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deny ::: 1. To refuse to recognize or acknowledge; disavow. 2. To declare untrue; contradict. 3. To refuse to fulfil the requests or expectations; refuse to give. 4. To give a refusal to; turn down or away. 5. To withhold the possession, user, or enjoyment of. denies, denied, denying.

denyingly ::: adv. --> In the manner of one denies a request.

denying ::: p. pr. & vb. n. --> of Deny

deny ::: v. t. --> To declare not to be true; to gainsay; to contradict; -- opposed to affirm, allow, or admit.
To refuse (to do something or to accept something); to reject; to decline; to renounce.
To refuse to grant; to withhold; to refuse to gratify or yield to; as, to deny a request.
To disclaim connection with, responsibility for, and the like; to refuse to acknowledge; to disown; to abjure; to disavow.


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   17 Sri Aurobindo
   2 Ursula K Le Guin
   2 Saint John of the Cross
   2 Peter J Carroll
   2 Howard Gardner
   2 Anonymous
   1 The Mother
   1 Samael Aun Weor
   1 Saint Thomas Aquinas
   1 Robert Burton
   1 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   1 Manly P Hall
   1 Jorge Luis Borges
   1 Ibn Arabi
   1 Friedrich Nietzsche
   1 Benjamin Disraeli


   4 Sri Ramana Maharshi
   4 Cheryl Strayed
   4 Anonymous
   3 Ray Bradbury
   3 Ralph Waldo Emerson
   3 Paulo Coelho
   3 John Green
   3 J K Rowling
   3 Garrison Keillor
   3 Emily Dickinson
   3 Abraham Lincoln
   2 Walt Whitman
   2 Ursula K Le Guin
   2 Toba Beta
   2 Stephen Dunn
   2 Sherry Turkle
   2 Scott Lynch
   2 Sara Gran
   2 Robert Louis Stevenson
   2 Richard Paul Evans

1:Rarely affirm, seldom deny, always distinguish. ~ Saint Thomas Aquinas,
2:I never deny. I never contradict. I sometimes forget.
   ~ Benjamin Disraeli,
3:People who deny the existence of dragons are often eaten by dragons. From within.
   ~ Ursula K Le Guin,
4:One has sometimes to deny God in order to find him. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, The Spiritual Aim and Life,
5:If you do not learn to deny yourself, you can make no progress in perfection. ~ Saint John of the Cross, The Collected Works of Saint John of the Cross (1991), [T9],
6:Never relax, for you will not attain to the possession of true spiritual delights if first you do not learn to deny your every desire. ~ Saint John of the Cross, [T5],
7:It is not necessary to deny the past experience in order to go forward to the new realisation. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga - IV, Time and Change of the Nature,
8:Not by denying all relations, but through all relations is the Divine Infinite naturally approachable to man. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Essays on the Gita, The Supreme Word of the Gita,
9:People who deny the existence of dragons are often eaten by dragons from within. ~ Ursula K Le Guin, The Wave in the Mind: Talks and Essays on the Writer, the Reader and the Imagination,
10:And calling the crowd to him with his disciples, he said to them, If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me.
   ~ Anonymous, The Bible?, [T5],
11:All life is Nature fulfilling itself and not Nature destroying or denying itself. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, Nature’s Law in Our Progress - Unity in Diversity, Law and Liberty,
12:The Truth of truths men fear and deny,
The Light of lights they refuse;
To ignorant gods they lift their cry
Or a demon altar choose. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems, A God’s Labour,
13:Already God is near, the Truth is close:
Because the dark atheist body knows him not,
Must the sage deny the Light, the seer his soul? ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, The Dream Twilight of the Earthly Real,
14:If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for me will find it.
   ~ Anonymous, The Bible, Mt16:24-25,
15:He [Francis Bacon] was a devoutly religious man and was convinced that he would rather believe all the fables of antiquity than deny that the vast fabric of creation is without a mind. ~ Manly P Hall, The Bible, the Story of a Book,
16:If we were to abandon concern for what is true, what is false, and what remains indeterminate, the world would be totally chaotic. Even those who deny the importance of truth, on the one hand, are quick to jump on anyone who is caught lying. ~ Howard Gardner,
17:In that absolute stillness bare and formidable
There was glimpsed an all-negating Void Supreme
That claimed its mystic Nihil’s sovereign right
To cancel Nature and deny the soul. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, Nirvana and the Discovery of the All-Negating Absolute,
18:Beware of confining yourself to a particular belief and denying all else, for much good would elude you - indeed, the knowledge of reality would elude you. Be in yourself a matter for all forms of belief, for God is too vast and tremendous to be restricted to one belief rather than another. ~ Ibn Arabi,
19:The Supreme demands your surrender to her, but does not impose it: you are free at every moment, till the irrevocable transformation comes, to deny and to reject the Divine or to recall your self-giving, if you are willing to suffer the spiritual consequence.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Mother With Letters On The Mother,
20:If you enjoy reading, writing, learning, and sharing what you have learned, don't hesitate to look for a life where you can continue to do those things. It could be as a scientist, an educator, an editor, a journalist, the founder of an organization. You only live once, and it is a tragedy if you deny yourself these options without trying to pursue them. ~ Howard Gardner,
21:Humans are great experimenters, constantly exploring, searching, and struggling to gain power over themselves, over nature, even over the gods. Through this entire struggle and self-torture, we have also made ourselves "sick," and it is no wonder that we find the ascetic ideal springing up everywhere. Though it may seem to deny life, the ascetic ideal is supremely life affirming, as it says "yes" to life in the face of hardship and sickness. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche, Genealogy of Morals,
22:And yet, and yet... Denying temporal succession, denying the self, denying the astronomical universe, are apparent desperations and secret consolations. Our destiny ... is not frightful by being unreal; it is frightful because it is irreversible and iron-clad. Time is the substance I am made of. Time is a river which sweeps me along, but I am the river; it is a tiger which destroys me, but I am the tiger; it is a fire which consumes me, but I am the fire. The world, unfortunately, is real; I, unfortunately, am Borges.~ Jorge Luis Borges, Labyrinths, Selected Stories and Other Writings,
23:This third and unknown, this tertium quid, he names God; and by the word he means somewhat or someone who is the Supreme, the Divine, the Cause, the All, one of these things or all of them at once, the perfection or the totality of all that here is partial or imperfect, the absolute of all these myriad relativities, the Unknown by learning of whom the real secret of the known can become to him more and more intelligible. Man has tried to deny all these categories, - he has tried to deny his own real existence, he has tried to deny the real existence of the cosmos, he has tried to deny the real existence of God. But behind all these denials we see the same constant necessity of his attempt at knowledge; for he feels the need of arriving at a unity of these three terms, even if it can only be done by suppressing two of them or merging them in the other that is left.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine,
24:[E]very man hath liberty to write, but few ability. Heretofore learning was graced by judicious scholars, but now noble sciences are vilified by base and illiterate scribblers, that either write for vain-glory, need, to get money, or as Parasites to flatter and collogue with some great men, they put out trifles, rubbish and trash. Among so many thousand Authors you shall scarce find one by reading of whom you shall be any whit better, but rather much worse; by which he is rather infected than any way perfected...
   What a catalogue of new books this year, all his age (I say) have our Frankfurt Marts, our domestic Marts, brought out. Twice a year we stretch out wits out and set them to sale; after great toil we attain nothing...What a glut of books! Who can read them? As already, we shall have a vast Chaos and confusion of Books, we are oppressed with them, our eyes ache with reading, our fingers with turning. For my part I am one of the number-one of the many-I do not deny it... ~ Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy,
25:But what then of that silent Self, inactive, pure, self-existent, self-enjoying, which presented itself to us as the abiding justification of the ascetic? Here also harmony and not irreconcilable opposition must be the illuminative truth. The silent and the active Brahman are not different, opposite and irreconcilable entities, the one denying, the other affirming a cosmic illusion; they are one Brahman in two aspects, positive and negative, and each is necessary to the other. It is out of this Silence that the Word which creates the worlds for ever proceeds; for the Word expresses that which is self-hidden in the Silence. It is an eternal passivity which makes possible the perfect freedom and omnipotence of an eternal divine activity in innumerable cosmic systems. For the becomings of that activity derive their energies and their illimitable potency of variation and harmony from the impartial support of the immutable Being, its consent to this infinite fecundity of its own dynamic Nature. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, Reality Omnipresent,
26:The pure existent is then a fact and no mere concept; it is the fundamental reality. But, let us hasten to add, the movement, the energy, the becoming are also a fact, also a reality. The supreme intuition and its corresponding experience may correct the other, may go beyond, may suspend, but do not abolish it. We have therefore two fundamental facts of pure existence and of worldexistence, a fact of Being, a fact of Becoming. To deny one or the other is easy; to recognise the facts of consciousness and find out their relation is the true and fruitful wisdom.

Stability and movement, we must remember, are only our psychological representations of the Absolute, even as are oneness and multitude. The Absolute is beyond stability and movement as it is beyond unity and multiplicity. But it takes its eternal poise in the one and the stable and whirls round itself infinitely, inconceivably, securely in the moving and multitudinous. World-existence is the ecstatic dance of Shiva which multiplies the body of the God numberlessly to the view: it leaves that white existence precisely where and what it was, ever is and ever will be; its sole absolute object is the joy of the dancing. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, The Pure Existent, 85,
27:Non-attachment/Non-disinterest best describes the magical condition of acting without lust of result. It is very difficult for humans to decide on something and then to do it purely for its own sake. Yet it is precisely this ability which is required to execute magical acts. Only single-pointed awareness will do. Attachment is to be understood both in the positive and negative sense, for aversion is its other face. Attachment to any attribute of oneself, ones personality, ones ambitions, ones relationships or sensory experiences - or equally, aversion to any of these - will prove limiting. On the other hand, it is fatal to lose interest in these things for they are ones symbolic system or magical reality. Rather, one is attempting to touch the sensitive parts of ones reality more lightly in order to deny the spoiling hand of grasping desire and boredom. Thereby one may gain enough freedom to act magically. In addition to these two meditations there is a third, more active, form of metamorphosis, and this involves ones everyday habits. However innocuous they might seem, habits in thought, word, and deed are the anchor of the personality. The magician aims to pull up that anchor and cast himself free on the seas of chaos.
   ~ Peter J Carroll, Liber Null,
28:The whole crux and difficulty of human life lies here. Man is this mental being, this mental consciousness working as mental force, aware in a way of the universal force and life of which he is part but, because he has not knowledge of its universality or even of the totality of his own being, unable to deal either with life in general or with his own life in a really effective and victorious movement of mastery. He seeks to know Matter in order to be master of the material environment, to know Life in order to be master of the vital existence, to know Mind in order to be master of the great obscure movement of mentality in which he is not only a jet of light of self-consciousness like the animal, but also more and more a flame of growing knowledge. Thus he seeks to know himself in order to be master of himself, to know the world in order to be master of the world. This is the urge of Existence in him, the necessity of the Consciousness he is, the impulsion of the Force that is his life, the secret will of Sachchidananda appearing as the individual in a world in which He expresses and yet seems to deny Himself. To find the conditions under which this inner impulsion is satisfied is the problem man must strive always to resolve and to that he is compelled by the very nature of his own existence and by the Deity seated within him; and until the problem is solved, the impulse satisfied, the human race cannot rest from its labour. Either man must fulfil himself by satisfying the Divine within him or he must produce out of himself a new and greater being who will be more capable of satisfying it. He must either himself become a divine humanity or give place to Superman.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine,
29:Man's refusal of the Divine Grace has been depicted very beautifully and graphically in a perfect dramatic form by Sri Aurobindo in Savitri. The refusal comes one by one from the three constituent parts of the human being. First of all man is a material being, a bodily creature, as such he is a being of ignorance and misery, of brutish blindness . He does not know that there is something other than his present state of misfortune and dark fate. He is not even aware that there may be anything higher or nobler than the ugliness he is steeped in. He lives on earth-life with an earth-consciousness, moves mechanically and helplessly through vicissitudes over which he has no control. Even so the material life is not a mere despicable thing; behind its darkness, behind its sadness, behind all its infirmities, the Divine Mother is there upholding it and infusing into it her grace and beauty. Indeed, she is one with this world of sorrows, she has in effect become it in her infinite pity and love so that this material body of hers may become conscious of its divine substance and manifest her true form. But the human being individualised and separated in egoistic consciousness has lost the sense of its inner reality and is vocal only in regard to its outward formulation. It is natural for physical man therefore to reject and deny the physical Godhead in him, he even curses it and wants to continue as he is.
He yells therefore in ignorance and anguish:
I am the Man of Sorrows, I am he
Who is nailed on the wide cross of the Universe . . .
I toil like the animal, like the animal die.
I am man the rebel, man the helpless serf...
I know my fate will ever be the same.
It is my Nature' s work that cannot change . . .
I was made for evil, evil is my lot;
Evil I must be and by evil live;
Nought other can I do but be myself;
What Nature made, that I must remain.2' ~ Nolini Kanta Gupta, On Savitri, 13,
30:The poet-seer sees differently, thinks in another way, voices himself in quite another manner than the philosopher or the prophet. The prophet announces the Truth as the Word, the Law or the command of the Eternal, he is the giver of the message; the poet shows us Truth in its power of beauty, in its symbol or image, or reveals it to us in the workings of Nature or in the workings of life, and when he has done that, his whole work is done; he need not be its explicit spokesman or its official messenger. The philosopher's business is to discriminate Truth and put its parts and aspects into intellectual relation with each other; the poet's is to seize and embody aspects of Truth in their living relations, or rather - for that is too philosophical a language - to see her features and, excited by the vision, create in the beauty of her image.

