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This is one of the Yogi Publication Society (YPS) titles, which may have been in part or whole written by William Walker Atkinson. At the very least, this volume seems to have been padded out a bit. The first few chapters are consistent in tone and style, and discuss basics of Hindu (or perhaps Theosophist) thought in very general terms, with lots of italics and small caps for emphasis. There is even a realistic description of a saddhu and a fishmarket in Benares, local color which you don't typically find in the YPS series. Hindu technical terms are used correctly (and spelled correctly). (Quote from


I— The Yogi Conception of Life
II— The Ideal and the Practical
III— Read and Reflect
IV— Man: Animal and Divine
V— Double Consciousness
VI— Spiritual Unfoldment
VII— Cause and Effect
VIII— Man—The Master
IX— Self-Development
X— Developing the Spiritual Consciousness
XI— Who Can Be a Yogi?
XII— Constructive Idealism
XIII— Higher Reason and Judgment
XIV— Conquest of Fear
XV— The Role of Prayer
XVI— Thought: Creative and Exhaustive
XVII— Meditation Exercises
XVIII— Self-De-Hypnotization
XIX— Self-De-Hypnotization
XX— Character-Building

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