Little Pilgrimages Australia

 

The next Little Pilgrimages:

Sunday December 1, 2019:  Ancient Rainforest

Sunday January 5, 2020:  The Garden of Heaven and Earth

Time out at the end and beginning of the year to refresh, be present, deepen insight, reconnect with beauty, uplift the soul, and listen to your inner voice. A Little Pilgrimage takes you on a timeless passage. It is fresh air from the inside out.

A pilgrimage is a passage of spiritual significance and a private journey into your inner world through the outer world.

 

About a Little Pilgrimage 

One day, one hour from the city, and run during the mild and warm months of the year.

Diana takes a group of eclectic day travellers for a refreshing and unique experience of our beautiful natural environment, one of the most ancient landscapes on earth, or to the sanctuary of gardens.

Each Little Pilgrimage has a theme that reflects the landscape as well as universal life themes.

 

 

A Pilgrimage for Your Group

Little Pilgrimages can also be designed and conducted especially for your group to Forest, Ocean, Gardens or Rivers. Contact  di@dipercy.com to discuss.

Little Pilgrimage: Ocean

 At the Edge of Two Worlds

Where the ocean meets the land is a meeting of two worlds.

The ocean is where life began. It is what formed us. The land is what we know and where we live. These are two distinct atmospheres, two rhythms and ways of being. Two worlds that serve different purposes. It is a primal conversation.

Sometimes our life is like this. The meeting of ocean and land is a living metaphor of the boundaries and thresholds we arrive at in life and the worlds we live between. Being at the edge of two worlds deserves recognition, time, and is to be treated with great respect.

At the edge of two worlds is where you can spread your wings liberate your thinking and be expansive . . .

Concentrated in one day an hour and twenty from Melbourne.

Little Pilgrimage: Forest

Seeing beauty in the earth

The themes for all the Little Pilgrimages reflect the place itself.

The idea is to get you wondering about the theme in relation to your life before we actually go on the Little Pilgrimage. It is designed to help you get the most from it.