Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapters 33-34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 33-34 Summary and Analysis

Yogananda claims that the avatar saint Babaji has lived, and still lives in the Himalayan crags for many centuries. His state of existence is "beyond human comprehension," since he is completely free of death and reincarnation, having no debt to nature. Babaji is considered a master avatar whose job it is to help and guide Indian prophets in their particular works, and he is in constant communion with Christ, who works with him in the plan for salvation of humanity. Babaji has never appeared openly, but works in obscurity. Fluent in any language, we have no knowledge of his earthly origins. His body is that of a young man and he requires no food; he travels with his group of disciples from one place to another. When a man climbed a cliff and approached Babaji uninvited, Babaji told him...

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