Pilgrimage in Japan, A: The 33 Temples of Kannon Paperback – 25 May 2018
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This book demonstrates how ""sacred intent"" turns ordinary travel into the adventure of a pilgrimage. As the author and her sister visit each of 33 temples on a traditional pilgrimage route in Japan, we are drawn in by her vivid descriptions as if we had undertaken the journey ourselves. We are left enriched and curiously satisfied. It is rare to find a book about traditional pilgrimages in Japan. This book will serve as a valuable, practical guide to those with the courage and determination to undertake even a portion of this very special and sacred journey. --Jan Chozen Bays Roshi, author and Co-founder of Great Vow Zen Monastery
About the Author
Joan D. Stamm is an award-winning author and essayist, currently residing on Orcas Island, Washington where she co-founded Cold Mountain Hermitage, a Buddhist study and practice group. She holds an MFA in writing and multi-cultural literature from Bennington College.
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