Autobiography of a Yogi

Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi
One of the most important spiritual works of the 20th century
Autobiography of a Yogi

New York: Philosophical Library, [1946]. First edition. Original blue publisher's cloth binding with gilt to spine and front board. Top stained red. Some very gentle rubbing to extremities. Bookplate of Lillian Howarth to front pastedown. In a Near Fine jacket with some creasing to the top of the front panel, gentle wear to corners and head of spine, and light soiling to rear panel. In all, a clean, tight, square copy presenting nicely in its original jacket.

Beginning with his childhood and tracing his life through his encounters with monks, gurus, and key spiritual figures of the East and West, Autobiography of a Yogi provides readers with an introduction to the teachings of Krishna yoga meditation. The book, which has been translated into over fifty languages, has been highly acclaimed as one of the 100 Most Important Spiritual Works of the 20th Century; and it has influenced a diverse readership to explore and appreciate Eastern methods of God-realization. Among its notable readers have been George Harrison, Mariel Hemingway, and Steve Jobs.
Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. (Item #2700)

Price: $4,850