“The Master as I Saw Him” is a wonderful book, famous for its chronicling of intense spiritual experiences from the life of Swami Vivekananda, as noted by his disciple Sister Nivedita. Among the many gripping anecdotes that occur in this book are:
- Lord Buddha manifesting before Vivekananda, as he sat meditating in his room, as a youth;
- The bestowing of the boon of “death at will” by Lord Shiva, when Vivekananda visited the Himalayan shrine of Amarnath;
- His actual hearing of the divine voice of ‘the Mother’ at Kshir Bhowani temple;
- His experience of the Nirvikalpa Samadhi or complete mergence with God;
- The Swami’s vision of an ancient Rishi (sage) belonging to the Vedic period (at least 4000-3000 BC), chanting Sanskrit mantras from the Vedas, in an ancient rhythm long forgotten;
- His encounter with distressed spirits who had committed suicide.
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