"The journey for the pilgrim is always toward the Sacred." -A Sacred Journey
This deck of cards contains 31 Compass Cues to help you align with your True Self, God, and the movement of the Divine on your pilgrimage of faith. Meant to be chosen at random and revisited again and again as each season of your life unfolds, these questions can be used for prayer, journaling, conversation, and more as a compass for the journey and a guidebook for the soul.
Each deck comes in a muslin bag and is ready for gifting.
31 cards, 2.5x2.5" each • printed digitally on 100lb coated cardstock in Seattle, WA
ABOUT THE CREATOR
Your guide at A Sacred Journey, Lacy Clark Ellman holds a Masters degree in Theology and Culture and a certificate in Spiritual Direction and was selected as a New Contemplative by Spiritual Directors International in 2015. Professionally, she is a spiritual director, maker, and facilitator who speaks the language of pilgrimage and is always ready for the next adventure, having traveled to over twenty countries on four continents. Personally, she is a lover of food, books, spirituality, growing and making things, far-off places and lovely spaces. While traveling, you’ll find her wandering museums and markets, exploring cities by foot, and sampling local fare. At home in Seattle, WA, she loves to garden, take walks in the nearby forest, and go on armchair journeys through her favorite shows from across the pond.
“Lacy has created a gorgeous resource for pilgrims to prepare for, savor, and integrate their journeys to sacred places. Whether you are a long-time pilgrim or brand new to the practice, this guide will offer you many possibilities to bring more depth to your experience.”
—Christine Valters. Painter, PhD, REACE pilgrimage facilitator, founder of abbeyofthearts.com, and author of The Soul of a Pilgrim: Eight Practices for the Inner Journey.
“I cannot say enough wonderful things about the guidance and support Lacy provided me on my recent pilgrimage. Before my journey, I used her guide to clarify my intentions, develop resources for the journey, and select prayer companions to support me from home. Throughout my pilgrimage she offered continued support. Even though we worked long distance, her counseling and materials made it seem like we took each step together.”
—Marty Begalla. Pilgrim and participant from Knoxville, TN