Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapters 38-39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 38-39 Summary and Analysis

Yogananda is impressed by Luther Burbank who believes that vibrational love is the key to all evolution, human and plants alike. Burbank, in addition to being a famous horticulturist, was an initiated practice of kriya and has visions of his departed mother. He assisted Yogananda in naming his new magazine "East-West," and endorsed Yogananda's Yogoda system of education through scientific methods of concentration and meditation, and appealed for international schools on the art of living. Yogananda considers him an American saint, and grows to love Burbank very much, conducting a large memorial after his death.

Yogananda has now spent fifteen years in America and is psychically called home by Yukteswar. His friend, James Lynn who is a master of kriya yoga and considered a saint by Yogananda, funds his voyage to India. Accompanied by his secretary, Dick Wright, he...

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