“Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures.”
– Lovelle Drachman
Pilgrimage looks different for everybody.
“One of the ancient functions of pilgrimage is to wake us from our slumber.”
― Phil Cousineau, The Art of Pilgrimage: The Seeker’s Guide to Making Travel Sacred
Pilgrimages are not only for the religious.
In the past, we equated pilgrimages with religion, but today we intentionally voyage to places to walk the steps of history, visit hometowns of our idols, or be surrounded by the beauty of nature. We embark on internal journeys without leaving our homes. Or we seek to be changed by music, artwork, and literature.
What’s your next journey?
This blog will focus on three main types of pilgrimages:
1. Intentional Travel
-Religious and Spiritual
2. Inner Journeys
-Music & Sound Healing
3. Collective Creative
-Meaning and Purpose
-Gatherings and Community
-Pursuit of “there”