Aurobindo's philosophical beliefs derived from and promoted spiritual experience. The central theme of all his writings-the spiritualization of earthly life-rests on his belief that God exists in all of Nature and that spiritual intuition makes it possible for every individual to become conscious of his own divinity.
Sri Aurobindo says ills of the present world cannot be remedied by new political or economical arrangements. Sri Aurobindo believes that a higher faculty is lying dormant in us which has to be developed and perfected, so as to result in the life divine not in any heaven , but in this life and in this point. one of poems "I have a hundred lives" describes the spiritual quest for the god. Says how he has to pass through the hundred life's before he could grasp Spirit ethereal(the god).
I have a hundred lives before me yet
To grasp thee in, O Spirit ethereal,
Pursue thee like a hunter through them all.
The central theme of Sri Aurobindo poem "I have a hundred life’s" is evolution of life into a "life divine. Man is a transitional being. He is not final. The step...