Pilgrimage Blog

From Summer to Fall

As all summers tend to, this past summer flew by quickly. Kids are already back to school and the days are growing noticeably shorter. While many lament the end of summer, I think there’s a beauty that comes with autumn that is not limited to watching the leaves change color. We spend our summers working […]

Loving Space

Please enjoy this poem By Rumi, Different degrees of Domination and Servitude are what you know as love But Love is different It arrives complete like the Full Moon at the Window Seek only That of which you have no clue Step out of the circle of Time and into the Circle of Love. This […]

Trusting in your Goal

I was reading a book by Rudolph Steiner the other day: he founded the Waldorf Schools. The book is about accessing the higher realms of reality and he wrote that one of the most important things in the journey is to have confidence in one’s goal. If we have confidence in our goal then we […]

The Ever-Changing Present and the Ever-Changing Practice

When I first started practicing yoga, the majority of my thoughts during class were focused on making sure my expression of the postures was as close to textbook (i.e. Yoga Journal) as possible. It was hard enough trying to decipher which pose blah-blah-blah-asana was, but then attempting to align everything from my toes to the […]