All forms of Yoga in general, and Sri Aurobindo's Integral Yoga in particular, call for the need of formulation of a psychological standpoint with emphasis on the synthesis of the various aspects of experience. This psychology is called Integral Psychology. This book gives a resume of the viewpoints of several noted Western and Indian psychologists, and traces the relationship between Yoga and Integral Psychology. The book has three parts:
- Part one represents Sri Aurobindo's conception of man with editorial explanations to show its comparitive position in relation to modern scientific psychology.
- Part two gives elaborative and comparative studies in Integral Psychology.
- Part three deals with "Integral Personality and Life".