How to be a successful Pilgrim

 

 

Theory & Practice of pilgrimage

 

 

 

Understanding Pilgrimage

 Transforming one’s self from A to B

 

 

The Pilgrim as  Split Man

Victoria's Way, 
Mini Pilgrimage
Roundwood, IrelandWith regard to the religious pilgrimage, the colour (or composition) of the end state of a religious ‘self’ (or identity) is determined and controlled by the priest (in his interest). Since several hundred religious and n non-religious belief systems are still being indoctrinated and enforced today, several hundred colours (or compositions) are available as options. The basic principle of pilgrimage, namely the attainment of @1 status (i.e. B = true or truth = wholeness status), is the same for all pilgrimages, both religious and non-religious.

 

 

 

 

From:

Incomplete

Imperfect

Unsteady state

Uncertain

Unfulfilled

Unwhole,

Fragmented

Less than 100%

Relativised

Analogue

Realness @ less than 1

Confused (as many)

Disordered (@ + entropy)

Networked (connected)

Contact @ less than 1

Not logic (insane)

The Not-true (self )

Multiple response @ low (depressed) impact

 

Dissatisfying

Partial control

 

Unhappiness

 

 

The religious (i.e. Augustinian) view of the created (i.e. of the human)

 

Sinful

Un-righteous

 

Astasy

 

 

To:

Complete

Perfect

Steady state

Certain

Fulfilled

Whole,

@1

@100%

Quantised = absolutised

Digital

Absolutely real

Fused (as One)

Ordered (@ min. entropy)

Random/distributed

Contact @ 1

Logic (sane)

The True (self)

Single response @

maximum (elated) impact

 

Wholly satisfying

Total control

 

Happiness

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sinless

Righteous

 

Enstasy

 

 

 

New!!

 

The emotional response to successful pilgrimage ending is happiness (i.e. joy, bliss, rapture and so on).

 

 

 

“How to make and fake happiness”

by Victor Langheld

 

 

This new book explores the basic apps by means of which all 7 billion humans attain their personal fulfilment, hence the ending of their personal pilgrimage, be that religious or secular.

 

Happiness signals the attainment of freedom from or freedom to, hence the arrival at a personal sanctum that is free from sorrow and pain.

 

Understanding the message of this book will change the way you approach and proceed on your personal pilgrimage to your goal.

 

 

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Verbal commentaries

 

 

The why and wherefore of pilgrimage

 

 

The origin of the word ‘pilgrimage’

 

Home, the end of a pilgrimage

 

 

The end of pilgrimage

 

 

The 3 phases of pilgrimage

 

 

The driver of pilgrimage

 

 

Primary and secondary pilgrimage

 

External, internal, inner and core pilgrimages

 

 

The meanings of fulfilment

 

 

The meanings of ecstasy

 

 

Who is not a pilgrim?

 

 

 

 

Donation  

 

 

 

What’s a sanctuary?

 

 

Sanctum

 

Religious pilgrimage

under reconstruction

 

Understanding spirituality

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practicing   pilgrimage