Ian McIntosh has a new book coming out that highlights “the potential of religious tourism and pilgrimage for promoting interfaith solidarity, natural dialogue, and inner peace.”
Ian Mcintosh, the creator of the Indianapolis Spiritual Trail, was very active at the 2019 Indy Festival of Faiths: he helped shape the Procession of Faiths and provided guidance on the Labyrinth. Ian explains what the Spiritual Trail is.
Shinrin-yoku or Forest Bathing was developed in Japan during the 1980s and is said to have become a cornerstone of preventive health care and healing in Japanese medicine.
The Interchurch Center is the starting point for one of Indianapolis’s hidden treasures, the Indy Spiritual Trail.
July 27th — A big thank you to Jim Duncan for leading the very inspiring (and calming) Qigong Walk this morning!
Prof. Ian McIntosh is one of the world's experts on pilgrimages and the creator of the Indy Spiritual Trail. That means he knows a lot about St. James.
Prof. Ian McIntosh files this report on the latest walk along the Indy Spiritual Trail
Jesse Kharbanda and Ian McIntosh tell us about May 18's hike.
Saturday May 18. At 9:00 am join pilgrimage maven Ian McIntosh for a walk along the Indianapolis Spiritual Trail to the Park of Laments.
Unitarians, IVY Tech international students, and enthusiasts of Camino de Santiago came together April 27th to walk and talk the Spiritual Trail.
April 27th -- Walk the Indianapolis Spiritual Trail with guides Ian Mcintosh and Jim Duncan. The walk will bring together a range of people from various congregations, including UUI, and international students from IUPUI.
While this spiritual walk does not guarantee you will enjoy all the following benefits overnight, you will learn some basic skills to reflect upon and record what you are grateful for. Practicing gratitude helps with ...