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to make or go on a journey

to move along a particular course

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As I tried to pinpoint what I as a confirmed doubter have in common with these believers, I began to suspect it is the fact that we are all seekers and journeyers.
This is precisely the theologian's role: to show that ultimate meanings are ultimate exactly because they judge all else and that we all, Dogen included, can only point the way to ultimate truth, showing that we are all companion journeyers on the path.
This first section provides readers with insight into how persons are theologically formed by experiences inside and outside their formal education and training as scholars and/or as journeyers in the Christian tradition.
She loved to travel, and travel she did at times and in areas where British consuls warned even the most experienced male journeyers to cancel their plans.
As journeyers into the field, participant observers, and chroniclers, we have been involved in the development of organ transplantation, the artificial kidney, and the artificial heart throughout most of their contemporaneous medical and social history and for many years of our working lives.
This show is Part 2 of a series called “Mastering the Art of Shamanic Journeying” in which Pratt continues to explore the common mistakes, misconceptions, and false assumptions made by journeyers, and remedies to correct them.
She suggests that journeyers consider forming a journey group that meets regularly, perhaps twice a month, that will evolve into a community.
Our prayer is that after listening to a COJO(TM) CD, faith journeyers will feel the embrace of God, be lifted up and have had their milestone named, spoken and sung," explained Kauffman.
8221; titled “How to Craft a Good Question: Shamanic Journeying,” Pratt continues to explore the common mistakes, misconceptions, and false assumptions made by journeyers, and remedies to correct them.