Non-Dual Experiences for the Dual Pilgrim: from the Spanish Way of Saint James to the Japanese Kumano Kodo
The twinning of Sacred Paths is a new experience because of the possible synergy it creates. This article studies the twinning of the Way of Saint James in Spain with the Japanese Kumano Kodo. This twinning unites the pilgrimages, unites spirituality, unites nature, unites creation, unites culture, but in totally different contexts. From Western Christian culture we pass to Eastern Buddhist-Shintoist culture. The pilgrim acquires significant life experiences, Non-Dual experiences on both routes and is transformed, and thus accredited, as a dual pilgrim. Different spheres of the person will be affected: the perceptual sphere, emotional sphere, cognitive sphere, social, relational, cultural and natural sphere and spiritual sphere.
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"Non-Dual Experiences for the Dual Pilgrim: from the Spanish Way of Saint James to the Japanese Kumano Kodo,"
International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage:
6, Article 7.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/ijrtp/vol9/iss6/7