Just back from India, where she helped raise over a million dollars for organizations working to eradicate sex trafficking, Seane Corn joins Waylon Lewis in a conversation on the importance of activism within the context of working on ourselves.
As both an activist and yoga instructor, Seane believes that we shouldn’t wait to be “enlightened,” but that actually we can work on both ourselves and our community simultaneously, side by side, and that each has the ability to transform and heal the other.
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