Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary and Analysis

Mukunda returns to his childhood house, and asks Master Mahasaya, who is in deep conversation with his Divine Mother, to intercede on his behalf, since Mukunda is unable to see the Divine Mother. Mukunda's deep grief over the loss of his own mother resurfaces with this visit, since Mahasaya now lives in his old house. Mukunda retires to the attic and meditates until he has a vision of the Divine Mother, who tells him she has always loved him and always will. Mukunda goes to the master again the next morning, who is aware of the vision and visitation of the Divine Mother the night before.

Mahasaya is conducting a school for boys in the Amherst Street house. He tells Mukunda that he is not his master, but that Mukunda's master will come later. The two make a four-mile journey by...

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