1. Take 30 days or a year to make a walking practice continual. 2. Set a “Camino” dedication to someone or to a goal you have or simply integrate your awareness and gratitude of the natural world through this practice. 3. You may choose to keep a Pilgrimage Journal of what you discover as well as the photos you take. Use this journey as an excuse to explore your city. A Word Doc works great for the combination of daily writing and photos. 4. It might be fun to keep track of miles and note when you complete the 495 traditional Camino de Santiago miles. Celebrate!
The sacred does not have to happen on a trip half way across the world. The sacred exists inside us, and we can Camino here and now by living our unique & sacred existence every day. All that is required is the purpose; to honor someone or something or to mark your own life’s journey by spending time in nature.