The pilgrimage unfolds in three simple parts, like a song: verse, chorus, verse. In the first verse you mostly listen to research, training, the blessings of supporters. Then, of course, you walk. And finally the second verse, when you sing. You report back to your supporters and friends—which might now include people met along the way—about your experiences, the people and places you witnessed, and what is happening to you.
Read: "Three Part Path: A Brief Guide to Making a Pilgrimage for the Purpose of Reforming Your Relationship to the Landscape" which has been re-printed in Issue 9 or the Journal of Radical Shimming (above).