   No doubt, the prophet may have in him a poet who breaks out often into speech and surrounds with the vivid atmosphere of life the directness of his message; he may follow up his injunction "Take no thought for the morrow," by a revealing image of the beauty of the truth he enounces, in the life of Nature, in the figure of the lily, or link it to human life by apologue and parable. The philosopher may bring in the aid of colour and image to give some relief and hue to his dry light of reason and water his arid path of abstractions with some healing dew of poetry. But these are ornaments and not the substance of his work; and if the philosopher makes his thought substance of poetry, he ceases to be a philosophic thinker and becomes a poet-seer of Truth. Thus the more rigid metaphysicians are perhaps right in denying to Nietzsche the name of philosopher; for Nietzsche does not think, but always sees, turbidly or clearly, rightly or distortedly, but with the eye of the seer rather than with the brain of the thinker. On the other hand we may get great poetry which is full of a prophetic enthusiasm of utterance or is largely or even wholly philosophic in its matter; but this prophetic poetry gives us no direct message, only a mass of sublime inspirations of thought and image, and this philosophic poetry is poetry and lives as poetry only in so far as it departs from the method, the expression, the way of seeing proper to the philosophic mind. It must be vision pouring itself into thought-images and not thought trying to observe truth and distinguish its province and bounds and fences.

   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Future Poetry,
31:Thus the eternal paradox and eternal truth of a divine life in an animal body, an immortal aspiration or reality inhabiting a mortal tenement, a single and universal consciousness representing itself in limited minds and divided egos, a transcendent, indefinable, timeless and spaceless Being who alone renders time and space and cosmos possible, and in all these the higher truth realisable by the lower term, justify themselves to the deliberate reason as well as to the persistent instinct or intuition of mankind. Attempts are sometimes made to have done finally with questionings which have so often been declared insoluble by logical thought and to persuade men to limit their mental activities to the practical and immediate problems of their material existence in the universe; but such evasions are never permanent in their effect. Mankind returns from them with a more vehement impulse of inquiry or a more violent hunger for an immediate solution. By that hunger mysticism profits and new religions arise to replace the old that have been destroyed or stripped of significance by a scepticism which itself could not satisfy because, although its business was inquiry, it was unwilling sufficiently to inquire. The attempt to deny or stifle a truth because it is yet obscure in its outward workings and too often represented by obscurantist superstition or a crude faith, is itself a kind of obscurantism. The will to escape from a cosmic necessity because it is arduous, difficult to justify by immediate tangible results, slow in regulating its operations, must turn out eventually to have been no acceptance of the truth of Nature but a revolt against the secret, mightier will of the great Mother. It is better and more rational to accept what she will not allow us as a race to reject and lift it from the sphere of blind instinct, obscure intuition and random aspiration into the light of reason and an instructed and consciously self-guiding will. And if there is any higher light of illumined intuition or self-revealing truth which is now in man either obstructed and inoperative or works with intermittent glancings as if from behind a veil or with occasional displays as of the northern lights in our material skies, then there also we need not fear to aspire. For it is likely that such is the next higher state of consciousness of which Mind is only a form and veil, and through the splendours of that light may lie the path of our progressive self-enlargement into whatever highest state is humanity's ultimate resting-place. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, The Human Aspiration,
   The ultimate invocation, that of Kia, cannot be performed. The paradox is that as Kia has no dualized qualities, there are no attributes by which to invoke it. To give it one quality is merely to deny it another. As an observant dualistic being once said:
   I am that I am not.
   Nevertheless, the magician may need to make some rearrangements or additions to what he is. Metamorphosis may be pursued by seeking that which one is not, and transcending both in mutual annihilation. Alternatively, the process of invocation may be seen as adding to the magician's psyche any elements which are missing. It is true that the mind must be finally surrendered as one enters fully into Chaos, but a complete and balanced psychocosm is more easily surrendered.
   The magical process of shuffling beliefs and desires attendant upon the process of invocation also demonstrates that one's dominant obsessions or personality are quite arbitrary, and hence more easily banished.
   There are many maps of the mind (psychocosms), most of which are inconsistent, contradictory, and based on highly fanciful theories. Many use the symbology of god forms, for all mythology embodies a psychology. A complete mythic pantheon resumes all of man's mental characteristics. Magicians will often use a pagan pantheon of gods as the basis for invoking some particular insight or ability, as these myths provide the most explicit and developed formulation of the particular idea's extant. However it is possible to use almost anything from the archetypes of the collective unconscious to the elemental qualities of alchemy.
   If the magician taps a deep enough level of power, these forms may manifest with sufficient force to convince the mind of the objective existence of the god. Yet the aim of invocation is temporary possession by the god, communication from the god, and manifestation of the god's magical powers, rather than the formation of religious cults.
   The actual method of invocation may be described as a total immersion in the qualities pertaining to the desired form. One invokes in every conceivable way. The magician first programs himself into identity with the god by arranging all his experiences to coincide with its nature. In the most elaborate form of ritual he may surround himself with the sounds, smells, colors, instruments, memories, numbers, symbols, music, and poetry suggestive of the god or quality. Secondly he unites his life force to the god image with which he has united his mind. This is accomplished with techniques from the gnosis. Figure 5 shows some examples of maps of the mind. Following are some suggestions for practical ritual invocation.
   ~ Peter J Carroll, Liber Null,
33:"O Death, thou lookst on an unfinished world
Assailed by thee and of its road unsure,
Peopled by imperfect minds and ignorant lives,
And sayest God is not and all is vain.
How shall the child already be the man?
Because he is infant, shall he never grow?
Because he is ignorant, shall he never learn?
In a small fragile seed a great tree lurks,
In a tiny gene a thinking being is shut;
A little element in a little sperm,
It grows and is a conqueror and a sage.
Then wilt thou spew out, Death, God's mystic truth,
Deny the occult spiritual miracle?
Still wilt thou say there is no spirit, no God?
A mute material Nature wakes and sees;
She has invented speech, unveiled a will.
Something there waits beyond towards which she strives,
Something surrounds her into which she grows:
To uncover the spirit, to change back into God,
To exceed herself is her transcendent task.
In God concealed the world began to be,
Tardily it travels towards manifest God:
Our imperfection towards perfection toils,
The body is the chrysalis of a soul:
The infinite holds the finite in its arms,
Time travels towards revealed eternity.
A miracle structure of the eternal Mage,
Matter its mystery hides from its own eyes,
A scripture written out in cryptic signs,
An occult document of the All-Wonderful's art.
All here bears witness to his secret might,
In all we feel his presence and his power.
A blaze of his sovereign glory is the sun,
A glory is the gold and glimmering moon,
A glory is his dream of purple sky.
A march of his greatness are the wheeling stars.
His laughter of beauty breaks out in green trees,
His moments of beauty triumph in a flower;
The blue sea's chant, the rivulet's wandering voice
Are murmurs falling from the Eternal's harp.
This world is God fulfilled in outwardness.
His ways challenge our reason and our sense;
By blind brute movements of an ignorant Force,
By means we slight as small, obscure or base,
A greatness founded upon little things,
He has built a world in the unknowing Void.
His forms he has massed from infinitesimal dust;
His marvels are built from insignificant things.
If mind is crippled, life untaught and crude,
If brutal masks are there and evil acts,
They are incidents of his vast and varied plot,
His great and dangerous drama's needed steps;
He makes with these and all his passion-play,
A play and yet no play but the deep scheme
Of a transcendent Wisdom finding ways
To meet her Lord in the shadow and the Night:
Above her is the vigil of the stars;
Watched by a solitary Infinitude
She embodies in dumb Matter the Divine,
In symbol minds and lives the Absolute.
~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, The Debate of Love and Death,
34:A God's Labour
I have gathered my dreams in a silver air
   Between the gold and the blue
And wrapped them softly and left them there,
   My jewelled dreams of you.

I had hoped to build a rainbow bridge
   Marrying the soil to the sky
And sow in this dancing planet midge
   The moods of infinity.

But too bright were our heavens, too far away,
   Too frail their ethereal stuff;
Too splendid and sudden our light could not stay;
   The roots were not deep enough.

He who would bring the heavens here
   Must descend himself into clay
And the burden of earthly nature bear
   And tread the dolorous way.

Coercing my godhead I have come down
   Here on the sordid earth,
Ignorant, labouring, human grown
   Twixt the gates of death and birth.

I have been digging deep and long
   Mid a horror of filth and mire
A bed for the golden river's song,
   A home for the deathless fire.

I have laboured and suffered in Matter's night
   To bring the fire to man;
But the hate of hell and human spite
   Are my meed since the world began.

For man's mind is the dupe of his animal self;
   Hoping its lusts to win,
He harbours within him a grisly Elf
   Enamoured of sorrow and sin.

The grey Elf shudders from heaven's flame
   And from all things glad and pure;
Only by pleasure and passion and pain
   His drama can endure.

All around is darkness and strife;
   For the lamps that men call suns
Are but halfway gleams on this stumbling life
   Cast by the Undying Ones.

Man lights his little torches of hope
   That lead to a failing edge;
A fragment of Truth is his widest scope,
   An inn his pilgrimage.

The Truth of truths men fear and deny,
   The Light of lights they refuse;
To ignorant gods they lift their cry
   Or a demon altar choose.

All that was found must again be sought,
   Each enemy slain revives,
Each battle for ever is fought and refought
   Through vistas of fruitless lives.

My gaping wounds are a thousand and one
   And the Titan kings assail,
But I dare not rest till my task is done
   And wrought the eternal will.

How they mock and sneer, both devils and men!
   "Thy hope is Chimera's head
Painting the sky with its fiery stain;
   Thou shalt fall and thy work lie dead.

"Who art thou that babblest of heavenly ease
   And joy and golden room
To us who are waifs on inconscient seas
   And bound to life's iron doom?

"This earth is ours, a field of Night
   For our petty flickering fires.
How shall it brook the sacred Light
   Or suffer a god's desires?

"Come, let us slay him and end his course!
   Then shall our hearts have release
From the burden and call of his glory and force
   And the curb of his wide white peace."

But the god is there in my mortal breast
   Who wrestles with error and fate
And tramples a road through mire and waste
   For the nameless Immaculate.

A voice cried, "Go where none have gone!
   Dig deeper, deeper yet
Till thou reach the grim foundation stone
   And knock at the keyless gate."

I saw that a falsehood was planted deep
   At the very root of things
Where the grey Sphinx guards God's riddle sleep
   On the Dragon's outspread wings.

I left the surface gauds of mind
   And life's unsatisfied seas
And plunged through the body's alleys blind
   To the nether mysteries.

I have delved through the dumb Earth's dreadful heart
   And heard her black mass' bell.
I have seen the source whence her agonies part
   And the inner reason of hell.

Above me the dragon murmurs moan
   And the goblin voices flit;
I have pierced the Void where Thought was born,
   I have walked in the bottomless pit.

On a desperate stair my feet have trod
   Armoured with boundless peace,
Bringing the fires of the splendour of God
   Into the human abyss.

He who I am was with me still;
   All veils are breaking now.
I have heard His voice and borne His will
   On my vast untroubled brow.

The gulf twixt the depths and the heights is bridged
   And the golden waters pour
Down the sapphire mountain rainbow-ridged
   And glimmer from shore to shore.

Heaven's fire is lit in the breast of the earth
   And the undying suns here burn;
Through a wonder cleft in the bounds of birth
   The incarnate spirits yearn

Like flames to the kingdoms of Truth and Bliss:
   Down a gold-red stairway wend
The radiant children of Paradise
   Clarioning darkness' end.

A little more and the new life's doors
   Shall be carved in silver light
With its aureate roof and mosaic floors
   In a great world bare and bright.

I shall leave my dreams in their argent air,
   For in a raiment of gold and blue
There shall move on the earth embodied and fair
   The living truth of you.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems, A God's Labour, 534,
35:[the sevenfold ignorance and the integral knowledge:]

   We are ignorant of the Absolute which is the source of all being and becoming; we take partial facts of being, temporal relations of the becoming for the whole truth of existence,-that is the first, the original ignorance. We are ignorant of the spaceless, timeless, immobile and immutable Self; we take the constant mobility and mutation of the cosmic becoming in Time and Space for the whole truth of existence, -that is the second, the cosmic ignorance. We are ignorant of our universal self, the cosmic existence, the cosmic consciousness, our infinite unity with all being and becoming; we take our limited egoistic mentality, vitality, corporeality for our true self and regard everything other than that as not-self,-that is the third, the egoistic ignorance. We are ignorant of our eternal becoming in Time; we take this little life in a small span of Time, in a petty field of Space, for our beginning, our middle and our end,-that is the fourth, the temporal ignorance. Even within this brief temporal becoming we are ignorant of our large and complex being, of that in us which is superconscient, subconscient, intraconscient, circumconscient to our surface becoming; we take that surface becoming with its small selection of overtly mentalised experiences for our whole existence,-that is the fifth, the psychological ignorance. We are ignorant of the true constitution of our becoming; we take the mind or life or body or any two of these or all three for our true principle or the whole account of what we are, losing sight of that which constitutes them and determines by its occult presence and is meant to determine sovereignly by its emergence their operations,-that is the sixth, the constitutional ignorance. As a result of all these ignorances, we miss the true knowledge, government and enjoyment of our life in the world; we are ignorant in our thought, will, sensations, actions, return wrong or imperfect responses at every point to the questionings of the world, wander in a maze of errors and desires, strivings and failures, pain and pleasure, sin and stumbling, follow a crooked road, grope blindly for a changing goal,-that is the seventh, the practical ignorance.

