Interested to learn more about pilgrimage?
Here are some resources you can check out:
The Art of Pilgrimage: The Seeker’s Guide to Making Travel Sacred by Phil Cousineau
Make every travel experience a pilgrimage. This book is for the traveler who longs for something more than diversion and escape.
The Soul of a Pilgrim: Eight Practices for the Journey Within by Christine Valters Paintner
Paintner shows how to cultivate attentiveness to the divine through deep listening, patience, and opening oneself to the gifts that arise in the midst of discomfort. Each of the eight chapters offers reflections on the themes, a scripture story, an invitation to the practice of lectio divina, and a creative exploration through photography and writing.
Walk in a Relaxed Manner: Life Lessons from the Camino by Joyce Rupp
This book describes the humor, heartbreak and adventure of Rupp’s 47-day, 450-mile trek along the famous Spanish pilgrimage route Camino de Santiago.
Sacred Spaces: Stations on a Celtic Way by Margaret Silf
What makes a space sacred? Beginning with traditionally “sacred” spots, Silf reflects on what sacred spaces mean in our lives and where we can find them.
In this brief memoir, author and theologian Maggi Dawn shares her own gradual discovery of what it means to be a pilgrim, and suggests ways in which we can rediscover this ancient spiritual discipline in our global, twenty-first century world.
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