When James J. Lynn first met Paramahansa Yogananda in 1932, he was a self-made millionaire who had risen from a poverty-stricken boyhood to become one of the most successful businessmen in America. Yet, as he later most successful businessmen in America. Yet, as he later recounted: "I was a totally frustrated man. I had thought money could give me happiness, but nothing seemed to satisfy me. I lived in a state of nervousness, a state of strain, an inward state of uncertainty."
That meeting with Paramhansa Yogananda transformed the life of this great American disciple, later known as Rajarsi Janakananda. He began practising Yoga under the Master’s direction, and his rise to spiritual eminence was as meteoric as his material advancement had been. "I have learned to live by inward joy," he declared. Paramahansa Yogananda often spoke of his exalted spiritual stature, and would say to the other disciples, "I hope you will all follow his saintly example."
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