Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary and Analysis

Mukunda has presented his master with six huge cauliflowers that he planted and nurtured with his own hands. Yukteswar asks him to keep them in his own room for a special dinner. They are at the seaside resort of Puri, and go for a walk on the beach. Master asks whether Mukunda has neglected to lock the back door of the hermitage, and notes that he will be punished for his neglect. A disoriented peasant enters the ashram by the back door and takes one of the cauliflowers, and Yukteswar implies that he directed the peasant to Mukunda's cauliflowers to teach Mukunda a lesson.

When the radio became known years later, Mukunda realizes that his master was a perfect human radio, and this incident reminds him that thoughts are simply vibrations being picked up at different frequencies. Master had picked up...

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