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Seven Suns of the Supermind

The following, from a notebook by Sri Aurobindo, written sometime in 1926 or 1927 as part of an overall cosmic diagram, refers to the Seven Suns of the Supermind; in other words, the original transcendent chakras, of which the familar seven chakras area lower counterpart.

THE SEVEN SUNS OF THE SUPERMIND.



1. The Sun of Supramental Truth, - Knowledge-Power originating the supramental creation.
Descent into the Sahasradala.

2. The Sun of Supramental Light and Will-Power, transmitting the Knowledge-Power as dynamic vision and command to create, found and organise the supramental creation.
Descent into the Ajna-chakra, the centre between the eyes.

3. The Sun of the Supramental Word, embodying the Knowledge-Power, empowered to express and arrange the supramental creation.
Descent into the Throat-centre [Visuddha-chakra].

4. The Sun of Supramental Love, Beauty and Bliss, releasing the Soul of the Knowledge-Power to vivify and harmonise the supramental creation.
Descent into the Heart-Lotus.

5. The Sun of Supramental Force dynamised as a power and source of life to support the supramental creation.
Descent into the navel centre [Manipura-chakra].

6. The Sun of Life-Radiances (Power-Rays) distributing the dynamis and pouring it into concrete formations.
Descent into the penultimate centre. [Swadhisthana-chakra]

7. The Sun of Supramental Substance-Energy and Form-Energy empowered to embody the supramental life and stabilise the creation.
Descent into the Muladhara.



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