During the 1960s there was a remarkable surge of interest in Yoga on the part of young people living in the West. Geoffrey Hodson gave this talk in 1960 when the movement of Eastern philosophical ideas to the West was beginning to gain momentum. This talk is divided into two parts: the first covers the basic philosophy of Yoga, and the second deals with various methods and practices of Yoga, particularly those that lead towards self-mastery and self-illumination. This lecture was given at the 74th Annual Summer Convention of the Theosophical Society in America, where Mr. Hodson was the featured speaker. 1960. 49 minutes.