Anyone who is interested should read it. Father was a strict disciplinarian to his children in their early years, but his attitude toward himself was truly Spartan. And yet, on a deeper level, those events serve as mere instruments for conveying sublime truths—truths expressed in such clear language that everyone can grasp them. Quyết định xếp sao cho các cuốn sách trước đây của mình chưa bao giờ thiếu sự phân vân giữa các con số 3 hay 4, 4 hay 5, 2 hay 3. Am I supposed to take these things on face value? Supposedly countless people have been transformed by this book.
Pain is a prod to remembrance. India has an incredibly rich spiritual tradition. This book has many interesting personal anecdotes. One-half minute of revolution of energy around the sensitive spinal cord of man effects subtle progress in his evolution; I'm going to go against the grain here and say that although I see Yogananda as an important figure, and someone who constantly strived, spritiually speaking - his mix of western occultism, Theosophy and New-Age-ism is just that. Now, with this reprint, the 1946 edition is again available, with all its inherent power, just as the great master of yoga first presented it. I did not read this book in search of answers or direction.
Such third party cookies may track your use on Filmibeat sites for better rendering. I enjoyed reading this book. The This was probably the first book Michael Miley ever gave me, possibly the first book I ever read upon his recommendation. With tears and shattered pride, Ganga Dhar Babu sought out his guru. This e-book has been described as a spiritual treasure and the first glance for thousands of westerners into the mysteries of the East. Without poking too much fun, I will accede that my cup is most likely not large enough to contain all the mind-stuff.
It doesnt depend on fanciful fables and claims. That's what you get when you read Autobiography of a Yogi. From here, I felt vipassana medita More just a book 'Autobiography of a Yogi' transformed my heart and mind like an indelible spiritual experience. The idiom 'Never Judge a Book By its Cover' aptly suits this book whose cover gives it a notion of being a purely religious text. Yogananda was the first yogi ever to share the divinity of his experiences in such a way. This is a verbatim reprinting of the original 1946 edition. Imagine a story or script, if you will, built around a scientific theory or some invention to cater to the tastes of Hollywood audience.
The First World War was still being waged in the West; the newsreel presented the carnage with such realism that I left the theater with a troubled heart. One string was cut; immediately the kite floated in my direction. It's a beautiful auto-biography, recalling childhood,amazing stories of India, a troubled school-learning the Humanities, and English. Tựa như tác giả của Năm thức Tây Tạng Christopher S. Yogananda confided with Tagore and Gandhi and many other world great names.
It doesnt depend on fanciful fables and claims. We invite you to download this edition onto your own digital devices, as you may see fit for your individual non-commercial use. Here is a loving biography of a spiritual teacher, written by a disciple attentive to historical accuracy. The next morning, as the guru sat in lotus posture on a wooden bench with a screen behind him, Ganga Dhar Babu arrived with his equipment. He blinked his piercing eyes and leveled them on your father. Like the life it depicts, this book is a gem! This feeling became stronger after Yogananda met his guru Sri Yukteswar and began to spend time with him.
Không nhiều lý do cho tội lỗi này nhưng sâu xa nhất vẫn là: Mình đi lễ làm gì khi không có đức tin? Loving him dearly, we children yet observed a certain reverential distance. I absolutely fail to understand how learned, intelligent people can like this book so much. His sons bought automobiles after they came into popular use, but Father was always content with the trolley car for his daily ride to the office. There is also a chapter which describes 'life' after death the progression of the soul in vivid detail. This is a great book—comparable to any of the world's scriptures in its ability to transform the reader's consciousness. Tựa như cách các thầy chữa bệnh bằng năng lực siêu hình nhưng cũng phải gửi gắm nơi những vật hữu hình như vòng bạc thì các môn sinh mới thành tâm tin tưởng.
Sri Yoganandaje takes his readers on a journey, which is full of witty instances, true accounts, insightful fables, and priceless wisdom. Either way, this biography is destined to be a spiritual classic treasured by many people for years to come. Giá Goodreads cho phép viết cảm nhận mà không cần nhức đầu với sao trăng! I was already teaching spiritual classes by the time I encountered this book and was amazed at how much deeper it took me in my knowledge and practice. He was beginning to find some insight through the study of Eastern philosophies. I do not rate this book five stars, but rather all the stars, from one to five, in that it is both a piece of genius and metaphysical dreck, all paradoxically at the same time. It was a mistake to pick it up in the first place. Paramhansa Yogananda's classic Autobiography of a Yogi was more about the saints Yogananda met than about himself, in spite of the fact that Yogananda was much greater than many he described.