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This book is a must-read for the budding yogi, the spiritual veteran looking for a deeper understanding, and everyone in between... --Yogi Times<br \><br \>One book in particular stayed with Steve Jobs his entire life, Autobiography of a Yogi...'the guide to meditation and spirituality that he had first read as a teenager, then re-read in India and had read once a year ever since.' --Huffington Post, review of Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs
Fabulous stories from his life keep the reader inspired, informed, and thoroughly entertained from beginning to end. --Yoga Journal
1893 1952 Hailed as the father of Yoga in the West, Paramahansa Yogananda is regarded as one of the great spiritual figures of our time. Born in northern India, he came to the United States in 1920, where for more than 30 years he taught the ancient science of meditation and the art of balanced spiritual living. That same year he founded Self-Realization Fellowship, to disseminate his writings and teachings worldwide. Through his best-selling classic, Autobiography of a Yogi, and his numerous other books, he has introduced millions throughout the world to the spiritual principles of yoga meditation and the universal truths underlying all world religions.
This book will change your thinking and your life for the better.Published 2 days ago by Joseph Heirling
As a christian I found Yogananda to be compatible w/my faith. He speaks highly of Jesus and often refers to Christ consciousness. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Michael M. Prats
Wow. Read this book. This book just blew me away. I have recommended it to my friends and family and have bought a few as gifts as well.Published 4 days ago by LGCnyc
I wanted to get into this book but just couldn't. Chapters all over the place. Stopped a third of the way throughPublished 4 days ago by Jay1976