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Monk teaches importance of pilgrimage

Bhaktimarga Swami, a Hare Kirshna monk, walked through Agassiz on Wednesday morning as part of a pilgrimage awareness walk across Canada. He has been walking across the country over the course of four summers, to encourage people to consider embracing a slower, more thoughtful pace of life. He is also doing speaking engagements at yoga studios and recreational centers along the way.   - Jessica Peters/ Observer
Bhaktimarga Swami, a Hare Kirshna monk, walked through Agassiz on Wednesday morning as part of a pilgrimage awareness walk across Canada. He has been walking across the country over the course of four summers, to encourage people to consider embracing a slower, more thoughtful pace of life. He is also doing speaking engagements at yoga studios and recreational centers along the way.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

Bhaktimarga Swami, a Hare Kirshna monk, walked through Agassiz on Wednesday morning as part of a pilgrimage awareness walk across Canada.

He has been walking across the country over the course of four summers, to encourage people to consider embracing a slower, more thoughtful pace of life. He is also doing speaking engagements at yoga studios and recreational centers along the way.

For more information, visit www.thewalkingmonk.net.

 

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