   Our conception of the Ignorance will necessarily determine our conception of the Knowledge and determine, therefore, since our life is the Ignorance at once denying and seeking after the Knowledge, the goal of human effort and the aim of the cosmic endeavour. Integral knowledge will then mean the cancelling of the sevenfold Ignorance by the discovery of what it misses and ignores, a sevenfold self-revelation within our consciousness:- it will mean [1] the knowledge of the Absolute as the origin of all things; [2] the knowledge of the Self, the Spirit, the Being and of the cosmos as the Self's becoming, the becoming of the Being, a manifestation of the Spirit; [3] the knowledge of the world as one with us in the consciousness of our true self, thus cancelling our division from it by the separative idea and life of ego; [4] the knowledge of our psychic entity and its immortal persistence in Time beyond death and earth-existence; [5] the knowledge of our greater and inner existence behind the surface; [6] the knowledge of our mind, life and body in its true relation to the self within and the superconscient spiritual and supramental being above them; [7] the knowledge, finally, of the true harmony and true use of our thought, will and action and a change of all our nature into a conscious expression of the truth of the Spirit, the Self, the Divinity, the integral spiritual Reality.

   But this is not an intellectual knowledge which can be learned and completed in our present mould of consciousness; it must be an experience, a becoming, a change of consciousness, a change of being. This brings in the evolutionary character of the Becoming and the fact that our mental ignorance is only a stage in our evolution. The integral knowledge, then, can only come by an evolution of our being and our nature, and that would seem to signify a slow process in Time such as has accompanied the other evolutionary transformations. But as against that inference there is the fact that the evolution has now become conscious and its method and steps need not be altogether of the same character as when it was subconscious in its process. The integral knowledge, since it must result from a change of consciousness, can be gained by a process in which our will and endeavour have a part, in which they can discover and apply their own steps and method: its growth in us can proceed by a conscious self-transformation. It is necessary then to see what is likely to be the principle of this new process of evolution and what are the movements of the integral knowledge that must necessarily emerge in it,-or, in other words, what is the nature of the consciousness that must be the base of the life divine and how that life may be expected to be formed or to form itself, to materialise or, as one might say, to realise.
   ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, pg 680-683 [T1],
36:The human race has been weakened by means of all those bad habits, and the worst of all of them is to deny breastfeeding the child. In the name of the truth, this seems terrible, monstrous. Ancient people were very strong because their mothers did not deny breastfeeding them... ~ Samael Aun Weor
37:All division in the being is an insincerity. The greatest insincerity is to dig an abyss between your body and the truth of your being. When an abyss separates the true being from the physical being, Nature fills it up immediately with all kinds of adverse suggestions, the most formidable of which is fear, and the most pernicious, doubt. Allow nothing anywhere to deny the truth of your being - this is sincerity. ~ The Mother,

