Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapters 22-23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22-23 Summary and Analysis

At a shrine in Dakshineswar, Mukunda is transported into divine consciousness as he tries to help his unbelieving brother-in-law, Satish. The stone statute of Kali comes to life and speaks to him, and upon rejoining his sister, Roma, and Satish, they are miraculously served a feast, much to the cynical Satish's surprise. Satish is transformed by the experience and goes deeply into the study of self-realization.

Years later, although Satish is suffering from a serious illness, Roma decides to die at his feet as a devoted Hindu wife. Although Satish becomes completely healed form his own illness, he decides to join her, dying from unknown causes. Mukunda is obviously now having some of the effects on people that earlier characters had on his younger life. He has had the experience now of ecstatic transformation several times, and seems to...

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