Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary and Analysis

Mukunda returns to his guru, who is not angry about his abrupt departure and abandonment of his duties at the hermitage. Yukteswar tells him that since he expects nothing from others, their "actions cannot be in opposition" to his wishes. Mukunda experiences a cosmic love for his master.

Mukunda is sitting in meditation, but is having trouble focusing when Yukteswar loudly calls out to him. He knows that Mukunda is meditating haphazardly with his mind distributed "like leaves in a storm," and seems to pity Mukunda for not having found what he was looking for in the mountains.

Yukteswar strikes Mukunda on the chest and Mukunda's spiritual body escapes into an intense awareness of everything around him, including the atomic structures, roots of plants, and an all-perceptive, simultaneous vision of what we ordinarily are not able to see with our eyes...

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