Brian Sullivan

Sraddhalu Ranade, scientist and scholar at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, possesses a deep belief in the universality of the experience of oneness. In this complete interview, Sraddhalu Ranade discusses obstacles to living the fullness of our being, the relevance of living our essential oneness in the world today, and the collective spiritual potential of humanity. "What is needed—and that's the unity of the future—is a unity in which each one knows oneness with all, and yet is uniquely expressive of that oneness in an absolute freedom."
Sraddhalu Ranade is a scientist, educator and scholar at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram where he grew up in the care of the late Sri M. P. Pandit. He is presently involved in the production of video programs based on India's cultural roots, and conducts teacher-training programs based on a soul-centered approach to education. He has conducted numerous intensive teacher-training workshops on Integral and value-based education all over India. Over 4,500 teachers from more than 200 schools and colleges have benefited from these programs. He has been involved in various research projects including artificial intelligence based on neural networks, multimedia search and retrieval, and educational tools. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences on science and spirituality and lectures around the world on the yoga teachings of Sri Aurobindo.
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