Welcome to our website, Peacock Pages. Our aim is to direct you to materials relating to the Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo, some of which are difficult to find. The few pages on our website describe our Center’s activities, list resources which may be helpful to aspirants (literature, music, philosophy, etc.), offer links to relevant websites, and make audio files, videos, and PDFs available for download. We aspire to enhance your understanding and practice of the Integral Yoga.
The Integral Knowledge Study Center was formed in 1979, when a visit from the Sri Aurobindo Ashram by M.P. Pandit and Vasanti Rao brought together a number of seekers into a collective endeavor of study, meditation, and inner growth. The overarching goal of the Center, in harmony with the vision of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, has since been to aid in the discovery of the secret soul of delight that dwells within each person, and to promote the integral perfection of life that can flow from this discovery of authentic being.
A number of activities are sponsored that support this spiritual search, but the core of the Center’s collective life is a weekly study group that meets on Sunday evenings. Appropriate books drawn from the extensive literature of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother serve as the focus of these meetings, where probing, positive discussions among the participants enhance clarity and lead into a concluding group meditation.
Among other public offerings are seminars and workshops covering a wide variety of themes relating to spiritual life, the viewing of significant films dealing with the growth of consciousness, and the occasional sponsorship of guest speakers.
On August 15, 1983, Sri Aurobindo’s Relics were inaugurated at the Center. It marked the first time that the Relics had ever left India for another country. For many seekers in America the Relics offer profound significance and continuing inspiration.
The Center’s website is the Peacock Pages, an outgrowth of The Peacock Letter, and will be updated periodically. The Peacock Letter was itself published on The Peacock Letter page, found on The Center dropdown menu. These appeared on the four Darshan dates of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram as released by the Integral Knowledge Study Center. For past issues of The Peacock Letter, please visit The Peacock Letter page or .
All quotations from the works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother are copyrighted by the Sri Aurobindo Ashram and are reproduced with the kind permission of the Ashram.
Contributions to the Center’s ongoing work in America are welcome. The Integral Knowledge Study Center is a tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation.