The Path: Autobiography of a Western Yogi
What would it be like to live with a great spiritual master? Here, with over 400 stories and sayings of Paramhansa Yogananda, is the inspiring story of one man's search for truth that led him to the great master's door where he learned to live the spiritual life more perfectly through his teacher's training and example. A vitally useful guide for sincere seekers on any path. Filled with insightful stories and mystical adventures, The Path is considered by many as a companion to Yogananda's Autobiography of a Yogi.
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Chapter page PARTI 1 The Pilgrim Whittles His Staff
He Sets out from Home
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