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Record of Yoga

Record Of Yoga is Sri Aurobindo's personal record of his yogic practice during the period from 1909 to 1927. A difficult and often cryptic text, it has only recently been published. In 1977, the editors of the project to present a revised and corrected edition of Sri Aurobindo's Complete Works started the journal Sri Aurobindo: Archives and Research in which over the next 18 years they published more than 2,000 pages of newly discovered writings, including most of the Record of Yoga (the glossary is now available free online).

Record of Yoga was recommended by Michael Murphy for those interested in understanding Sri Aurobindo.


  • Sri Aurobindo, Record Of Yoga, Volume I, 777pp, ISBN 81-7058-650-X (soft cover) ISBN 81-7058-651-8 (hard cover); Volume II, 728pp, ISBN 81-7058-653-4 (hard cover), Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, Pondicherry
  • Publishing Sri Aurobindo's Complete Works

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  • Glossary to the Record of Yoga
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