Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapters 26-27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-27 Summary and Analysis

Yukteswar suggests that Mukunda should share his knowledge in a structured way, even though he has been opposed to organizational work. Yogananda founds a boys' school in Bihar called Yogoda Satsanga Brahmacharya Vidyalaya, structured to follow the ideals of the Indian rishis, with most instruction delivered outdoors. Much of his teaching involves mind over body exercises in which his students, including his brother, excel. Yogananda's father blesses his school and approves his son's life choices.

He learns a lesson about attachment by trying to save a young deer that was overfed by his students. The deer appeared to him and asked that he let him got so he could go on to his next life. The school at Ranchi grows into a huge institution and includes a medical department. Swami Pranabananda expresses his joy that the school is being...

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