Project Description

“All truly great thoughts are conceived when walking.” – Friedrich Nietche

“I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.” – John Muir

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The Pilgrimage Challenge

The Root Of The Pilgrimage Challenge

The pure and simple act of walking has an incredible ability to shine a light on the depths of our brain we haven’t paid much attention to. The parts of our brain where ideas happen, where stories unfold, where the past lingers into the present, and where the future can unfold. From sunrise to sunset, with one foot in front of the other as you move onward and upward and forward, what will you discover and find out?

Your Guidelines

  • Pick a start point, and walk – in any which direction – from sunrise to sunset. 
    • Your start point could be your front door, a trailhead, a dirt road, a sandy beach, a city block.
    • Your path can be anything from a circumference, to a straight line, to a zig zag.

The structure of your pilgrimage is yours to create.  Simply walk from sunrise to sunset and enjoy the process. See what you discovery.

Share Your Journey – Add To The Ripple Effect

From photos to videos to a blog post, share your journey with us. Let your friends see what you are doing and why, for you never know what seed you might plant in someone’s mind due to your own authentic actions. 

Post photos on instagram with the hashtags to make it simple for us to follow one another and connect. 

#M2LIVECZE #M2LIVEpilgrimage #TheMadOnes #pilgrimage #walkabout #visionquest #walking

Accompanied Reading

  • The Alchemist
  • The Art of the Pilgrimage
  • The Life of Pi
  • Siddhartha
  • There Are Other Rivers
  • The Pilgrimage

Conversations About The Pilgrimage

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