Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapters 28-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28-29 Summary and Analysis

As a way to illustrate his developing psychic powers, Yogananda describes himself making predictions that amaze his students. He tells a favorite student named Kashi that he will soon be dead, and promises that he will try to find Kashi after he dies. For safety, he advised Kashi to stay at the school while he was gone, but Kashi's father forced him to go to Calcutta to visit his mother, and Kashi dies from cholera. Yogananda begins to search for Kashi in the astral realm and finally locates him in-utero in a mother who is six months pregnant. He described Kashi to the young couple. When their son is born, he is instantly attracted to Yogananda and his teachings, and as a teenager is sent by Yogananda to a Hilalayan master to study.

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