Autobiography of a Yogi
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- Chapter 1: My Parents and Early Life
- Chapter 2: Mother's Death and the Amulet
- Chapter 3: The Saint with Two Bodies (Swami Pranabananda)
- Chapter 4: My Interrupted Flight Toward the Himalaya
- Chapter 5: A "Perfume Saint" Performs his Wonders
- Chapter 6: The Tiger Swami
- Chapter 7: The Levitating Saint (Nagendra Nath Bhaduri)
- Chapter 8: India's Great Scientist and Inventor, Jagadis Chandra Bose
- Chapter 9: The Blissful Devotee and his Cosmic Romance (Master Mahasaya)
- Chapter 10: I Meet my Master, Sri Yukteswar
- Chapter 11: Two Penniless Boys in Brindaban
- Chapter 12: Years in my Master's Hermitage
- Chapter 13: The Sleepless Saint (Ram Gopal Muzumdar)
- Chapter 14: An Experience in Cosmic Consciousness
- Chapter 15: The Cauliflower Robbery
- Chapter 16: Outwitting the Stars
- Chapter 17: Sasi and the Three Sapphires
- Chapter 18: A Mohammedan Wonder-Worker (Afzal Khan)
- Chapter 19: My Guru Appears Simultaneously in Calcutta and Serampore
- Chapter 20: We Do Not Visit Kashmir
- Chapter 21: We Visit Kashmir
- Chapter 22: The Heart of a Stone Image
- Chapter 23: My University Degree
- Chapter 24: I Become a Monk of the Swami Order
- Chapter 25: Brother Ananta and Sister Nalini
- Chapter 26: The Science of Kriya Yoga
- Chapter 27: Founding of a Yoga School at Ranchi
- Chapter 28: Kashi, Reborn and Rediscovered
- Chapter 29: Rabindranath Tagore and I Compare Schools
- Chapter 30: The Law of Miracles
- Chapter 31: An Interview with the Sacred Mother (Kashi Moni Lahiri)
- Chapter 32: Rama is Raised from the Dead
- Chapter 33: Babaji, the Yogi of Modern India
- Chapter 34: Materializing a Palace in the Himalayas
- Chapter 35: The Christlike(?) Life of Lahiri Mahasaya
- Chapter 36: Babaji's Interest in the West
- Chapter 37: I Go to America
- Chapter 38: Luther Burbank--An American Saint
- Chapter 39: Therese Neumann, the Catholic Stigmatist of Bavaria
- Chapter 40: I Return to India
- Chapter 41: An Idyll in South India
- Chapter 42: Last Days with my Guru
- Chapter 43: The Resurrection of Sri Yukteswar
- Chapter 44: With Mahatma Gandhi at Wardha
- Chapter 45: The Bengali "Joy-Permeated Mother" (Ananda Moyi Ma)
- Chapter 46: The Woman Yogi who Never Eats (Giri Bala)
- Chapter 47: I Return to the West
- Chapter 48: At Encinitas in California
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