Mar 24, 2022
"The undercurrent of the Camino is pilgrimage; it's walking in some spiritual way and being willing to rely on the kindness and support of others. You're removed from everything that you know. It's not your language, it's not your home, it's not your community. It's not your anything. And yet you put yourself in that situation, expecting that there will be some sort of transformation, change, shift, or whatever that comes from this endeavor.”
This episode is part of a Breathing Wind miniseries titled Finding Unexpected Joy, hosted by Sarah Davis. The Finding Unexpected Joy miniseries explores the idea that joy can happen in the midst of grief, and that maybe we don’t know yet what might come out of our grief journeys.
In this episode, Sarah talks with Diane Wyzga, a podcaster, story strategizer and communication consultant about the Camino, the pilgrimage and spiritual aspect of it, as well as its ability to connect and provide refuge.
How walking the Camino can teach you about yourself
Sarah’s journey through grief on the Camino
Diane’s learnings on the Camino
The concept of pilgrimage and how it relates to life
How they found support while walking
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