29.9 (evening) to 1.10 (evening)
A Pilgrimage is a break with ordinary life. A chance to take a step back and exit the time restraints and pressures of daily life. For a couple of days we walk out of our habits, leaving phones and computers behind, and do a (partly scored) walk in nature. We allow for silence and companionship, creating a mindful breathing space in our heads, and sleeping in the open and improvise our way through obstacles.
We start the Pilgrimage on Friday evening with an improvised potluck and evening ceremony at The Monastery. On Saturday we take an early train to our starting point in Wallonie (station to be confirmed) and start our two-day walk. We expect to return to Brussels around 8pm on Sunday. If you can not make it on Friday, you can still meet us at North Station on Saturday.
For those that do not like to carry their tent themselves, we can find a way to get it delivered to the camping spot.
What to bring:
good walking shoes, waterproof jacket, poket knife and spoon and a light bowl, tent (we can try to share), torch.
If you come, let us know by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. also mention if you bring a tent, and how many people it fits…