Dr Ramesh Bijlani 


Dr. Ramesh Bijlani is a medical doctor, educationist, writer, inspirational speaker, teacher, scientist, and above all a person committed to using his unique blend of talents for touching the hearts and lives of his fellow beings. He has written extensively for children, adults and health care professionals: he has seventeen published books to his credit. He has been staying and working at Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi Branch since 2007.

Articles

What is culture?

Essay | Posted On: 07 Mar 2019

In Indian culture, spirituality permeates life; spirituality is the pivot around which all other activities revolve.

Sri Aurobindo's Philosophy: Supramental Consciousness

Commentary | Posted On: 27 Jun 2018

The philosophy of Sri Aurobindo leads us to a future where the Consciousness of man will rise to usher in a new era for humanity.

Asanas - In today’s context

Perspective | Posted On: 29 May 2018

Asanas in the modern age have been erroneously categorized as just one of the many forms of physical exercises that we do.

Gunas - The primary colours of personality

Essay | Posted On: 05 Dec 2017

Even though sattva is the most desirable guna, it still is not free of ego, desires, and attachments.

Did Sri Aurobindo Take the Easy Way Out?

Essay | Posted On: 13 Jul 2017

A casual glance at Sri Aurobindo's life would make you believe that in order to avoid the vagaries of life he chose the spiritual path, in reality, it was anything but.

Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri

Commentary | Posted On: 26 May 2017

A poem which went through several revisions over 50 years, each time renewed with the growth in Sri Aurobindo's consciousness.

Integral Yoga – The All in One Yoga

Essay | Posted On: 04 Apr 2017

Yoga teaches us how we can grow spiritually through the work that we do, and how we can use every event in life for spiritual growth.

Obsessive Compulsive Spirituality

Perspective | Posted On: 13 Jan 2017

Spiritual enthusiasts expect growth in the spiritual realm to happen much like the one in the material world by constantly looking for rewards and convincing others of their progress.

Synthesis of Medicine: Why, How and When?

Essay | Posted On: 19 Oct 2016

How advantageous would it be for medicine to syncretize a traditional healing practice like Ayurveda, the body-mind philosophy of Yoga and modern experimentally driven medicine?

Layers of Reality

Commentary | Posted On: 13 Jul 2016

How Sri Aurobindo's interpretation of Vedanta encourages the life-enriching element of spirituality for both the ascetic and materialist in order to raise universal consciousness.

India and the human cycle

Commentary | Posted On: 05 May 2016

How Sri Aurobindo's theory of human cycles applies to the contemporary world and what does the future look like for the east and the west.

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