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Svadhyaya on Pilgrimage: Renew Your Perspective

Pilgrimage and the Three Pillars of Yoga

A pilgrimage gives us a unique, supportive opportunity to observe the unhelpful tendencies that hold us back from experiencing freedom and fulfillment. In this talk, Ransom Hare shares how a systematic approach to svadhyaya (self-study) can optimize the fruits of our practice. Learn how the skillful practice of self-study uplifts and renews our perspective on our journey, and ultimately leads us toward greater clarity, inspiration, and joy.

Format: Video with audio download
Length: 3 mins

About the Teacher

Ransom Hare

Ransom has been actively involved in the Himalayan Institute’s Humanitarian and Excursion activities in India, Mexico, and Cameroon for over seven years. Since 2012, he has been part of the Excursion team leading groups to Allahabad, Khajuraho, and various sacred sites in the Himalayas including Dharamshala, Manali, Har Ki Doon, Gangotri and Tungnath, in India and to Cameroon, West Africa. He has a passion for exploring sacred spaces and learning how they can be a catalyst for deep transformation. Ransom has been developing his yoga practice and studying with the Himalayan Institute since 2008. He completed his 500 hour teacher training certification in 2018 and currently serves as a faculty member contributing to the Himalayan Institute. He is also a certified Wilderness First Responder.

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