The Power of Pilgrimage in Kali Yuga

The Power of Pilgrimage in Kali Yuga

Spiritual Evolution in Kali Yuga: The Power of Practice, Prana, & Pilgrimage

Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD | May 18, 2017

Pilgrimage to sacred sites and shrines is important to all cultures and traditions. Why? Because over millennia, thousands of adepts and millions of faithful seekers undertook intense spiritual practice at these places, which became powerful energetic vortexes. In the subtle realm, these sites emit an indescribable energy of purity and transformation. We can bask in this energy. To accelerate our practice—and experience what lies beyond our ordinary mind and senses—nothing can be more fulfilling than pilgrimage. In this satsang, Panditji shares the nuances of sacred space in the Tradition of the Himalayan Sages, and shares why pilgrimage to certain shrines is so essential in the uphill battle with the forces of Kali Yuga.

This Livestream features a satsang on The Power of Pilgrimage in Kali Yuga by Pandit Rajmani Tigunait. This is the final part the Spirituality in Kali Yuga: The Power of Practice, Prana, & Pilgrimage series. Listen and practice along with us; heed the powerful wisdom that will transform your life!

Format: Video with audio download
Length: 1 hr, 29 mins

Source: Livestream recorded live at the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA on May 18, 2017.

About the Presenter

Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD

Spiritual head of the Himalayan Institute, Pandit Tigunait is the successor of Swami Rama of the Himalayas. Lecturing and teaching worldwide for more than a quarter of a century, he is the author of 17 books, including his recently released Vishoka Meditation: The Yoga of Inner Radiance, and his autobiography Touched by Fire: The Ongoing Journey of a Spiritual Seeker. Pandit Tigunait holds two doctorates: one in Sanskrit from the University of Allahabad in India, and another in Oriental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania. Family tradition gave Pandit Tigunait access to a vast range of spiritual wisdom preserved in both the written and oral traditions. Before meeting his master, Pandit Tigunait studied Sanskrit, the language of the ancient scriptures of India, as well as the languages of the Buddhist, Jaina, and Zoroastrian traditions. In 1976, Swami Rama ordained Pandit Tigunait into the 5,000-year-old lineage of the Himalayan Masters.