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Signed by the Author.This is a true story about the spiritual journey of a woman who confronts her deepest fear: facing the truth about what was her purpose in life. After being suddenly downsized, Sue walked 780 kms across the north of Spain, alone in the winter, on a life-altering journey of self-discovery. She tells stories about the people and experiences she met along the way and how they contributed to her desire to have a love affair with herself. You will read about the albergues without heat or hot water, villagers who make meals for pilgrims and protect them from danger, a story about a dog named Bernie and ultimately a love story.With each step she took forward, she walked back to herself to discover that everything she needed was within her.My Camino is in development as a feature film with Item 7, Montreal, Canada.Also available in Spanish as Mi Camino.
Tras ver reducida su carrera en telecomunicaciones, Sue Kenney recorrió ochocientos kilómetros a pie, sola en pleno invierno, en el Camino de Santiago. Durante veintinueve días, se embarcó en una transformadora odisea que le otorgó muchos regalos y revelaciones. Esta historia narra el viaje espiritual de una mujer a través de sus miedos más profundos, en busca del verdadero propósito de su vida. Sue ha escrito un segundo libro, Confesiones de un peregrino, y dirigido un documental de larga duración, Las Peregrinas. Durante los últimos diez años ha estado guiando a grupos de peregrinos en el Camino, a menudo descalza o con sus zapatillas sin suelas de diseño propio conocidas como Barebottom Shoes.
Confessions of a Pilgrim more deeply explores the terrain of Sue first book, My Camino. She returns to the celebrated ancient pilgrimage path to walk 500 kilometers alone on the Portuguese Route. Prior to leaving, she is entrusted with a sacred Eagle Feather by a Native friend. Her mission, a result of a vivid dream, is to find a worthy recipient before returning home.
Produced by Stone by Stone Productions, Directed by Sue Kenney, Written and Produced by Bruce Pirrie, Translation and Associate Producer Mony Dojiji and Alberto Agrassi. One of the first documentary films in North America on this subject and the first that focusses only on women and their journey. Regular $20.00 Sale $15.00 5 Women walk for 12 days on the Camino. Follow their journey of self-discovery along this ancient path that has been walked by millions. The film was screened to 2000 people, on 5 continents and raised $16,000 for charity during the 3 day launch in November 2007.
The 12 Day Group will meet in Cacabellos, Spain (Near Ponferrada) on May 20, 2018, and start walking the next day for 10 days. We will arrive in Santiago on May 30, 2018. It’s best to fly into Madrid to arrive before noon and take a bus to Ponferrada. You can arrive a day early and enjoy the old city built around the Knights Templar Castle and then travel in the day by taxi to Cacabellos and meet up with the group. There is an evening workshop and Tapa Reception with Sue to review the plans for the Camino and the beginning of our journey. The next morning the group will begin walking from there.
- Prelude to a Journey
- Early Lessons
- Art of Self Love
- Bernie: A Legendary Dog of the Camino
- Stone by Stone
- Pilgrim's Blessing
- My Miracle on Cebreiro
- Camino Ends as the Journey Begins