Pilgrim Stories from the Camino: A Conversation with Beebe Bahrami
Have you dreamed of walking the famous Camino de Santiago---of being a spiritual pilgrim? Or do you wonder why someone would ever do that? Now, I love to travel and to dive deeply into wherever I am exploring, but my guest today, Beebe Bahrami, is my heroine adventurer. Join me for today’s episode and find out why.
- Becoming a Pilgrim
- Rite of passage/Hero's Journey
- Being who you are without filters
- How trail magic shows up
- The sacred contract with the local people
- Historical significance of taking a pilgrimage
- Exploring the energy of the land
Colorado native Beebe Bahrami is an award-winning freelance writer and anthropologist widely published in travel, archaeology, outdoors and adventure, spiritual, food and wine, and cross-cultural topics. Her background in anthropology trained her in the cultures, languages, peoples, prehistory, and history of the Atlantic and Mediterranean worlds. She is the author of two recently released travel memoirs set in France, Café Oc—A Nomad’s Tales of Finding Home in the Dordogne of Southwestern France and Café Neandertal—Excavating the Past in One of Europe’s Most Ancient Places. She also has written several travel guides, including the just-released guidebook, Moon Camino de Santiago.
Beebe can be reached at: Beebe Bahrami
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