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1:Look into my eyes and deny me. ~ Poppet
2:You can't deny your limitations. ~ Mika
3:Teach him to deny himself. ~ Robert E Lee
4:Denying racism is the new racism. ~ Bill Maher
5:To delay love is not to deny it. ~ N G Osborne
6:Denying rumors gave them more power. ~ E C Myers
7:If he should love deny him what he loves! ~ Ovid
8:I will never deny my King. ~ Wayne Thomas Batson
9:You can delay but you can't deny. ~ Tyron Woodley
10:Don’t deny me what’s mine, Brighton. ~ A Zavarelli
11:I deny nothing, but doubt everything. ~ Lord Byron
12:They that do much themselves deny, ~ Thomas Creech
13:I no longer deny that StarClan exists. ~ Erin Hunter
14:Deny it to yourself, but never to me. ~ Julia Justiss
15:One cannot deny one's own Self. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi
16:We kind of deny the stages of life. ~ Chuck Palahniuk
17:I deny having taken part in such a thing. ~ Harper Lee
18:I deny morality as I deny alchemy. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
19:Sometimes God doesn't deny, he delays. ~ Shannon L Alder
20:To deny the past is to deny the future. ~ Ursula K Le Guin
21:You conquer error by denying its verity. ~ Mary Baker Eddy
22:All songs are about shagging, you can't deny it ~ John Peel
23:Call me any name you like I will never deny it. ~ Bob Dylan
24:I would be a fool to deny my own abilities. ~ Julie Andrews
25:Deny your emotions and act like you have answers ~ Bill Burr
26:about death and violence. Noah would deny it. ~ Iris Johansen
27:I'm a scamp. I don't deny it. I like myself. ~ Jack Nicholson
28:Try as one may, it is impossible to deny one's nature ~ Aesop
29:If you deny reality, you cannot control reality. ~ Rory Miller
30:I won't deny a song or a melody. I can't deny it. ~ Fred Durst
31:May God deny you peace but give you glory! ~ Miguel de Unamuno
32:You ask for such simple things, I can't deny you. ~ Kiera Cass
33:forth. You deny the relationship between cause ~ Rebecca Solnit
34:If your Nerve, deny you - Go above your Nerve ~ Emily Dickinson
35:I was not so old that I would deny my own senses. ~ Neil Gaiman
36:Vehemently denying something always implies guilt. ~ Kiera Cass
37:All power is in essence power to deny mortality. ~ Ernest Becker
38:If your Nerve deny you-
Go above your Nerve ~ Emily Dickinson
39:If your Nerve, deny you
Go above your Nerve ~ Emily Dickinson
40:I can't deny the fact that you like me! You like me! ~ Sally Field
41:Six years of denying that he’s the orbit of my world. ~ A G Howard
42:Those who deny Auschwitz would be ready to remake it. ~ Primo Levi
43:Admit nothing, deny everything, launch counterattack. ~ Roger Stone
44:but madness wasn’t enough to deny physical death. ~ Jeremy Robinson
45:Claim everything. Explain nothing. Deny everything. ~ Prescott Bush
46:Deny a strong man his due, and he will take all he can get. ~ Lucan
47:Denying Al Qaeda safe haven was the right decision. ~ George W Bush
48:Deny that lack has any place or reality in your ~ Charles Fillmore
49:I can't deny how much I want to go back for him. ~ Victoria Aveyard
50:I do not deny the allegation, I deny the allegator. ~ Jesse Jackson
51:I would be a fool to deny my own abilities. ~ Julie Andrews Edwards
52:A civilization that denies death ends by denying life. ~ Octavio Paz
53:Every time I deny myself I commit a kind of suicide. ~ Susan Griffin
54:God has denied you nothing. Only you can deny yourself. ~ Alan Cohen
55:I don't deny or affirm anything. I'm not very personal. ~ Gore Vidal
56:Who can deny that the environment has been destroyed? ~ Gunter Grass
57:Deny accidents and wrest fault from the stars. ~ Maxine Hong Kingston
58:I could no sooner deny him that I could stop breathing. ~ Donna Grant
59:I don't deny my life-style is occasionally pretty wild. ~ Sam Kinison
60:It's hard to deny talent. If you're good, you're good. ~ Tyler Hilton
61:That's life (that's life), I tell you I can't deny it ~ Frank Sinatra
62:Rarely affirm, seldom deny, always distinguish. ~ Saint Thomas Aquinas
63:Sometimes we have to deny ourselves in order to survive. ~ Tara Sue Me
64:That which a man takes for himself no one can deny him. ~ Amitav Ghosh
65:Traditional doctors say I'm a mystic. I don't deny it. ~ Bernie Siegel
66:You can't deny reality just because you can't explain it. ~ Toby Jones
67:I don't use the accident - 'cause I deny the accident ~ Jackson Pollock
68:"Pain is the only thing that people will never deny." ~ Jordan Peterson
69:Rarely affirm, seldom deny, always distinguish. ~ Saint Thomas Aquinas,
70:The easiest way to solve a problem is to deny it exists. ~ Isaac Asimov
71:There was no denying that those brothers had penetration. ~ Jane Austen
72:Very often history is a means of denying the past. ~ Jeanette Winterson
73:Any man who would deny you dessert isn’t worth having. ~ Shanna Swendson
74:I deny the very existence of that Almighty Supreme Being. ~ Bhagat Singh
75:I had to deny knowledge in order to make room for faith. ~ Immanuel Kant
76:Some may still deny the overwhelming judgment of science. ~ Barack Obama
77:Sweetheart, I have no intention of denying you a thing. ~ Rebecca Brooks
78:The more we deny ourselves, the more the gods supply our wants. ~ Horace
79:A kiss unlike any other kiss. There was no denying that. ~ Cristin Harber
80:I never deny a true experience in one shot. ~ Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
81:I never deny. I never contradict. I sometimes forget. ~ Benjamin Disraeli
82:Most men would rather deny a hard truth than face it. ~ George R R Martin
83:"Pain is the only thing that people will never deny." ~ Jordan B Peterson
84:and yet I couldn't deny the pull that I felt toward Cliff. ~ Stacy Claflin
85:Better to be cast out of the Church than to deny Christ. ~ Anne Hutchinson
86:... I deny your right to put words into my mouth. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
87:Irrational fear feeds on itself and grows. You must deny it. ~ Dean Koontz
88:Unless we deny our own will, we shall never do God’s will. ~ Thomas Watson
89:Accept the past as past, without denying it or discarding it. ~ Mitch Albom
90:How could he deny the jewels of posterity within his loins? ~ Frank Herbert
91:I could deny it if I liked. I could deny anything if I liked. ~ Oscar Wilde
92:I won't admit or deny anything...makes me more interesting. ~ Orlando Bloom
93:deny that she had the go-ahead to play with other guys if ~ Kirsten McCurran
94:Genuine forgiveness does not deny anger but faces it head-on. ~ Alice Miller
95:However much you deny the truth, the truth goes on existing. ~ George Orwell
96:I can neither confirm nor deny you are a sneaky, sneaky bitch. ~ Scott Lynch
97:I never deny. I never contradict. I sometimes forget.
   ~ Benjamin Disraeli,
98:It's become impossible to deny he means something to me. ~ Stephanie Perkins
99:No one can deny the excitement of visiting another world. ~ Bernard M Oliver
100:The mind always seeks to deny the Now and to escape from it. ~ Eckhart Tolle
101:We sit here stranded, though we're all doin' our best to deny it ~ Bob Dylan
102:      If your Nerve, deny you –       Go above your Nerve – ~ Cheryl Strayed
103:Don't argue. Never deign to deny. Meet insults with laughter. ~ Leigh Bardugo
104:Faith never requires us to crucify our minds or deny our senses. ~ R C Sproul
105:God's grace frees you from having to deny your weaknesses. ~ Paul David Tripp
106:I cannot imagine anyone looking at the sky and denying God. ~ Abraham Lincoln
107:I can't deny I'm a better ex-president than I was a president. ~ Jimmy Carter
108:There is no future for a people who deny their past. ~ Adam Clayton Powell Jr
109:Tom is a filthy little pustule. If you quote me, I'll deny it! ~ Nancy Farmer
110:Too long spent denying each other, we no longer hid our want. ~ Scarlett Dawn
111:Every idea I get I have to deny, that's my way of testing it. ~ Emile Chartier
112:I didn't deny nothing I believe. I'm still the same everything. ~ Muhammad Ali
113:I will simply deny you the crown, and..... Live forever! ~ Francis I of France
114:My desire to tell is stronger than my shame to deny. ~ Dennis Patrick Slattery
115:Sometimes you have to look reality in the eye, and deny it. ~ Garrison Keillor
116:Their love was like a perfect prayer.
Even God could not deny it. ~ Unknown
117:The shepherd will deny the diseased lamb in fear of the flock. ~ Khalil Gibran
118:To the degree that we deny the gift of life, we embrace death. ~ Maxwell Maltz
119:Accept the past as the past, without denying it or discarding it. ~ Mitch Albom
120:Believe in yourself, know yourself, deny yourself, and be humble. ~ John Treacy
121:But I deny that the Constitution recognizes property in man. ~ William H Seward
122:deny Black humanity in order to rationalize white supremacy.3 ~ Dorothy Roberts
123:How easy it is to deny the pain of someone else's suffering. ~ Chuck Schuldiner
124:I'm not going to deny the fact that I've tried pot. I hated it. ~ Lindsay Lohan
125:It is kindness immediately to refuse what you intend to deny. ~ Publilius Syrus
126:Perhaps to restore human freedom we should deny determinism ? ~ Simon Blackburn
127:12Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should ~ Anonymous
128:A lot of my upbringing was about denying or fretting or evading. ~ Jhumpa Lahiri
129:Everybody is somebobdy and I chanllenge anybody to deny it. ~ Katherine Paterson
130:Holy Terror: Lies the Christian Right Tells Us to Deny Gay Equality. ~ Mel White
131:How long will you deny yourself a life of purpose and fulfillment? ~ Yehuda Berg
132:I am not questioning your honor, I am denying its existence. ~ George R R Martin
133:Religion is a conceited effort to deny the most obvious realities. ~ H L Mencken
134:There’s no point in denying it. Anger is my faithful companion. ~ Chanel Cleeton
135:Blame it or praise it, there is no denying the wild horse in us. ~ Virginia Woolf
136:By denying scientific principles, one may maintain any paradox. ~ Galileo Galilei
137:I am too much of a sceptic to deny the possibility of anything... ~ Thomas Huxley
138:I can't deny that I desired her in that moment. Anyone would have. ~ Megan Abbott
139:I did not deny God's existence, but I doubted his absolute justice. ~ Elie Wiesel
140:If we deny emotion, we lose all touch with our internal universe. ~ Frank Herbert
141:I'm crying too hard to admit it. I'm crying too hard to deny it. ~ Colleen Hoover
142:Smiles from reason flow, To brute deny'd, and are of love the food. ~ John Milton
143:There's no denying that candy is comfort food and it's affordable. ~ Dylan Lauren
144:There’s no point in denying the truth when the truth is self-evident. ~ M R Carey
145:Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves. ~ Abraham Lincoln
146:Those who deny freedom to others, deserve it not for themselves ~ Abraham Lincoln
147:To deny the full humanity of others is to deny it within ourselves. ~ Clint Smith
148:We may not have a future, but you can't deny we have a past. ~ Susan Beth Pfeffer
149:All is amiss. Love is dying, faith's defying, heart's denying. ~ Richard Barnfield
150:Don’t deny you feel it too. There’s no goin’ back for us, Liberty. ~ Lorelei James
151:Nobody can deny there is a rise of Islamic fundamentalism. ~ Dominique de Villepin
152:People say a lie is just a lie, but I say why deny the obvious child. ~ Paul Simon
153:So much had been denied me, I reasoned. Why should I deny myself? ~ Cheryl Strayed
154:Stiff-necked fools, you think you are cool to deny me for simplicity. ~ Bob Marley
155:The logical man must either deny all miracles or none. ~ Charles Alexander Eastman
156:The way you lose the gospel is not by denying it, but by assuming it. ~ D A Carson
157:We are miracles. So don't deny yourself the miracle of happiness. ~ Frederick Lenz
158:13If we are faithless, He remains faithful, for He cannot deny Himself. ~ Anonymous
159:Anyone who tries to deny #ClimateChange looks a little bit bonkers. ~ Emma Thompson
160:Deny me pen and ink until you can plug up the wellspring of my art. ~ Max Gladstone
161:I believe in looking reality straight in the eye and denying it. ~ Garrison Keillor
162:I deny the fact that when I kill time, time is actually killing me ~ Eric Gamalinda
163:I didn't kill that man and if you say I did I'll deny everything. ~ Albert Einstein
164:If you deny yourself commitment, what can you do with your life? ~ Harvey Fierstein
165:Invent nothing, deny nothing, speak up, stand up, stay out of school. ~ David Mamet
166:Quite simply, when we deny our children nature, we deny them beauty. ~ Richard Louv
167:The war is now the story of our lives, and there’s no denying it ~ Mary Ann Shaffer
168:Today I choose to feel life, not to deny my humanity but embrace it. ~ Kevyn Aucoin
169:wanting her made him selfish, but loving her demanded he deny himself. ~ Amy Harmon
170:And even with science there is faith. Dumb scientists just deny this. ~ Sarah Noffke
171:I think people deny themselves by putting themselves into categories. ~ Alan Cumming
172:There's no denying the public's appetite for cosmic discovery. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
173:There was no good reason to deny innocent people a safe place to live. ~ Nadia Murad
174:We confess our faults in the plural, and deny them in the singular. ~ Fulke Greville
175:You can deny what you feel with your words but your heart is still mine. ~ Anonymous
176:God is a presence that I can never define but I could never deny. ~ John Shelby Spong
177:I am too much of a skeptic to deny the possibility of anything. ~ Thomas Henry Huxley
178:I believe in looking reality straight in the eye and denying it... ~ Garrison Keillor
179:Nobody will deny that there is at least some roughness everywhere ~ Benoit Mandelbrot
180:We can't coherently deny, or even decline to affirm, that we are free. ~ Allen W Wood
181:Whenever you deny the hand of Justice, Violence almost always steps in. ~ Suzy Kassem
182:Words can fertilize space now and then; don't deny yourself becoming enriched. ~ Rumi
183:deny Black women control over critical decisions about their bodies. ~ Dorothy Roberts
184:Deny your nature, and it will erupt in some other, uglier way. ~ Christopher McDougall
185:I am not sure what this love will do to me, but I will not deny it. ~ Roseanna M White
186:If your Nerve, deny you –       Go above your Nerve – EMILY DICKINSON ~ Cheryl Strayed
187:Look how these people live. Never forget what they choose to deny you.” I ~ Roxane Gay
188:That money talks, I'll not deny, I heard it once: It said, 'Goodbye'. ~ Richard Armour
189:The Gods are unkind and deny us knowledge of what the future holds ~ Peter L Bernstein
190:The more we deny that we have a dark side, the more power it has over us. ~ Sheryl Lee
191:There’s no denying that we’re a species with a sweet tooth for sex. ~ Christopher Ryan
192:To belong to one was to deny himself the privilege of belonging to all. ~ Pearl S Buck
193:To deny the freedom of the will is to make morality impossible. ~ James Anthony Froude
194:Avoiding the doctrine of Hell is one step away from denying it altogether. ~ Mark Dever
195:Happiness is the temporary result of denying the knowledge one already has. ~ Sara Gran
196:How valiant to deny the importance of money when it is had in abundance. ~ Astra Taylor
197:I am able to love my God because He gives me freedom to deny Him. ~ Rabindranath Tagore
198:If I deny myself something, I just get resentful, so what's the point? ~ Vanessa Marcil
199:Of course he had been loving Gerald all along, and all along denying it. ~ D H Lawrence
200:Science does not deny religion, it just offers a simpler alternative. ~ Stephen Hawking
201:there was no denying her smile. That smile could end wars and cure cancer. ~ John Green
202:To deny a man a job is to say that a man has no right to exist. ~ Martin Luther King Jr
203:To deny me the right to err is therefore to deny me the right to believe. ~ Sidney Hook
204:To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity. ~ Nelson Mandela
205:We like each other. We do. It’s stupid that we keep denying it. ~ Jennifer L Armentrout
206:Whenever someone tries to deny the truth, ultimately, reality betrays him. ~ Greg Koukl
207:who could deny the Pope when he held the keys of heaven in his hand? ~ Philippa Gregory
208:You will then ignore, deny, or sabotage the positive in your life. This ~ Eckhart Tolle
209:Denying the undeniable just makes you sound like a fool as well as a liar. ~ Ally Carter
210:I’ll always deny that I kissed her. I was just whispering into her mouth. ~ Stephen Dunn
211:I think that it is our intention to deny cancer any control over us. ~ Elizabeth Edwards
212:Life was indeed cruel; but it was better to glorify the Will than deny it. ~ John N Gray
213:One cannot deny the humanity of another without diminishing one's own. ~ James A Baldwin
214:Shutting down is denial. When you deny the past, you will repeat it. ~ Patricia Cornwell
215:There's no denying it now. I'm in the world. And, too, the world is in me. ~ Nicola Yoon
216:Cake is one of life's great wonders, and who would deny wonder to a child? ~ Lauren Child
217:Coffee Fuck you, coffee IS TOO a virtue. Do not deny me this. Do not dare! ~ Chuck Wendig
218:holding tight, denying the fact that eventually we all had to let go. ~ Maggie Stiefvater
219:I decided a while ago not to deny myself the simpler pleasures of existence. ~ John Green
220:No unborn baby has ever had the right to choose or deny its own destruction. ~ R C Sproul
221:Pain is only bearable if we know it will end, not if we deny it exists. ~ Viktor E Frankl
222:There is no greater violence than to deny the dreams of our children. ~ Kailash Satyarthi
223:There's nothing wrong with being gay, so to deny it is to make a judgment. ~ Keanu Reeves
224:When a man denies the power of women, he is denying his own subconscious. ~ Amrita Pritam
225:You may attack royalty, or deny its will, but you must never, never ignore it ~ Emma Bull
226:Climate change is so unimaginable that most Americans deny it's happening. ~ David Swanson
227:Desire, Beatriz had written, was what a man will deny himself until he can't. ~ Idra Novey
228:If you say you're not a feminist, you're almost denying your own existence. ~ Margaret Cho
229:So much organized religion, in my opinion, ends up being life-denying. ~ John Shelby Spong
230:The act of language or the act of denying language carries its own heaviness. ~ Leni Zumas
231:The essential business of language is to assert or deny facts. Given ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein
232:To deny this is to deny our own heritage, our own spirit, and our own souls. ~ John Denver
233:Virtue is not about what you deny yourself, but what you make of yourself. ~ Eric Greitens
234:Whenever someone tries to deny the truth, ultimately, reality betrays him. ~ Gregory Koukl
235:When those in power deny you of freedom the only path to freedom is power ~ Nelson Mandela
236:When we are unable to receive, we deny someone else the pleasure of giving. ~ Paulo Coelho
237:Yes,” he said, “intelligence does enable you to deny facts you dislike. ~ Octavia E Butler
238:But if we are always on, we may deny ourselves the rewards of solitude. THE ~ Sherry Turkle
239:but there was no denying her smile. That smile could end wars and cure cancer. ~ John Green
240:Deny your weakness, and you will never realize God's strength in you. ~ Joni Eareckson Tada
241:Half of humanity has been accepting the inner world but denying the outer world. ~ Rajneesh
242:I’ll always deny that I kissed her.
I was just whispering into her mouth. ~ Stephen Dunn
243:Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. ~ Edward Bulwer Lytton 1st Baron Lytton
244:That part of us that we trap in our dreams and deny in daylight hours. ~ Laurell K Hamilton
245:Why waste your final hours racing about your cage denying you're a squirrel? ~ Ray Bradbury
246:Anyone who says there is not a change in weather patterns is denying reality. ~ Andrew Cuomo
247:A whole lot of the way identity politics has gone seems to me to deny empathy. ~ Cleve Jones
248:Breath play. Denying oxygen to the brain, increasing the sense of pleasure. ~ Laurelin Paige
249:no denying that he trusted him. “Criminal charges?” Rae squeaked out. “What’s ~ Caisey Quinn
250:nothing good ever comes out of denying the truth about our situation. ~ Sarah Ban Breathnach
251:Photographs that transcend but do not deny their literal situation appeal to me. ~ Sam Abell
252:She wanted you to move forward without regrets, not to deny the past entirely. ~ Kate Morton
253:What you consciously affirm, you must not mentally deny a few moments later. ~ Joseph Murphy
254:When you make something you are always offering some choices and denying others. ~ Brian Eno
255:You deny them hope... You are telling them that Jesus loves them, but not much. ~ Harper Lee
256:      If your Nerve, deny you –       Go above your Nerve – EMILY DICKINSON ~ Cheryl Strayed
257:An artist cannot deny art, nor would he want to. A lover cannot deny love. ~ Raymond Chandler
258:Attempting to follow Him without denying the self is the root of all failures. ~ Watchman Nee
259:By reading this message you are denying its existence and implying consent. ~ Gary Shteyngart
260:Deny your nature and you stand naked before the danger with your eyes closed. ~ Mario Acevedo
261:If we deny our anger, our pain, our ambition, or our goodness, we will suffer. ~ M Scott Peck
262:If we try to deny the darkness in our souls then we'll become completely dark. ~ Ray Bradbury
263:I'm not denyin' the women are foolish. God Almighty made 'em to match the men. ~ George Eliot
264:I most certainly can deny it. Of course, if I did, I'd be lying." Mairelon ~ Patricia C Wrede
265:People who are self-denying and selfless have little to offer to others. ~ Robert W Firestone
266:We can deny everything, except that we have the possibility of being better. ~ Dalai Lama XIV
267:We emerge into the light not by denying our pain, but by walking through it. ~ Joan Borysenko
268:We have a deep interest in denying the forms of oppression which benefit us. ~ Robin DiAngelo
269:Well, I am denying it. You think the world revolves around sex. It’s pathetic. ~ Clive Barker
270:You become a changed person when you face the reaper and deny him your soul. ~ Martha Sweeney
271:How can we be able to live our lives if we deny the one who we truly love? ~ Madeleine Wickham
272:Never deny a diagnosis, but do deny the negative verdict that may go with it. ~ Norman Cousins
273:The man deserved his fate, deny it who can; yes, but the fate did not deserve the man. ~ Plato
274:There was no use denying anything to a woman, for she would have her way. ~ Arthur Conan Doyle
275:This is how we girls are. At times we want to be wanted, even when we deny it. ~ Chetan Bhagat
276:Those who deny the science or choose excuses over action are playing with fire. ~ John F Kerry
277:To explode a myth is accordingly not to deny the facts but to re-allocate them. ~ Gilbert Ryle
278:We cannot discuss human rights, when we are denying people the right to live. ~ Ravi Zacharias
279:You are the most honest, good thing I’ve ever had. I won’t deny it to anyone. ~ Mariana Zapata
280:If you do not learn to deny yourself, you can make no progress in perfection. ~ Juan de la Cruz
281:Real 'imaan' is faith in humanity, so those who deny goodness are kafirs. ~ Asghar Ali Engineer
282:Stop lying to yourself. When we deny our own truth, we deny our own potential. ~ Steve Maraboli
283:The mere possibility provides no warrant for denying what I clearly grasp. ~ William Lane Craig
284:The multitude of the sick shall not make us deny the existence of health. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
285:There was no denying the fact that there was a certain excitement in the air. ~ William Goldman
286:This is worse than denying him. I thought the worst of him. Like everybody else. ~ Angie Thomas
287:When he looked at her she felt alive, vibrant, and unable to deny him anything. ~ Ruth Cardello
288:Would you deny your son or your daughter the ecstasy of finding someone to love? ~ Maya Angelou
289:Wrong people are wrong because they use their freedom to deny it to others. ~ William A Dembski
290:Every time we deny ourselves in order to serve someone else, we grow in Christ. ~ David Jeremiah
291:This is something you can't deny. You belong with me. You're mine. ~ Colleen Houck
292:Patriotic duty and the disease of nationalism lure us to deny our common humanity ~ Chris Hedges
293:Real humility is not about denying the gifts you are offered; it is accepting them. ~ Alan Cohen
294:Seeing too much to deny and too little to be sure, I am in a state to be pitied. ~ Blaise Pascal
295:We can deny reality, but we can't deny the consequences of denying reality. ~ Richard Paul Evans
296:You can learn great things from your mistakes when you aren’t busy denying them. ~ Stephen Covey
297:Be grateful for your immorality, but do not deny them the honor of their mortality. ~ Chloe Neill
298:Courtesy dictates that we offer fellow wizards the opportunity of denying us entry. ~ J K Rowling
299:I do not deny I brought most of my notoriety on myself, nor do I apologize for it. ~ Billy Carter
300:It is always easier to believe than to deny. Our minds are naturally affirmative ~ John Burroughs
301:One merit of poetry few persons will deny: it says more and in fewer words than prose. ~ Voltaire
302:Riding on the coat tails of another is denying your ability to lead your own life. ~ Truth Devour
303:Thinking a man good, we risk his duplicity. Thinking a man bad, we deny sanctuary. ~ Ray Bradbury
304:To deny our pasts is to burn the bridge we must cross to self-understanding. ~ Richard Paul Evans
305:To deny, to believe, and to doubt well, are to a man what the race is to a horse. ~ Blaise Pascal
306:When politicians deny anything fiercely, there is a good chance that it will happen. ~ Semir Zeki
307:All women like to have their clothes admired, and those that deny it are lying. ~ Carolina Herrera
308:Even when someone hurts you, you choose how to struggle, resist, deny and receive. ~ Bryant McGill
309:It is always easier to believe than to deny. Our minds are naturally affirmative. ~ John Burroughs
310:Never, for the sake of peace and quiet, deny your own experience or convictions ~ Dag Hammarskj ld
311:Repentance is but a denying of our will, and an opposition of our fantasies. ~ Michel de Montaigne
312:Romeo, Romeo. Wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name. ~ William Shakespeare
313:There is no freedom on earth or in any star for those who deny freedom to others. ~ Elbert Hubbard
314:A man must not deny his manifest abilities, for that is to evade his obligations. ~ William Feather
315:Never, for the sake of peace and quiet, deny your own experience or convictions. ~ Dag Hammarskjold
316:One bipartisan policy tradition is to deny Americans the use of our own resources. ~ Harold Ford Jr
317:Rumors spread fast, and they grow. I know. You want to either deny them, or disarm them ~ L J Smith
318:To seek Truth is to deny Truth to being with. To seek Truth is to avoid Truth, constantly. ~ Adi Da
319:And despite the fact that I routinely tried to deny it, I felt something for him ~ Becca Fitzpatrick
320:If I cover my head with my hands, it means deny the ball to the opponent's ball handler. ~ Don Meyer
321:I'm not denying that he's a terrific guy, but I'm not sure he's terrific for me. ~ Lauren Weisberger
322:Love is essentially self-denying; it seeks God's interests, our fellow-believer's good. ~ D A Carson
323:Not to know how to deny our soul its own wishes, is to foment a very hot-bed of vices. ~ Philip Neri
324:People who deny the existence of dragons are often eaten by dragons. From within. ~ Ursula K Le Guin
325:We fill our days with ongoing connection, denying ourselves time to think and dream. ~ Sherry Turkle
326:What could begin to deny self, if there were not something in man different from self? ~ William Law
327:you shouldn’t deny a reality just because you don’t have the evidence for it yet. ~ Eva Garc a S enz
328:Abstainer: a weak person who yields to the temptation of denying himself a pleasure. ~ Ambrose Bierce
329:All deliberate change comes first from denying the logic that earlier gave you comfort. ~ Mike Dooley
330:Deny yourself! You must deny yourself! That is the song that never ends. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
331:No man who knows aught, can be so stupid to deny that all men naturally were born free. ~ John Milton
332:To emphasize the afterlife is to deny life. To concentrate on heaven is to create hell. ~ Tom Robbins
333:We are attracted to people who express the qualities we deny or repress in ourselves. ~ Shakti Gawain
334:Change is necessary and, deny it as we may, in the end change is always inevitable. ~ Frances Hardinge
335:DENYING THAT A BAD THING has happened is easy. Then something happens: you remember. ~ Rachel Thompson
336:How could you treat a Negro as equal in war and then deny him equality during times of ~ Ralph Ellison
337:I can’t deny that there’s a part of me that finds the idea of meeting Kamal thrilling. ~ Paula Hawkins
338:Leaders do not avoid, repress, or deny conflict, but rather see it as an opportunity ~ Warren G Bennis
339:You can’t deny you ever loved them, love them still, even if loving them causes you pain. ~ Judy Blume
340:Habits were hard to break. Habits born out of fear were nearly impossible to deny. It ~ Teresa Gabelman
341:If you do not learn to deny yourself, you can make no progress in perfection. ~ Saint John of the Cross
342:it was characteristic of men to deny hunger once their appetite were satisfied ~ Gabriel Garc a M rquez
343:Love refuses to deny or dismantle another’s perspective simply because I don’t share it. ~ Jen Hatmaker
344:No one can deny, this love I have inside, and I'll give it all to you, my endless love. ~ Lionel Richie
345:Once you've danced, you always dance. You can't deny the gifts that God sends your way ~ Judith Jamison
346:People who deny the existence of dragons are often eaten by dragons. From within.
   ~ Ursula K Le Guin,
347:The same people who can deny others everything are famous for refusing themselves nothing. ~ Leigh Hunt
348:They who deny God have not seen Him. ~ Agni Yoga, Leaves of Morya’s Garden II, Illumination 180, (1924)
349:To deny the darkness of the soul is to be but half a human being. But we had both sides. ~ Ray Manzarek
350:When you stubbornly give one man a chance, you arbitrarily deny it to another one. ~ Simone de Beauvoir
351:Who'd deny a poor cripple his cane?
"If the cripple is you, then any man with sense. ~ Leigh Bardugo
352:ABSTAINER, n. A weak person who yields to the temptation of denying himself a pleasure. ~ Ambrose Bierce
353:Denying the lines on our faces makes a comment about age and wisdom I don't care to make. ~ Debra Winger
354:Don't use the hardships of your past as excuses to deny the possibilities of your future. ~ Robin Sharma
355:Fools cannot bear to have anyone over them, and so they ignore God or deny he exists. ~ Timothy J Keller
356:Hospitality has a hidden power that is difficult to explain but even harder to deny. ~ Margaret Feinberg
357:However insistently the blind may deny the existence of the sun, they cannot annihilate it. ~ D T Suzuki
358:I cannot give active support in the war effort without denying a life-time of practice. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
359:I concurred with Job! I was not denying His existence, but I doubted His absolute justice. ~ Elie Wiesel
360:I don't think anyone will deny that girls are academically superior as a group. ~ Christina Hoff Sommers
361:Is there anyone who is not realizing the Self? Does anyone deny his own existence? ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi
362:Never deny passion, for that is to deny Who You Are, and Who You Truly Want To Be. ~ Neale Donald Walsch
363:There is no denying the lesson these numbers teach us. The future is going to be expensive. ~ David Bach
364:To neglect the wise sayings of great thinkers is to deny ourselves the truest education. ~ William James
365:But we don't get over grief by denying it. We have to feel it. We have to give it its due. ~ Claudia Gray
366:Concealing or denying evil is like allowing a wound to keep bleeding without bandaging it. ~ Pope Francis
367:For all of his flaws, I could not deny the lifetime of love and devotion he’d given to me. ~ Kelly Rimmer
368:Happiness," Silette wrote, "is the temporary result of denying the knowledge one already has. ~ Sara Gran
369:henceforth I will go celebrate any thing I see or am, And sing and laugh and deny nothing. ~ Walt Whitman
370:I don't much like 'Wonderwall,' but the effect that song has on people, I can't deny it. ~ Noel Gallagher
371:I have been born on this earth to deny my own will, and to do the will of my heavenly Father ~ Zac Poonen
372:I try to eat well, but I don't deny myself the foods I love. I just eat them in moderation. ~ Regina King
373:Then take my hand. Let me carry you. It's my turn. Don't deny me that. Whatever I have . . ~ Mia Sheridan
374:we deny our destiny because it’s leading us toward happiness, and all we want is security. ~ Paulo Coelho
375:When I function in only one mode or the other, I am denying half myself, half my potential. ~ Dean Koontz
376:Where should be be if we set ourselves to deny everything we do not know how to explain? ~ Francois Arago
377:You're kind of dirty, Kitten."
I blinked. Deny. Deny. Deny. "What did you say? ~ Jennifer L Armentrout
378:Belief consists in accepting the affirmations of the soul; unbelief in denying them. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
379:deny something to enough people and sooner or later it will grow a mystique as thick as fog. ~ Scott Lynch
380:Deny the world, defy the devil, despise the flesh, and delight yourself only in the Lord. ~ Lady Jane Grey
381:Even if she loathes it. To do so would be akin to denying the existence of an awkward child. ~ Kate Morton
382:How hurtful it can be to deny one's true self and live a life of lies just to appease others. ~ June Ahern
383:If we do not step forward, then we step back. If we do not protect a right, then we deny it. ~ Paul Martin
384:I think if we ignore that night, that kiss, then we’re both denying a part of who we are. ~ Samantha Chase
385:Look what you've already come through! Don't deny it. Say I'm stronger than I thought I was ~ Maya Angelou
386:No one can deny you or grant you anything. It all comes to you by virtue of your vibration. ~ Esther Hicks
387:Palestinians will never realize their independence by denying the right of Israel to exist. ~ Barack Obama
388:Perry could no longer deny that it was common knowledge. Aria was the safest path to him. ~ Veronica Rossi
389:The Americans are the most gullible, because they don't like to deny co-workers' requests. ~ Kevin Mitnick
390:The deepest pain I ever felt was denying my own feelings to make everyone else comfortable. ~ Nicole Lyons
391:The individualists stare into each other's eyes and yet deny the existence of each other. ~ Ingmar Bergman
392:They who deny God have not seen Him. ~ Agni Yoga, Leaves of Morya’s Garden: Book One: The Call, 12, (1924)
393:We have developed this unbelievable ability to deny. We have to. If we didn't, we'd go crazy. ~ Patty Duke
394:When you deny something your power is much more conspicuous than when you approve it. ~ Vladimir Voinovich
395:You may choose your mate, but you cannot deny someone else the right to choose their mate. ~ Jesse Jackson
396:All men are frauds. The only difference between them is that some admit it. I myself deny it. ~ H L Mencken
397:Are we going to tell him?”
“It’ll be hard to deny with that big-ass rock on your finger. ~ Jamie McGuire
398:Belief consists in accepting the affirmations of the soul; unbelief, in denying them. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
399:Every day the choice is presented to us, to live up to the spirit that is in us, or deny it. ~ Henry Miller
400:if we look upon awaking as an end or a goal to be accomplished, we deny the truth of presence. ~ Albert Low
401:Let no man think we can deny civil liberty to others and retain it for ourselves. ~ Robert M La Follette Sr
402:The state controlling a woman would mean denying her full autonomy and full equality. ~ Ruth Bader Ginsburg
403:Who am I to deny gravity, Aurora? When you shine brighter than any constellation in the sky? ~ Jay Kristoff
404:You like my kisses - and I like kissing you. Why deny ourselves such innocent pleasure? ~ Stephanie Laurens
405:It is reality that awakens possibilities, and nothing would be more perverse than to deny it. ~ Robert Musil
406:Stalin's henchman Molotov, 96, died old and in bed, a privilege he helped to deny to millions. ~ George Will
407:To deny the predictive validity of race at this level is nonscientific and unrealistic. ~ J Philippe Rushton
408:We make things happen when we make the choice to shift from denying of the unknown to starting. ~ Lara Casey
409:When we deny our stories, They define us. When we own our stories, we get to write the ending. ~ Brene Brown
410:Deny it until they've got you dead to right, sugar. It they can't prove it, never happened. ~ Justina Ireland
411:Ever notice, the ones who deny the holocaust are usually the same ones who want to repeat it? ~ Dennis Prager
412:If you really, really want to help people, stop denying them their dreams when they're young. ~ Rush Limbaugh
413:I was eleven and I wanted to play it because it was in my blood. It was a feeling I couldn't deny ~ Lita Ford
414:Lent is a good time for sacrificing. Let us deny ourselves something every day to help others. ~ Pope Francis
415:No. That you shouldn’t deny a reality just because you don’t have the evidence for it yet. ~ Eva Garc a S enz
416:The principle applies here, help yourselves and Almighty God will not deny you his assistance. ~ Adolf Hitler
417:There’s a lot of magic between you, ain’t no denying that. And magic makes forgettin’ hard. ~ Nicholas Sparks
418:To deny humanity the lesson of consequences would be a mistake. And I do not make mistakes. ~ Neal Shusterman
419:We cannot deny the facts of nature, but we should certainly try to improve on them. ~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
420:Forgiveness is not forgetting; it is simply denying your pain the right to control your life. ~ Iyanla Vanzant
421:It's easier to deny the reality of the problem altogether than acknowledge that it is real. ~ Katharine Hayhoe
422:Nature in denying us perennial youth has at least invited us to become unselfish and noble. ~ George Santayana
423:Sir, with no intention to take offence, I deny your right to put words into my mouth. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
424:That's life,and I can't deny it/Many times I thought of cuttin' out but my heart won't buy it. ~ Frank Sinatra
425:The power of our beliefs can work in either direction to become life affirming or life denying. ~ Gregg Braden
426:THERE IS, IN the act of destruction, a beauty which we try to deny, and a joy which we cannot. ~ Mark Lawrence
427:There isn’t any need to deny everything there’s been just because you are going to lose it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
428:To deny that in a child after baptism sin remains is to treat with contempt both Paul and Christ. ~ Pope Leo X
429:We have the power to tell stories that deny another’s full humanity, or stories that extend it. ~ David Brooks
430:All sects seem to me to be right in what they assert, and wrong in what they deny. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
431:As much as I disagree with Sarah Palin, there's no denying that she was the victim of sexism. ~ Jessica Valenti
432:I don't deny that I get excited, but that's what happens when you're passionate about what you do. ~ Zak Bagans
433:It was respect she had for feelings, how she believed it was inimical to the soul to deny them. ~ Sue Monk Kidd
434:Never deny your scars. Wear them proudly for they attest to your immense courage and strength. ~ Donna Fletcher
435:The firt basic principle of ‪‎anti coup‬ defense is therefore to deny legitimacy to the putschists ~ Gene Sharp
436:There’s no use in denying it: this has been a bad week. I’ve started drinking my own urine. ~ Bret Easton Ellis
437:You cannot deny yourself at any time. The Self is ever there and continues in all states. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi
438:And henceforth I will go celebrate any thing I see or am,
And sing and laugh and deny nothing. ~ Walt Whitman
439:Arguably, Blackburn have got the best forward line in the Premiership. There's no denying that. ~ Mark Lawrenson
440:His grandfather probably would have said that all men feel fear, but cowardly men deny it. ~ Catherine Ryan Hyde
441:I have been accused of denying consciousness but I am not conscious of having done so. ~ Willard Van Orman Quine
442:In politics people give you what they think you deserve and deny you what they think you want. ~ Cecil Parkinson
443:In this life, when you deny someone an apology,
you will remember it at time you beg forgiveness. ~ Toba Beta
444:I've grown certain that the root of all fear is that we've been forced to deny who we are. ~ Frances Moore Lappe
445:She's in that state of mind that she wants to deny SOMETHING only she doesn't know what to deny! ~ Lewis Carroll
446:To deny access to translation and interpreting services oppresses human rights and violates laws. ~ Nataly Kelly
447:To deny women directors, as I suspect is happening in the States, is to deny the feminine vision. ~ Jane Campion
448:If you deny the existence of your fault or error, it will strengthen its hold over you. ~ R A Schwaller de Lubicz
449:I'm not selling out, denying who I am or where I've come from, not at all. I acknowledge that. ~ Gabriel Iglesias
450:One has sometimes to deny God in order to find him. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Human Cycle, The Spiritual Aim and Life,
451:That God does not exist, I cannot deny, That my whole being cries out for God I cannot forget. ~ Jean Paul Sartre
452:There's a lot of magic between you too, ain't no denying that. And magic makes forgettin' hard. ~ Nicholas Sparks
453:There's no denying that television is one of the most powerful propaganda media we've ever invented. ~ Jim Fowler
454:To deny humanity the lesson of consequences would be a mistake.
And I do not make mistakes. ~ Neal Shusterman
455:We deny your internationalism, because it is a luxury which only the upper classes can afford. ~ Benito Mussolini
456:When people have no role except to provide access, however, they have no power except to deny access. ~ Anonymous
457:You know, Minister, I disagree with Dumbledore on many counts...but you cannot deny he's got style. ~ J K Rowling
458:Beware of he who would deny you access to information, for in his heart he dreams himself your master. ~ Sid Meier
459:Do right, not to deny yourself but because you love yourself and because you love others. ~ Robert Green Ingersoll
460:He who does not find greatness in God finds it nowhere. He must either deny it or create it. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
461:I couldn’t change it. Couldn’t hide it. Couldn’t deny it. I was unique and beautiful in my own way. ~ Jody Hedlund
462:Ignorance, fear, hate: these are our enemies. Deny them with all your might.

