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Camino de Santiago de Compostela 2022 (The Way of Saint James)

Everything has changed and will continue to change for the rest of our lives.


We don't know the search result until we search for it.


The Camino de Santiago for me is a healing portal.


It slows down, centers, purifies, connects with what is sacred, no matter what your background, if you go with an open heart, the Path transforms you.


As we didn't have 30 days to do it from San Jean, we started with two days in Mallorca where I live part of the year, with incredible hikes on this magical island for its beauty and culture to silence, and what is natural and simple.


Soon we found ourselves in Madrid and from there a train to Leon, our starting point.


My mother named us: O Trio Triunfo and that's how our name became.


You never know if you're going to get along with someone, we need conviviality to feel that. It was 20 days together day and night.


I am infinitely grateful for the connection, respect and harmony we had from day one, in respecting our spaces, our silences, in singing songs and mantras together.


Between photos, pee stops, meditations, aromatherapy, sacred breathing practices, mindful walks and self-knowledge exercises, we were pulsing and intertwining.


By praying together, crying, picking cherries, helping each other, visiting castles, pharmacies, kneeling in small churches or large cathedrals, we learn to listen, keeping in sacred secrecy what comes from each one's heart.


Unique connection.


Finding such special places and people on this path, who inspired us, changed our day, our vision of the world, showing with their real experience that anything is possible, gave us energy to keep moving forward, feeling that something new planted in us sprouted stronger every day. each day.


The Way of St. James is a propelling agent for growth, transmutation, and faith.


Faith that the way provides.

Faith that there is something greater and wiser than our own ego.

Faith in perceiving and hearing God around us.


Faith of feeling the earth under our feet and the sky above our heads and that when the rain falls, we know that this blessing in the form of drops takes everything that no longer belongs to us, making room for something else to emerge.


By praying together, crying, picking cherries, helping each other, visiting castles, pharmacies, kneeling in small churches or large cathedrals, we learn to listen, keeping in sacred secrecy what comes from each one's heart.

Something new, with the smell of a flowery field, of a shed tear, of expanded consciousness, with the sound of footsteps on dirt paths for hours. With the presence of a dance of thirsty bodies from the sea of ​​Finisterre, crossing all of Spain from east to west to give a sacred hug of gratitude to Santiago in his field of stars, for bringing us a new meaning to life, as he always did in its own story of delivery to the world.


Something new appears there, deep.

A seed planted in fertile soil of so much sun and rain and field.

A sacred intimacy with our own soul and with the requests of our heart.


From now on, we will continue to follow the signs, we will continue to bless the lives of others, we will continue to perceive the perfect moments in our daily lives that previously went unnoticed.



We will continue to listen to the voice of God and his messages in nature, in the people around us, in the sacred texts of those who have already awakened and in the mouths of poets.


Faith of feeling the earth under our feet and the sky above our heads and that when the rain falls, we know that this blessing in the form of drops takes everything that no longer belongs to us, making room for something else to emerge. us, making room for something else to emerge.

Gratitude Way to Santiago de Compostela.


We'll see you soon with another group of pilgrims and pilgrims.


Until then, buem camino!


Something new appears there, deep.



Shirayam

Soul Walk

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