Pilgrimage Report from Skotino Cave: Gifts of the Dark

We left behind the wind and sweeping views of Anemospilla’s peak sanctuary to descend into the rock dark of Skotino Cave.  Votive offerings have been found in the cave dating back to the earliest Cretan peoples, popularly called the Minoans. Worship and use of the site is ancient but also continuous.   Above the path to [...] Learn more →

Pilgrimage – Week 5 Walking the Ways

This is the first daily email for our final week of Walking the Ways of the Summer Light focused on Pilgrimage.  Words to Inspire Pilgrimage is an imaginary road with real stones in it. Phil Cousineau,The Art of Pilgrimage  Wisdom Image From The Shining Tribe Tarot by Rachel Pollack   Prompts for Practice Today we [...] Learn more →

Pilgrimage Report in Poetry and Prose

The Summer Solstice-hinged e-retreat Walking the Ways of the Summer Light just concluded. This offering is a poetic report from a few moments of my Pilgrimage trip to Acadia National Park.    Love, the shaper, makes her a light fish with dark eyes swimming green, this passage skims skin from her cheeks. What she wanted [...] Learn more →

Pilgrimage Week 4: Return

This is the fourth and final post on pilgrimage as part of the seasonal ritual Walking the Ways of the Summer Light. The pilgrimage posts began with Departure from the Threshold , continued with Journey, and reached The Center last week.  The final practice of pilgrimage calls you to wait for a while in the place where you [...] Learn more →

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