This is purity, to accept no other influence but only the influence of the Divine.
The Mother – Words of the Mother: CWM, Vol. 14, p149
What I call purity, the true purity, is not all those things morality teaches: it is non-ego.
There must be nothing but Him.
Him, not only because we have given Him everything and consecrated ourselves totally to Him (that is not enough), but Him because He has taken total possession of the human instrument.
The Mother – Agenda: Vol. 1, p369
Purity or impurity depends upon the consciousness; in the divine consciousness everything is pure, in the ignorance everything is subject to impurity, not the body only or part of the body, but mind and vital and all. Only the self and the psychic being remain always pure.
Sri Aurobindo – Letters on Yoga: CWSA, Vol. 29, p48-49
It [purity] is more a condition than a substance. Peace helps to purity—since in peace disturbing influences cease and the essence of purity is to respond only to the Divine Influence and not to have an affinity with other movements.
Sri Aurobindo – Letters on Yoga: CWSA, Vol. 29, p48
Out of the sphere of Mind he had arisen,
He had left the reign of Nature’s hues and shades;
He dwelt in his self’s colourless purity.
Sri Aurobindo – Savitri: CWSA, Vol. 33, Book Two, p297