Miguel is Walking the 700 mile (1000 KM) Camino Via De La Plata from Seville in the South of Spain to Santaigo De Compestela in the North. His journey begins in Andalucia which is the province where his mother was born and ends in the province of Galicia which is where his father now lives. This Pilgrimage will commence Spring Equinox 2020

Each day I shall upload a short video blog (vlog) to my Miguel Dean Sacred Masculine  Facebook page.  I have no privacy options set on my Facebook so everything is available to the public regardless of whether you use Facebook or not.  You can join me and support my journey across Spain here: https://www.facebook.com/migueldeanauthor/?modal=admin_todo_tour

Why Am I Doing this Pilgrimage?

“The road to transformation is dependent on a bridge between genders, a benevolent bridge that celebrates our differences with respect and kindness. That work must begin with healing the rifts along the gender continuum, working hard to heal the collective heart until one day we can stand on a bridge across forever, hands held together, hearts open and alight, embracing the sacred masculine and divine feminine living at the heart of us all. I will meet you there.” ~ Jeff Brown


Unseen – Against Modern Slavery

I am fundraising to help cover some of my costs and for Unseen which is a UK charity against modern slavery.This charity desperately needs funds to help keep the Modern Slavery Helpline open. 50% of any donations go to Unseen. Your support is deeply appreciated. Click on the Go Fund Me Image below to contribute:




What is the charity Unseen all about?

At Unseen we are working towards a world without slavery…

It’s a big aim and a big task, but we believe we can do it. By concentrating our efforts on three main areas – supporting, equipping and influencing – we can start to tackle the issue in a way that really works.

Our specialist care is the first step in the fight against slavery. Through supporting survivors, our provision gives them a safe place to recover from trauma and rebuild their lives.

Our practices are researched thoroughly, enabling us to identify the key issues surrounding slavery and exploitation, and equipping ourselves and others with effective, targeted solutions.

We also recognise the importance of influencing the systems that keep slavery hidden. Tackling issues such as supply and demand are vital if we are going to eradicate slavery.

We hope that one day our work is no longer needed. That by working in partnership with communities, business, governments and other organisations we can stamp out slavery for good. But while there are victims of trafficking, we want to be here to offer them the safety, hope and choice they deserve.

Click  Unseen to find out more about the work

they are doing to eradicate modern slavery.

Elephant Journal Miguel Dean

You can read more about the intention and energy which has motivated me to embark on this journey here in my article published on Elephant Journal which is entitled: Healing Myself – Healing the Collective