Autobiography of a Yogi is now on Kindle, and is the best spiritual masterpiece ever written. From the very first word to the last, I feel inspired and transformed.
Author Paramahansa Yogananda is responsible for bringing Yoga to America in 1920. Now it is a household word and many of us practice it.
I’ve read the book about seven times. This is my eighth. Each time, I am drawn to something I missed before. It is a spiritual adventure, and it allows the mind to break free of all the logical mind left brain thinking we are used to an American culture.
How is what Yogananda writes even remotely possible? In reality, we’ve shut our spiritual mind off to the possibilities offered in the book – the possibility of dematerialization without actually dying, of being physically able to be more than one place at once, the stigmata, or to eat or drink nothing and survive only on Spirit nurturance. And Kriya Yoga allows us to enter these worlds.
I was initiated in Kriya Yoga in 1993 by members of Self Realization Fellowship, founded by Yogananda. The organization is still going strong to this day. Kriya Yoga is thoroughly explained in the Autobiography.
I practice Kriya Yoga sporadically. But when I do, the world is mine.
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