Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda
I’ll give you several reasons why Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi is a must-read. You might think that one of those reasons is a number of great nuggets you’ll find in here, and you’d be right. But if that’s not enough for you, read on to find out more. I bet you’ll be convinced to pick up the book.
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Autobiography of a Yogi has been translated into more than 30 languages, showing just how widespread the interest in Yogananda’s writing is. It’s popular for a reason, and this is my second argument as to why you should read it.
LAWS OF LIFE / AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGI
“The human mind is a spark of the almighty consciousness of God.”
Thirdly, Yogananda’s book was selected as one of the “100 Best Spiritual Books of the Twentieth Century”, and is seen worldwide as a classic of religious literature.
It continues to appear on bestseller lists more than sixty years after it was published, and has fans in every corner of the planet.
Yogananda’s astonishing autobiography lures people to find the true meaning of life. It tests your courage, your eagerness to learn more about a man who knew since childhood that he would walk a mysterious path filled with awakening experiences and true wisdom.
Our book summary endorses the theory that every being is a devotee of God, even though some of us are atheists. “Autobiography of a Yogi” is a transparent book which covers the life-journey of Paramahansa Yogananda, also known as Mukunda Groh.
An adventurous and spirited boy, guided by the deeper sense of “I” into the mysteries of the unknown. Young Mukunda at the time didn’t seem to fit the Indian society.
Paramahansa talks about the supernatural and the events that shaped his remarkable revelation as an enlightened being. This book acknowledges some basic principles known to Westerners as well.
One of them is to maintain the highest level of integrity, to speak the truth and to witness it with your behavior.
Yogananda brought joy to this world; his words are indeed a true wisdom. Destined to accomplish magnificent things, he established himself as a righteous person – above all. The gentle and kind approach was his method of teaching not only the Indians, but also his words reached the West.
One more reason to start reading it right away: Autobiography of a Yogi is about the gray line between the ordinary and the extraordinary. It’s about the laws of life that create the miracles we tend to call coincidences.
Paramahansa Yogananda proves once again that the power of words is above any other, turning the impossible into possible.
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