentration, illumination or exaltation.”

“doubt is being destroyed by the growth of the ideality samata and dasya perfected have got rid of egoistic desire and its attendant stains , the Ishwara is governing the being; therefore the time has come t establish the inner joy and light , in itself entirely , the joy of thing being merely its out flowing & not at all dependent on things. With this will come the completion of the brahmabhava by the dissolutions of the remnant s of mentality & the power to begin the Karma.

Contents

Part Two (continued)  
Record of Yoga 1912-1920  
1 January-27 February 1915 779
22 April-26 August 1915 830
19 February-20 March 1916 909
9 January-14 February 1917 919
15 February-31 March 1917 958
15 August-28 September 1917 994
14-28 February 1918 1021
3-27 March 1918 1033
20 April-20 May 1918 1038
21 May-1 July 1918 1083
24 June-14 July 1919 1095
15 -26 July 1919 1125
27 July-13 August 1919 1147
14 August-24 September 1919 1169
1-29 February 1920 1184
1 March-10 April 1920 1200
7-26 June 1920 1225
17 -19 October 1920 1239
Part Three  
Record of Yoga 1926-1927  
December 1926-6 January 1927 1245
7 January-1 February 1927 1249
7 -22 April 1927 1265
24-31 October 1927 1271
Part Four  
Materials Written by Sri Aurobindo Related Directly to  
Record of Yoga, c. 1910-1931  
Undated Record and Record-related Notes, c. 1910-1914 1277
Sortileges of May and June 1912 1285
Undated Notes, c. November 1912 1287
Draft Programme of 3 December 1912 1289
Undated or Partly Dated Script, 1912-1913 1290
Sortilege of 15 March [1913] 1311
Accounts of 31 May-IS June 1913 1312
Record Notes, 13 and 15 September 1913 1317
Vedic Experience, 14 and 15 December 1913 1319
Undated Notes, c. 1914 1321
Notes on Images Seen in March 1914 1323
Undated Script, c. 1920 1336
Undated Notes, c. December 1926 1337
Undated Notes, c. January 1927 1344
Notes on Physical Transformation, c. January 1927 1 1345
Diagrams, c. January 1927 1349
Miscellaneous Notations, c. February-April 1927 1352
Record of Drishti, 30 July 1927 1353
Undated Script, c. 1927 1354
Undated Script, c. 1927 -1928 1356
Notes on Prophetic Vision, 1929 1358
Diagrams, c. 1931 1359
Undated Script Jottings 1361
Part Five  
Automatic Writing  
"The Scribblings", c. 1907 1367
Yogic Sadhan 1371
Automatic Writings, c. 1914 (First Set) 1400
Automatic Writings, c. 1914 (Second Set) 1404
Automatic Writing, c. 1920 1410
Automatic Writings, c. 1920 1411
Appendixes  
Material from Disciples' Notebooks  
Miscellaneous Notes, c. 1914 1453
Sapta Chatusthaya-Scribal Version 1467
Note on the Texts 1485

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