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On Thursday, September 7, Bill Harman and Clayton Payne's World Religions class had two guests come in to discuss Hinduism in the 21st century. Building on an introduction provided by Dyvia B. ('18) the previous week, Isa Grimes shared what it means to be a member of the Brahmin caste in modern India and the origins of the pantheistic practices while correcting common misconceptions. Pradnya Amin, from The Art of Living Foundation, lead the students in a puja, a gratitude ceremony, and shared breathing techniques for relaxing the mind.

During the previous week, World Religions students visited the Scripps Center of Integrated Medicine to walk their Labyrinth and discuss the biological connections between rituals, prayer, and healing.

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