Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapters 25-26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25-26 Summary and Analysis

Hearing a clairvoyant message that his brother Ananta will die, Mukunda's grief takes him on a short trip to Japan. When he arrives back in India, he learns that his brother has, indeed, died.

Mukunda's sister Nalini was unusually thin, and he and Nalini's husband joked over her skeletal appearance. However, she wished to be healthy and, although she and Mukunda had not been close as children, she asks for his blessing and healing, which he gives. Within a month, she has reached the same weight as Mukunda and her husband falls in love with her again.

Upon his return from Japan, Mukunda also finds Nalini gravely ill with typhoid, and not expected to live. Mukunda declares that in seven days her fever will be gone, however, her legs were paralyzed. Mukunda seeks help from Yukteswar, who says she...

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