The Heart of the Pilgrim in Taoism, Buddhism, and Hinduism

In this podcast, we will explain why pilgrimage is important for spiritual growth and understanding. Ultimately, pilgrimage is a deep lesson in humility and surrender, which is why it is recommended for all sincere seekers interested in the Eastern traditions of Taoism, Buddhism, and Hinduism. The pilgrim’s heart is often misunderstood because we are socially confining ourselves to comfort zones that don’t really exist other than within one’s mind and fear of insecurity. The pilgrimage is a medicine for this fear to free one from the boundaries we build in our mind that protects an ego that doesn’t really exist. Learn how the pilgrimage can bring you back to your true nature.

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2 Comments

  1. Mike Beitler - December 15, 2020

    Jason count me and my daughter in for Nepal and northern Thailand. My daughter is an adult (no children, I promise). She would actually prefer northern Thailand; I’d prefer Nepal. Mike

    • Jason Gregory - December 15, 2020

      That’s great news, Mike. Actually, Thailand and Nepal will be the first places we will tour since both countries will likely overcome this situation before India. I have your name on the list and we can’t wait to spend quality time with both of you. Thank you.

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