-Oromis ~ Christopher Paolini
463:In all other things I will yield to any one, but I neither can nor will forsake and deny the word. ~ Martin Luther
464:Is it reasonable to assume a purposiveness in all the parts of nature and to deny it to the whole? ~ Immanuel Kant
465:We deny the severity of our loved one's problem not because we are naive, but because we can't know. ~ David Sheff
466:When alien abductees recount to me their stories, I do not deny that they had a real experience. ~ Michael Shermer
467:When I got pregnant my foot grew, but I was denying it. I've been denying it for three years ~ Julia Louis Dreyfus
468:Consciousness is indeed always with us. Everyone knows 'I am!' No one can deny his own being. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi
469:Experience should have taught ye by now that denying me what I want only makes me more relentless. ~ Kerrigan Byrne
470:Is he denying himself for me? How sweet. How misguided. I’d love to help him with that little problem. ~ Ruby Dixon
471:Nature, not content with denying him the ability to think, has endowed him with the ability to write. ~ A E Housman
472:The point isn't to deny our Egos, but to extricate ourselves from our exclusive preoccupation with them. ~ Ram Dass
473:There’s just no denying that we’re attracted to each other. Very, very attracted to each other. ~ Michelle Leighton
474:We cannot deny that people are suffering, and they are making that suffering known at the ballot box. ~ Nina Turner
475:We deny the severity of our loved one’s problem, not because we are naive, but because we can’t know. ~ David Sheff
476:You know, Minister, I disagree with Dumbledore on many counts...but you cannot deny he's got style... ~ J K Rowling
477:I cannot disobey something which I do not know and the reality of which I have the right to deny. ~ Vladimir Nabokov
478:I deny that there's such a thing as a gay person. I deny there's such a thing as a heterosexual person. ~ Gore Vidal
479:I don't mind talking about my two daughters, but I don't feel comfortable denying them their privacy. ~ Tom Bergeron
480:If you believe in something because of miracles,
then another kind of miracles can make you deny it. ~ Toba Beta
481:I wanted him to like me because as much as I'd tried, I could no longer deny the fact that I liked him. ~ Kasie West
482:I would not wish to deny you your dreams. But have a care. They can be dashed in one impulsive moment. ~ Mary Balogh
483:Passionate people invariably deny their anger, and cowards often boast their ignorance of fear. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte
484:Say, "I can do everything ." "Even if poison of a snake is powerless if you can firmly deny it." ~ Swami Vivekananda
485:There is something pagan in me that I cannot shake off. In short, I deny nothing, but doubt everything. ~ Lord Byron
486:There’s this darkness inside that breathes and needs oxygen. I can’t deny who I am. What they’ve made me ~ Ker Dukey
487:A religion cannot be sustained by the number of its lip-followers denying in their lives its tenets. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
488:doubt seems the only purity for those who are too fervent to deny, and too lucid to affirm. ~ Natalie Clifford Barney
489:For the first time perhaps ever, I am not denying the truth of all of my cracks. I am living them. ~ Lisa Renee Jones
490:He shows a greater mind who does not restrain his laughter, than he who does not deny his tears. ~ Seneca the Younger
491:He who does without the praise of the crowd will not deny himself an opportunity to be his own adherent. ~ Karl Kraus
492:I deny the power of the general government to making paper money, or anything else a legal tender. ~ Thomas Jefferson
493:I live for the present always. I accept this risk. I don't deny the past, but it's a page to turn. ~ Juliette Binoche
494:We lose the right of complaining sometimes, by denying something, but this often triples its force. ~ Laurence Sterne
495:Every Jew in Palestine is a bit of an Arab, and no Arab in Israel can deny that he's a little Jewish. ~ Yasmina Khadra
496:I deny the resurrection every time I turn my back on the poor or become a cog in a system of injustice ~ Peter Rollins
497:If they do not give you work, demand bread. If they deny you both, take bread. It is your sacred right! ~ Emma Goldman
498:I'm not going to deny it. I'm a neat person, there's no question. But I don't become obsessed with it. ~ Courteney Cox
499:It is useless to deny that, unless one has a genius for imparting knowledge, teaching is a drudgery. ~ Margaret Deland
500:I've been forced to deny myself many things I've wanted, to abandon so many roads that were open to me. ~ Paulo Coelho


