It is not necessary to be a deep believer in order to ask spiritual questions, to think about the meaning of life, the search for oneself, one’s purpose and path. However, unlike monks and priests, our body and thoughts absorb the everyday cycle. So strong that he doesn’t let go even on vacation. We don’t have enough time even to think! But, as they say, if you don’t go on the road, then you won’t come anywhere.
The road is a magician, a psychotherapist, a magic key to spiritual growth. Not without reason from ancient times, tireless pilgrims set off on a journey to gain wisdom, to know themselves and God. So why not take an example from them ?!
Do not get confused or confused. External presence and internal work
First, let’s dot the “ё”. The term “pilgrimage” is Christian, which means the journey of pilgrims to the Holy Land and individual holy places to pray, repent, and venerate miraculous icons, relics or a sacred source. In other faiths, religious wanderings are called by their terms: for example, in Islam – “hajj” or “umra”, in Hinduism and Buddhism – “kora” or “parikrama”. However, the concept of “pilgrimage” also stuck to them, so in this text we use it in a broad sense. Continue reading