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".