Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary and Analysis

During the busy activities of coordinating her eldest son's large wedding, Mukunda's mother became ill, which he was foretold of by a visit from her spiritual body in the night. Grief-stricken, Mukunda was visited by the Holy Mother who offered him her blessing.

Mukunda's mother left a message telling him that he had been blessed as an infant by Mahayasa, who told her Mukunda would be a yogi. Two years prior to her death, she was told by a visiting sage that her death was near, and while in prayer, an astraly-produced silver amulet formed in her hands. When Mukunda held the talisman, which was covered in Sanskrit characters, he understood that it was from his teachers of past lives who were guiding his steps. It awakened dormant memories for him. Too young to get to the Himalayas, young Mukunda used...

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