  160 Integral Yoga
   65 Poetry
   60 Christianity
   50 Philosophy
   45 Occultism
   24 Psychology
   23 Fiction
   12 Mythology
   9 Yoga
   8 Science
   7 Mysticism
   7 Integral Theory
   4 Hinduism
   2 Philsophy
   1 Theosophy
   1 Education
   1 Alchemy

  133 Sri Aurobindo
   59 The Mother
   39 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   38 Satprem
   24 Saint Augustine of Hippo
   22 Carl Jung
   21 Plotinus
   21 H P Lovecraft
   21 Aleister Crowley
   14 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   12 Ovid
   9 Walt Whitman
   9 Plato
   8 James George Frazer
   7 Swami Vivekananda
   7 Aldous Huxley
   6 Robert Browning
   5 William Butler Yeats
   5 Sri Ramana Maharshi
   5 Saint Teresa of Avila
   5 Friedrich Nietzsche
   4 Percy Bysshe Shelley
   4 Lucretius
   4 Jordan Peterson
   3 Saint John of Climacus
   3 Jorge Luis Borges
   3 George Van Vrekhem
   2 Ralph Waldo Emerson
   2 Rabindranath Tagore
   2 Patanjali
   2 John Keats
   2 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
   2 Franz Bardon
   2 A B Purani

   27 The Life Divine
   22 City of God
   21 Lovecraft - Poems
   13 Magick Without Tears
   13 Letters On Yoga IV
   12 Metamorphoses
   12 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01
   11 Record of Yoga
   11 Essays In Philosophy And Yoga
   9 Whitman - Poems
   9 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   9 The Human Cycle
   9 Talks
   9 On Thoughts And Aphorisms
   9 Liber ABA
   9 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03
   8 The Golden Bough
   7 The Practice of Psycho therapy
   7 The Perennial Philosophy
   7 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
   7 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 02
   7 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 04
   6 The Secret Doctrine
   6 The Future of Man
   6 Savitri
   6 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 03
   6 Mysterium Coniunctionis
   6 Letters On Yoga II
   6 Browning - Poems
   5 Yeats - Poems
   5 Vedic and Philological Studies
   5 The Phenomenon of Man
   5 Questions And Answers 1957-1958
   5 Letters On Yoga I
   5 Collected Poems
   5 Agenda Vol 04
   4 Twilight of the Idols
   4 The Way of Perfection
   4 The Bible
   4 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   4 Shelley - Poems
   4 Raja-Yoga
   4 Questions And Answers 1950-1951
   4 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 04
   4 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 01
   4 Of The Nature Of Things
   4 Maps of Meaning
   4 Essays Divine And Human
   4 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02
   4 Agenda Vol 10
   4 Agenda Vol 08
   4 Agenda Vol 03
   3 The Mother With Letters On The Mother
   3 The Ladder of Divine Ascent
   3 The Divine Comedy
   3 Preparing for the Miraculous
   3 Letters On Poetry And Art
   3 Labyrinths
   3 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   3 Agenda Vol 02
   3 Agenda Vol 01
   3 A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah
   2 Walden
   2 The Red Book Liber Novus
   2 The Problems of Philosophy
   2 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   2 The Confessions of Saint Augustine
   2 Tagore - Poems
   2 Sex Ecology Spirituality
   2 Questions And Answers 1956
   2 Patanjali Yoga Sutras
   2 Let Me Explain
   2 Keats - Poems
   2 Isha Upanishad
   2 Hymns to the Mystic Fire
   2 Faust
   2 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   2 Essays On The Gita
   2 Emerson - Poems
   2 Dark Night of the Soul
   2 Aion
   2 Agenda Vol 12
   2 Agenda Vol 07
   2 Agenda Vol 06
   2 Agenda Vol 05
   2 5.1.01 - Ilion

00.03 - Upanishadic Symbolism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Now, this is the All, the Universal. One has to realise it and possess in one's consciousness. And that can be done only in one way: one has to identify oneself with it, be one with it, become it. Thus by losing one's individuality one lives the life universal; the small lean separate life is enlarged and moulded in the rhythm of the Rich and the Vast. It is thus that man shares in the consciousness and energy that inspire and move and sustain the cosmos. The Upanishad most emphatically enjoins that one must not decry this cosmic godhead or deny any of its elements, not even such as are a taboo to the puritan mind. It is in and through an unimpaired global consciousness that one attains the All-Life and lives uninterruptedly and perennially: Sarvamanveti jyok jvati.

