The yoga we practice is not for ourselves alone, but for the Divine; its aim
is to work out the will of the
Divine in the world, to effect a spiritual transformation and to bring down a divine nature and a divine life into
the mental, vital and physical nature and life of humanity. Its object is not personal Mukti, although Mukti is
a necessary condition of the yoga, but the liberation and transformation of the human being. It is not personal
Ananda, but the bringing down of the divine Ananda, the Godís kingdom of heaven upon the earth. Of liberation we
have no personal need; for the soul is eternally free and bondage is an illusion.
It is to have this joy of union as the ultimate crown of all the varied experiences of spiritual relation between the individual soul and God that the One became many in the universe.
Let not the impatient Titan drive thy heart,
Ask not the imperfect fruit, the partial prize.
Only one boon, to greaten thy spirit, demand;
Only one joy, to raise thy kind, desire.