The Himalayan Tradition: Discovering Our Spiritual Roots
July 15, 2018
To most aspirants, the idea of tradition is both inspiring and enigmatic. Is there only one tradition or are there many? What are the origins of a tradition, and what makes a tradition living? How can we be a part of a tradition, and what role can it play in our lives as spiritual seekers?
The Himalayan sages treasured the role of tradition in their spiritual evolution. They refer to tradition as guru parampara—the unbroken lineage of living wisdom that lights our path and guides us to the highest experience of Self.
In this livestream, Ishan Tigunait unravels the mysteries of tradition, delving into the origins of the Himalayan Tradition and the masters who are the custodians of our lineage.
Learn where we fit into this living tradition, and how we can share in the gifts that the Himalayan Tradition has to offer.
Format: Video with audio download
Length: 1 hr 28 mins
Source: Livestream recorded live at the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA on July 15, 2018.
The Himalayan Masters: A Living Tradition
The tradition of the Himalayan sages that exists today is an unbroken chain that extends for more than 5,000 years. Undisturbed by the passage of time, this tradition is not concerned with teachings that apply only to a particular era of history or geographical region of the world—its entire emphasis is on the experience of the universal truth of who we are.
The readings in this livestream can be found on pages: xi, 1, and 84.
Touched by Fire
Pandit Tigunait’s autobiography recounts his remarkable journey from his boyhood home in Amar Garh, a traditional village in northern India, to his current life as the spiritual head of the Himalayan Institute. Along the way, you’ll share in his immersion in the Sanskrit scriptures, meet the saints and spiritual masters who teach him valuable meditation techniques, and witness some astonishing miracles and mystical events.
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