0.06 - INTRODUCTION, #Dark Night of the Soul, #Saint John of the Cross, #Christianity
  Spirit; he now proposes to deal with the Passive Night, in the same order. He has
  already taught us how we are to deny and purify ourselves with the ordinary help of
  grace, in order to prepare our senses and faculties for union with God through love.

01.04 - The Intuition of the Age, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   All movementswhe ther of thought or of life, whether in the individual or in the massproceed from a fundamental intuition which lies in the background as the logical presupposition, the psychological motive and the spiritual force. A certain attitude of the soul, a certain angle of vision is what is posited first; all other thingsall thoughts and feelings and activities are but necessary attempts to express, to demonstrate, to realise on the conscious and dynamic levels, in the outer world, the truth which has thus already been seized in some secret core of our being. The intuition may not, of course, be present to the conscious mind, it may not be ostensibly sought for, one may even deny the existence of such a preconceived notion and proceed to establish truth on a tabula rasa; none the less it is this hidden bias that judges, this secret consciousness that formulates, this unknown power that fashions.
   A new impulse is there, no one can deny, and it has vast possibilities before it, that also one need not hesitate to accept. But in order that we may best fructuate what has been spontaneously sown, we must first recognise it, be luminously conscious of it and develop it along its proper line of growth. For, also certain it is that this new impulse or intuition, however true and strong in itself, is still groping and erring and miscarrying; it is still wasting much of its energy in tentative things, in mere experiments, in even clear failures. The fact is that the intuition has not yet become an enlightened one, it is still moving, as we shall presently explain, in the dark vital regions of man. And vitalism is naturally and closely affianced to pragmatism, that is to say, the mere vital impulse seeks immediately to execute itself, it looks for external effects, for changes in the form, in the machinery only. Thus it is that we see in art and literature discussions centred upon the scheme of composition, as whether the new poetry should be lyrical or dramatic, popular or aristocratic, metrical or free of metre, and in practical life we talk of remodelling the state by new methods of representation and governance, of purging society by bills and legislation, of reforming humanity by a business pact.
   And the faculty of Intuition said to be the characteristic of the New Man does not mean all that it should, if we confine ourselves to Bergson's definition of it. Bergson says that Intuition is a sort of sympathy, a community of feeling or sensibility with the urge of the life-reality. The difference between the sympathy of Instinct and the sympathy of Intuition being that while the former is an unconscious or semi-conscious power, the latter is illumined and self-conscious. Now this view emphasises only the feeling-tone of Intuition, the vital sensibility that attends the direct communion with the life movement. But Intuition is not only purified feeling and sensibility, it is also purified vision and knowledge. It unites us not only with the movement of life, but also opens out to our sight the Truths, the fundamental realities behind that movement. Bergson does not, of course, point to any existence behind the continuous flux of life-power the elan vital. He seems to deny any static truth or truths to be seen and seized in any scheme of knowledge. To him the dynamic flow the Heraclitian panta reei is the ultimate reality. It is precisely to this view of things that Bergson owes his conception of Intuition. Since existence is a continuum of Mind-Energy, the only way to know it is to be in harmony or unison with it, to move along its current. The conception of knowledge as a fixing and delimiting of things is necessarily an anomaly in this scheme. But the question is, is matter the only static and separative reality? Is the flux of vital Mind-Energy the ultimate truth?

01.04 - The Poetry in the Making, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   But the more truly modern mind looks at the thing in a slightly different way. The good and the evil are not, to it, contrary to each other: one does not deny or negate the other. They are intermixed, fused in a mysterious identity. The best and the worst are but two conditions, two potentials of the same entity. Baudelaire, who can be considered as the first of the real moderns in many ways, saw and experienced this intimate polarity or identity of opposites in human nature and consciousness. What is Evil, who is the Evil One:

01.06 - On Communism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Now, what such an uncompromising individualism fails to recognise is that individuality and ego are not the same thing, that the individual may have his individuality intact and entire and yet sacrifice his ego, that the soul of man is a much greater thing than his vital being. It is simply ignoring the fact and denying the truth to say that man is only a fighting animal and not a loving god, that the self within the individual realises itself only through competition and not co-operation. It is an error to conceive of society as a mere parallelogram of forces, to suppose that it has risen simply out of the struggle of individual interests and continues to remain by that struggle. Struggle is only one aspect of the thing, a particular form at a particular stage, a temporary manifestation due to a particular system and a particular habit and training. It would be nearer the truth to say that society came into being with the demand of the individual soul to unite with the individual soul, with the stress of an Over-soul to express itself in a multitude of forms, diverse yet linked together and organised in perfect harmony. Only, the stress for union manifested itself first on the material plane as struggle: but this is meant to be corrected and transcended and is being continually corrected and transcended by a secret harmony, a real commonality and brotherhood and unity. The individual is not so self-centred as the individualists make him to be, his individuality has a much vaster orbit and fulfils itself only by fulfilling others. The scientists have begun to discover other instincts in man than those of struggle and competition; they now place at the origin of social grouping an instinct which they name the herd-instinct: but this is only a formulation in lower terms, a translation on the vital plane of a higher truth and reality the fundamental oneness and accord of individuals and their spiritual impulsion to unite.

01.08 - A Theory of Yoga, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   There are three lines, as the Psycho-analysts point out along which this control or censuring of the primary instincts acts. First, there is the line of Defence Reaction. That is to say, the mind automatically takes up an attitude directly contrary to the impulse, tries to shut it out and deny altoge ther its existence and the measure of the insistence of the impulse is also the measure of the vehemence of the denial. It is the case of the lady protesting too much. So it happens that where subconsciously there is a strong current of a particular impulse, consciously the mind is obliged to take up a counteracting opposite impulse. Thus in presence of a strong sexual craving the mind as if to guard and save itself engenders by a reflex movement an ascetic and puritanic mood. Similarly a strong unthinking physical attraction translates itself on the conscious plane as an equally strong repulsion.

01.11 - The Basis of Unity, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   However, coming to historical times, we see wave after wave of the most heterogeneous and disparate elementsSakas and Huns and Greeks, each bringing its quota of exotic materialenter into the oceanic Indian life and culture, lose their separate foreign identity and become part and parcel of the common whole. Even so,a single unitary body was formed out of such varied and shifting materialsnot in the political, but in a socio-religious sense. For a catholic religious spirit, not being solely doctrinal and personal, admitted and embraced in its supple and wide texture almost an infinite variety of approaches to the Divine, of forms and norms of apprehending the Beyond. It has been called Hinduism: it is a vast synthesis of multiple affiliations. It expresses the characteristic genius of India and hence Hinduism and Indianism came to be looked upon as synonymous terms. And the same could be defined also as Vedic religion and culture, for its invariable basis the bed-rock on which it stood firm and erectwas the Vedas, the Knowledge seen by the sages. But there had already risen a voice of dissidence and discord that of Buddha, not so much, perhaps, of Buddha as of Buddhism. The Buddhistic enlightenment and discipline did not admit the supreme authority of the Vedas; it sought other bases of truth and reality. It was a great denial; and it meant and worked for a vital schism. The denial of the Vedas by itself, perhaps, would not be serious, but it became so, as it was symptomatic of a deeper divergence. denying the Vedas, the Buddhistic spirit denied life. It was quite a new thing in the Indian consciousness and spiritual discipline. And it left such a stamp there that even today it stands as the dominant character of the Indian outlook. However, India's synthetic genius rose to the occasion and knew how to bridge the chasm, close up the fissure, and present again a body whole and entire. Buddha became one of the Avataras: the discipline of Nirvana and Maya was reserved as the last duty to be performed at the end of life, as the culmination of a full-length span of action and achievement; the way to Moksha lay through Dharma and Artha and Kama, Sannyasa had to be built upon Brahmacharya and Garhasthya. The integral ideal was epitomized by Kalidasa in his famous lines about the character of the Raghus:

02.01 - Our Ideal, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   To begin with, we refuse to admit or recognise that there is or is bound to be a contradiction or opposition between Matter and Spirit, between body and soul or between the human and the divine. We start with an experience, a realisation which declares the essential unity and identity of the duality. That is the thing that has to be posited first clear and nett. The question next arises how the two are one and identical; this demands some clarification. For, is it meant that they are one and the same in the sense that Zeus and Jupiter are the same or that water and H2O are the same? Apart from any barren theorising, is it not a universal and eternal and invariable experience that to attain to the Divine one must leave behind the human, to become the immortal one must cease to be a mortal and to live in the Spirit one has to deny Matter? The real answer, however, is that it is so and it is not so. The dilemma is not so trenchant as it has been made out to be.

02.07 - The Descent into Night, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    Made living a bleak gap in nullity.
    He heard the grisly voices that deny;
    Assailed by thoughts that swarmed like spectral hordes,

02.08 - The Basic Unity, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Fissures of late have opened again and they seem to be increasing in depth and width and in number. What appeared to be a unified structure, of one piece, whole and entire, now threatens to crash and fall to pieces. We are asked to deny the unity. The political unity, it is said, is an impossibility, the geographical unity an illusion.

02.10 - Independence and its Sanction, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   If we had joined hands with the British in the war-work on their own termsto try to compel them to our terms is to put the cart before the horsewe would have seen that as we proceeded with the work, more and more of it came automatically under our charge, however small or slight it might have looked in the beginning. In the end or very soon we would have found that our possession of the field was an accomplished fact, there could be no question of denying or refusing, the fact had to be acceptedadmitted and ratified. It is the well-known policy of the camel which Aesop described in one of his Fables. We have to establish the inexorable logic of events which definitively solves the riddle, cuts the Gordian knot as it were. A theoretical, that is to say, a moral and legal pact or understanding is but a dam of sands.

02.11 - New World-Conditions, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   But we do not subscribe to such prognostics. There is no inevitability of the kind. "Time must have a stop." The two lower limbs of the dialectic must be rounded in then by a higher reality. For two reasons. First of, all, Nature herself moves towards synthesis and harmonydiscord and difference are part only of the process working for that eventual consummation. Secondly, the human spirit is there, with the urge of its inevitable destiny, to create its power in the vision and consciousness of the hidden truth and reality which 'surface contingencies seem often to deny.

02.14 - Panacea of Isms, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Nor can socialism remedy all the ills society suffers from, if it merely or mainly means the abolition of private enterprise and the assumption by the State of the entire economic and even cultural or educational apparatus of the society. Even as an economic proposition State Socialism, which is only another name of Totalitarianism, is hardly an unmixed good. First of all, however selfish and profiteering the individual may be, still, one must remember that it is always the individual who is adventurous and inventive, it is he who discovers, creates new things and beautiful things. A collective or global enterprise makes for massiveness and quantity, but it means also uniformity, often a dead uniformity: for variety, for originality, as well as for the aesthetic tone and the human touch, the personal element is needed, seems to be indispensable. Education in such a system would mean a set routine and pattern, an efficient machine to bring out consistently and continuously uniform types of men who are more or less 'automatons, mechanical and regimented in their make-up and behaviour. An all-out socialistic Government will bear down and entomb the deeper springs of human consciousness, the magic powers of initiative and creativity that depend upon individual liberty and the free play of personal choice. We do not deny that Socialism is an antidote to another malady in the social body the parcellation, the fragmentation into a thousand petty interestsall aggressive and combative-of the economic strength of a community, and also the stupendous inequality and maldistri bution of wealth and opportunity. But it brings in its own poison.

03.01 - The New Year Initiation, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Today at the beginning of the New Year we have to bear in mind what aim, what purpose inspired us to enter into this tremendous terrible work, what force, what strength has been leading us to victory. They who consider themselves as collaborators in the progressive evolution of Nature must constantly realise the truth that if victory has come within the range of possibility, it has done so in just proportion to their sincerity, by the magic grace of the Mahashakti, the grace which the aspiration of their inner consciousness has called down. And what is now but possible will grow into the actual if we keep moving along the path we have so far followed. Otherwise, if we falter, fail and break faith, if we relapse into the old accustomed track, if under pressure of past habits, under the temptation of immediate selfish gain, under the sway of narrow parochial egoism, we suppress or maim the wider consciousness of our inner being or deny it in one way or another, then surely we shall wheel back and fall into the clutches of those very hostile powers which it has been our determined effort to overthrow. Even if we gain an outward victory it will be a disastrous, moral and spiritual defeat. That will mean a tragic reversalto be compelled to begin again from the very beginning. Nature will not be baulked of her aim. Another travail she will have to undergo and that will be far more agonising and terrible.

03.02 - The Adoration of the Divine Mother, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  A Consciousness revealed its marvellous front
  Transcending all that is, denying none:
  Imperishable above our fallen heads

03.02 - Yogic Initiation and Aptitude, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The question, however, can be raised the moderns do raise it and naturally in the present age of science and universal educationwhy should not all men equally have the right to spiritual sadhana? If spirituality is the highest truth for man, his greatest good, his supreme ideal, then to deny it to anyone on the ground, for example, of his not being of the right caste, class, creed, or sex, to keep anyone at a distance on such or similar grounds is unreasonable, unjust, reprehensible. These notions, however, are born of a sentimental or idealistic or charitable disposition, but unfortunately they do not stand the impact of the realities of life. If you simply claim a thing or even if you possess a lawful right to a worthy object, you do not acquire thereby the capacity to enjoy it. Were it so, there would be no such thing as mal-assimilation. In the domain of spiritual sadhana there are any number of cases of defective metabolism. Those that have fallen, strayed from the Path, become deranged or even have had to leave the body, make up a casualty list that is not small. They were misfits, they came by their fate, because they encroached upon a thing they were not actually entitled to, they were dragged into a secret, a mystery to which their being was insensible.

