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Herausgeber:Yogoda Satsanga Society of India
Herausgegeben in:2010
Gewicht:1 gms
Biblio:pp. xvi + 510, Frontispiece, 33 Pages of Plates, Index

Der Titel "Autobiography of a Yogi 3rd Impression" wurde geschrieben von Paramhansa Yogananda. Dieses Buch wurde veröffentlicht im Jahr 2010. Die ISBN 818953551X|9788189535513 ist der Paperback Ausgabe dieses Buchs zugewiesen. Dieses Buch hat insgesamt pp. xvi + 510 Seiten. Der Herausgeber dieses Titels ist Yogoda Satsanga Society of India. Wir haben etwa 120 andere großartige Bücher von diesem Herausgeber. Autobiography of a Yogi 3rd Impression ist derzeit bei uns erhältlich.

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Über das Buch

This acclaimed Autobiography is at once a penetrating and unforgettable look at the ultimate mysteries of human existence and a fascinating portrait of one of the great spiritual figures of our time. With engaging candour, eloquence, and wit, Paramahansa Yogananda narrates the inspiring chronicle of his life-the experiences of his remarkable childhood, encounters with many saints and sages during his youthful Search for an illumined teacher, ten years of training in the ashram of his God-realized guru, and of the many years (hat he lived and taught as spiritual preceptor to truth-seekers all over the world. Also recorded are his meetings with Ramana Maharshi, Ananda Moyi Ma, Master Mahasaya (the saintly disciple of Ramakrishna Paramahansa), Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, and Jagadis Chandra Bose.

Considered a modern spiritual classic, the Book has been translated into twenty-one languages and is widely used as a text and reference work in colleges and universities. Thousands of readers have declared Autobiography of a Yogi the most fascinating reading of a lifetime.

Über den Autor

Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda entered mahasamadhi (a yogi's final conscious exit from the body) in Los Angeles, California, on March 7, 1952, after concluding his speech at a banquet held in honour of H. E. Binay R. Sen, Ambassador of India.

The great world teacher demonstrated the value of yoga (scientific techniques for God-realization) not only in life but in death. Weeks after his departure his unchanged face shone with the divine luster of incorruptibility.

Mr. Harry T. Rowe, Los Angeles Mortuary Director, Forest Lawn Memorial-Park (in which the body of the great master is temporarily placed), sent Self-Realization Fellowship a notarized letter from which the following extracts are taken :

"The absence of any visual signs of decay in the dead body of Paramahansa Yogananda offers the most extraordinary case in our experience.... No physical disintegration was visible in his body even twenty days after death.... No indication of mold was visible on his skin, and no visible desiccation (drying up) took place in the bodily tissues. This state of perfect preservation of a body is, so far as we know from mortuary annals, an unparalleled one.... At the time of receiving Yogananda's body, the Mortuary personnel expected to observe, through the glass lid of the casket, the usual progressive signs of bodily decay. Our astonishment increased as day followed day without bringing any visible change in the body under observation. Yogananda's body was apparently in a phenomenal state of immutability....

"No odour of decay emanated from his body at any time.... The physical appearance of Yogananda on March 27th, just before the bronze cover of the casket was put into position, was the same as it had been on March 7th. He looked on March 27th as fresh and as unravaged by decay as he had looked on the night of his death. On March 27th there was no reason to say that his body had suffered any visible physical disintegration at all. For these reasons we state again that the case of Paramahansa Yogananda is unique in our experience." In 1977, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the mahasamadhi of Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda, the Government of India issued this commemorative stamp in his honour. With the stamp, the government published a descriptive leaflet, which read, in part :

"The ideal of love for God and service to humanity found full expression in the life of Paramahansa Yogananda.... Though the major part of his life was spent outside of India, still he takes his place among our great saints. His work continues to grow and shine ever more brightly, drawing people everywhere on the path of the pilgrimage of the Spirit."


The Law /W.Y. Evans-Wentz

1. My Parents and Early Life
2. My Mother's Death and the Mystic Amulet
3. The Saint With Two Bodies (Swami Pranabananda)
4. My Interrupted Flight Toward the Himalayas
5. A "Perfume Saint" Displays His Wonders
6. The Tiger Swami
7. The Levitating Saint (Nagendra Nath Bhaduri)
8. India's Great Scientist, J.C. Bose
9. The Blissful Devotee and His Cosmic Romance (Master Mahasaya)
10. I Meet My Master, Sri Yukteswar
11. Two Penniless Boys in Brindaban
12. Years in My Master's Hermitage
13. The Sleepless Saint (Ram Gopal Muzumdar)
14. An Experience in Cosmic Consciousness
15. The Cauliflower Robbery
16. Outwitting the Stars
17. Sasi and the Three Sapphires
18. A Mohammedan Wonder-Worker (Afzal Khan)
19. My Master, in Calcutta, Appears in Serampore
20. We Do Not Visit Kashmir
21. We Visit Kashmir
22. The Heart of a Stone Image
23. I Receive My University Degree
24. I Become a Monk of the Swami Order
25. Brother Ananta and Sister Nalini
26. The Science of Kriya Yoga
27. Founding a Yoga School in Ranchi
28. Kashi, Reborn and Discovered
29. Rabindranath Tagore and I Compare Schools
30. The Law of Miracles
31. An Interview With the Sacred Mother (Kashi Moni Lahiri)
32. Rama Is Raised From the Dead
33. Babaji, Yogi-Christ of Modern India
34. Materializing a Palace in the Himalayas
35. The Christlike Life of Lahiri Mahasaya
36. Babaji's Interest in the West
37. I Go to America
38. Luther Burbank-A Saint Amid the Roses
39. Therese Neumann, the Catholic Stigmatist
40. I Return to India
41. An Idyl in South India
42. Last Days With My Guru
43. The Resurrection of Sri Yukteswar
44. With Mahatma Gandhi at Wardha
45. The Bengali "Joy-Permeated Mother" (Ananda Moyi Ma)
46. The Woman Yogi Who Never Eats (Giri Bala)
47. I Return to the West
48. At Encinitas in California
49. The Years 1940-1951

Paramahansa Yogananda : A Yogi in Life and Death
Commemorative stamp issued by Government of India in honour of Paramahansa Yogananda
Aims and Ideals of Yogoda Satsanga Society of India