Soul Food Pilgrimage

Iona abbey

SOUL FOOD PILGRIMAGE

We’re back from our soul nourishing pilgrimage to England and Scotland! The trip was a profound evolution for us.

We now understand that everyone’s life is a pilgrimage and we each need soulful nourishment — Soul food —  to thrive.

One aspect of Soul food comes from sacred places where people have been pilgrims for a long time. We traveled to places in England and Scotland where people have been pilgrims for thousands of years.

David Susan and Dwight at Stonhenge

David Susan and Dwight at Stonehenge

Poppies near Silbury Hill                            Everything was so alive! Poppies near West Kennet Long Barrow

Silbury Hill           Potent energy at Silbury Hill where the Michael and Mary Ley lines cross. Pilgrims have been coming to this hill built by humans over 4400 years ago.

Pilgrimage walk in EnglandWe walked miles and miles along pathways and ley lines receiving and infusion of life from the land. And even managed to drive a car on the left-hand side of the road.

Glastonbury Tor

We climbed sacred sites like Glastonbury Tor

Well of Eternal Life Iona

 

 

 

And drank from the Well of Eternal Life on Iona

We knew we were receiving sacred blessings that were beyond words.

 

 

 

 

Dartmoor friends

The trains carried us from London to Cornwall to Iona in the north. And friends old and new nourished our hearts.

 

 

 

 

We have all done amazing personal work to transform ourselves. And we knew that in ourselves and for those we work with that something was missing.

Have you noticed that no matter how much personal work you’ve done that there is an underlying hunger for something more?

Defining what our souls need to stay strong and well-nourished is what Wisdom Rx will be focusing on in the coming months. We each have a unique recipe for the soul food that will keep us truly connected to source, so that we don’t have to be starving in the journey of our lives.

Please share your thoughts with us below.

Love,

David and Susan
Wisdom Rx

3 comments on “Soul Food Pilgrimage

  1. Mignon on

    Susan, David and old friend.
    I can feel as if I was there with you!
    Thank you for sharing!
    My pilgrimage has been a bit different and every moment is a choice to be on one. Be unreasonable!
    Love you three!
    Mignon

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  2. Alicia Mayo on

    WOW!! You can almost feel the wind

    WOW! You can almost feel the wind! Thank you for sharing such wonderful photos, and bringing back sacred memories. We need to get together again to share experiences of such sacred places. We did not go to Scotland, and we went to Glastonbury Tor, Stonehenge, and became, for the first time, aware of the lay lines. Let me know when we can get together for dinner.
    Love, Alicia

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