03.03 - A Stainless Steel Frame, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   In the old worldnot so old however, for the landslide started in fact with the First World Warevil there was and abundantly in man and in man's society, but it was not accepted as virtue or even as an acceptable or inevitable thing. It was tolerated, suffered, and generally with a heavy heart. Indeed the heart was sound, it was the flesh only that was weak. There was an idealism, an aspiration and although one could not always live up to it, yet one did not deny it or spurn it; one endeavoured as best one could, even though in leisure hours, in the inner mind and consciousness at least, to obey and follow its dictates. It is the Nazi theory of life that broughtto the very forefront and installed in the consciousness ofman Evil as Good, Falsehood as Truth. That is pragmatism with a vengeance. Whatever leads to success, to worldly success, that is to say, brings you wealth, prosperity, power to rule over men and things, enriches you in your possessionvittena, as the Upanishad terms it that is Good, that is Truth. All the rest are mental conceptions, notions, abstractions, day-dreams meant to delude you, take you away from the road to your fulfilment and achievement. That is how we have listened to the voice of Mephistopheles and sold away our soul.

03.03 - The House of the Spirit and the New Creation, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  In the middle an embodied striving soul,
  In its end a silent spirit denying life.
  A dull and infelicitous interlude

03.04 - The Other Aspect of European Culture, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Is it meant that "Mediaeval obscurantism" was Europe's supreme ideal and that the cry should be: "Back to the Dark Age, into the gloom of Mystic superstitions and Churchian dogmas?" Now, one cannot deny that there was much of obscurantism and darkness in that period of Europe's evolution. And the revolt launched against it by the heralds of the Modern Age was inevitable and justified to some extent; but to say that unadulterated superstition was what constituted the very substance of Middle Age Culture and that the whole thing was more or less a nightmare, is only to land into another sort of superstition and obscurantism. The best when corrupt does become the worst. The truth of the matter is that in its decline the Middle Age clung to and elaborated only the formal aspect of its culture, leaving aside its inner realisation, its living inspiration. The Renaissance was a movement of reaction and correction against the lifeless formalism, the dry scholasticism of a decadent Middle Age; it sought to infuse a new vitality, by giving a new outlook and intuition to Europe's moribund soul. But, in fact, it has gone a little too far in its career of correction. In its violent enthusiasm to pull down the worn-out edifice of the past and to build anew for the future, it has almost gone to the length of digging up the solid foundation and erasing the fundamental ground-plan upon which Europe's real life and culture reposed and can still safely repose.

03.04 - The Vision and the Boon, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  His prayer sank down in the resisting Night
  Oppressed by the thousand forces that deny,
  As if too weak to climb to the Supreme.

03.07 - The Sunlit Path, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Like the individual, nations too have their sunlit path and the path of the doldrum as well. So long as a nation keeps to the truth of its inner being, follows its natural line of development, remains faithful to its secret godhead, it will have chosen that good part which will bring it divine blessings and fulfilment. But sometimes a nation has the stupidity to deny its self, to run after an ignis fatuus, a mymrga, then grief and sorrow and frustration lie ahead. We are afraid India did take such a wrong step when she refused to see the great purpose behind the present war and tried to avoid contri buting her mite to the evolutionary Force at work. On the other hand Britain in a moment of supreme crisis, that meant literally life or death, not only to herself or to other nations, but to humanity itself, had the good fortune to be led by the right Inspiration, the whole nation rose as one man and swore allegiance to the cause of humanity and the gods. That was how she was saved and that was how she acquired a new merit and a fresh lease of life. Unlike Britain, France bowed down and accepted what should not have been accepted and cut herself adrift from her inner life and truth, the result was five years of hell. Fortunately, the hell in the end proved to be a purgatory, but what a purgatory! For there were souls who were willing to pay the price and did pay it to the full cash and nett. So France has been given the chance again to turn round and take up the thread of her life where it snapped.

03.09 - Buddhism and Hinduism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The Buddhists deny likewise the real existence of general ideas: according to them only individuals are real existences, general ideas are mere abstractions. The Hindus, on the other hand, like Plato who must have been influenced by them, affirm the reality of general ideas-although real need not always mean material.

03.12 - TagorePoet and Seer, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   In these iconoclastic times, we are liable, both in art and in life, to despise and even to deny certain basic factors which were held to be almost indispensable in the old world. The great triads the True, the Beautiful and the Good, or God, Soul and Immortalityare of no consequence to a modernist mind: these mighty words evoke no echo in the heart of a contemporary human being. Art and Life meant in the old world something decent, if not great. They were perhaps, as I have already said, framed within narrow limits, certain rigid principles that cribbed and cabined the human spirit in many ways; but they were not anarchic, they obeyed a law, a dharma, which they considered as an ideal, a standard to look up to and even live up to. The modernist is an anarchic being in all ways. He does not care for old-world verities which seem to him mere convention or superstition. Truth and Beauty and Harmony are non-existent for him: if at all they exist they bear a totally different connotation, the very opposite of that which is normally accepted.

04.01 - The Divine Man, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   But there is a still closer mystery, the mystery of mysteries. There has not been merely a general descent, the descent of a world-force on a higher plane into another world-force on a lower plane; but that there is the descent of the individual, the personal Godhead into and as an earthly human being. The Divine born as a man and leading the life of a man among us and as one of us, the secret of Divine Incarnation is the supreme secret. That is the mechanism adopted by the Divine to cure and transmute human illshimself becoming a man, taking upon himself the burden of the evil that vitiates and withers life and working it out in and through himself. Something of this truth has been caught in the Christian view of Incarnation. God sent upon earth his only begotten son to take upon himself the sins of man, suffer vicariously for him, pay the ransom and thus liberate him, so that he may reach salvation, procure his seat by the side of the Father in Heaven. Man corrupted as he is by an original sin cannot hope by his own merit to achieve salvation. He can only admit his sin and repent and wait for the Grace to save him. The Indian view of Incarnation laid more stress upon the positive aspect of the matter, viz, the role of the Incarnation as the inaugurator and establisher of a new order in lifedharmasasthpanrthya. The Avatar brings down and embodies a higher principle of human organisation, a greater consciousness which he infuses into the existing pattern, individual or collective, which has -served its purpose, has become otiose and time-barred and needs to be remodelled, has been at the most preparatory to something else. The Avatar means a new revelation and the uplift of the human consciousness into a higher mode of being. The physical form he takes signifies the physical pressure that is exerted for the corroboration and fixation of the inner illumination that he brings upon earth and in the human frame. The Indian tradition has focussed its attention upon the Goodreyasand did not consider it essential to dwell upon the Evil. For one who finds and sees the Good always and everywhere, the Evil does not exist. Sri Aurobindo lays equal emphasis on both the aspects. Naturally, however, he does not believe in an original evil, incurable upon earth and in earthly life. In conformity with the ancient Indian teaching he declares the original divinity of man: it is because man is potentially and essentially divine that he can become actually and wholly divine. The Bible speaks indeed of man becoming perfect even as the Father in Heaven is perfect: but that is due exclusively to the Grace showered upon man, not because of any inherent perfection in him. But in according full divinity to man, Sri Aurobindo does not minimise the part of the undivine in him. This does not mean any kind of Manicheism: for Evil, according to Sri Aurobindo, is not coeval or coterminous with the Divine, it is a later or derivative formation under given conditions, although within the range and sphere of the infinite Divine. Evil exists as a stern reality; even though it may be temporary and does not touch the essential reality, it is not an illusion nor can it be ignored, brushed aside or bypassed as something superficial or momentary and of no importance. It has its value, its function and implication. It is real, but it is not irremediable. It is contrary to the Divine but not contradictory. For even the Evil in its inmost substance carries or is the reality which it opposes or denies outwardly. Did not the very first of the apostles of Christ deny his master at the crucial moment? As we have said, evil is a formation necessitated by certain circumstances, the circumstances changed, the whole disposition as at present constituted changes automatically and fundamentally.

05.05 - In Quest of Reality, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   This faculty of direct knowledge, however, is not such a rare thing as it may appear to be. Indeed if we step outside the circumscribed limits of pure science instances crowd upon us, even in our normal life, which would compel one to conclude that the rational and sensory process is only a fringe and a very small part of a much greater and wider form of knowing. Poets and artists, we all know, are familiar only with that form: without intuition and inspiration they are nothing. Apart from that, modern inquiries and observations have established beyond doubt certain facts of extra-sensory, suprarational perceptionof clairvoyance and clairaudience, of prophecy, of vision into the future as well as into the past. Not only these unorthodox faculties of knowledge, but dynamic powers that almost negate or flout the usual laws of science have been demonstrated to exist and can be and are used by man. The Indian yogic discipline speaks of the eight siddhis, super-natural powers attained by the Yogi when he learns to control nature by the force of his consciousness. Once upon a time these facts were challenged as facts in the scientific world, but it is too late now in the day to deny them their right of existence. Only Science, to maintain its scientific prestige, usually tries to explain such phenomena in the material way, but with no great success. In the end she seems to say these freaks do not come within her purview and she is not concerned with them. However, that is not for us also the subject for discussion for the moment.
   Now, let us advance another step forward. Beyond matter there lies life and beyond life-consciousness. Is consciousness too a mere epiphenomenon as life was once thought to be in the empire of matter? Or can it not be that consciousness is an extensionan evoluteof life, even as life is an extension, an evolute of matter? In other words consciousness is not a freak, even as life was not; it is inherent in life, life itself is a rudimentary movement of consciousness. The amoeba feeling or pre-sensing its way towards its food, the twig bending towards the direction in which it has the chance of getting more light, the sudden appearance of organs or elements in an organism that will be useful only in the future are indisputable examples of a purposiveness, a forward reference in the scheme of Nature. In the domain of life-play teleologyis a fact which only the grossest brand of obfuscation can deny. And teleology meansdoes it not ?the stress of an idea, the pattern of a consciousness.

05.07 - Man and Superman, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   So, the probability is that a large part of humanity will remain wedded to the normal human life. But this does not lessen in any way the value, the tremendous importance of what happens to the other part, may be, not insignificant or inconsiderable. Along with those that doubt and deny, there will be those who believe and affirm, who will stand for divinisation, whatever dehumanisation it may imply.

05.07 - The Observer and the Observed, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Once again, to repeat in other terms the distinction which may sometimes appear to carry no difference. First, the subjective objective in which the subject assumes the preponderant position, not denying or minimising the reality of the object. The external world, in this view, is a movement in and of the consciousness of a universal subject. It is subjective in the sense that it is essentially a function of the subject and does not exist apart from it or outside it; it is objective in the sense that it exists really and is not a figment or imaginative construction of any individual consciousness, although it exists in and through the individual consciousness in so far as that consciousness is universalised, is one with the universal consciousness (or the transcendental, the two can be taken together in the present connection). Instead of the Kantian transcendental idealism we can name it transcendental realism.

05.11 - The Soul of a Nation, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   There are periods in the life cycle of a nation, critical moments, when it is in deadly peril, when its very existence is threatened, attacked by enemy forces either from within or from without. Such was the case when, for example, Britain was invaded by the Spanish Armada or when France was being subjugated by England. Those were very anxious times, but in each instance the soul of the nation came forward and inspired the nation to react and go through the ordeal and survive. Jeanne d'Arc may be considered as the embodiment of France's national soul, as on a still earlier occasion that same soul embodied itself in St. Genevieve. But a nation may fall on much more evil days, namely, when it loses contact with its very soul, goes astray, its life movement taking a wrong curve. A nation can deny its soul, even as an individual may and the result is disaster. Germany is a terrible example of such a tragedy in our own day.

05.12 - The Soul and its Journey, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Another tradition gives the Four Supernals as (1) Light or Consciousness, (2) Truth or Knowledge, (3) Life and (4) Love. The tradition also says that the beings representing these four fundamental principles of creation were the first and earliest gods that emanated from the Supreme Divine, and that as they separated themselves from their source and from each other, each followed his own independent line of fulfilment, they lost their divinity and turned into their oppositesLight became obscurity, Consciousness unconsciousness or the inconscient, Truth became falsehood and Knowledge ignorance, Life became death and finally Love and Delight became suffering and hatred. These are the fallen angels, the Asuras that deny their divine essence and now rule the world. They have possessed mankind and are controlling earthly existence. They too have their emanations, forces and beings that are born out of them and serve them in their various degrees of power. Men talk and act inspired and impelled by these beings and when they do so, they lose their humanity and become worse than animals.

06.27 - To Learn and to Understand, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   For example, you read and hear much and constantly of the Divine. What is He or It to you in reality? Something vague, misty, wordy. The perception is not concrete to you. You can doubt, deny, refuse credence as you like. But if you once experience it, hold it in your inner being and consciousness, in however small a way, however little of it, if you get the direct contact in whatever mannerwell, the thing is unforgettable, it lives, lives for ever. If the whole world denies and scoffs, you are unshaken, you smile at the world, for you know what you know.


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