The Mind Of The Cells Or Willed Mutation Of Our Species

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The Mind of the Cells or Willed Mutation of Our Species

Four and a half billion members of Homo sapiens are in the process of learning the futility of their ways of existence, just as one day some fish learned the futility of their gills on dry land, and evolved into amphibians. If those fish had sought to improve their aquatic Science, devised new fills and new philosophies, they would have been completely beside the point. Now the question is whether we will find the WAY, not to improve the human suffocation, but to be and live otherwise on this earth. Is there within this human body a handle, a lever, that would enable us to change our way of being on earth, just as the first mental vibration some three million years ago paved the way for Einstein and the Boeing 747? What vibration? Where, in the body? Could it be that the primary form of living matter, the cell, holds a power of consciousness or a "vibratory mode" capable of making all our present mental devices and pointless artifices obsolete? In other words, a Mind of the Cells which will open up to us new sources of energy, new methods of communication, a new power to handle matter. A new biology and a new consciousness which will enable us to face the challenge of a species on its way to self-destruction. Such is the incredible discovery of Sri Aurobindo and Mother in the cells of the body, at a time when the earth is suffocating. For "Salvation is physical," said Mother, who, at the age of eighty, dared to knock at the last door in the body, and who made the most extraordinary discovery since Darwin.

Specifications of The Mind of the Cells or Willed Mutation of Our Species

GENERAL
AuthorSatprem
BindingPaperback
LanguageEnglish
EditionFirst Edition
ISBN-100938710060
ISBN-139780938710066
PublisherInst for Evolutionary Research
Number Of Pages217
Publication Date1982-09
DIMENSIONS
Height8.5 inch.
Length0.75 inch.
Width5.5 inch.
Weight0.65 pounds.

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