Book Review: Lauren Artress, Walking a Sacred Path

Lauren Artress, Walking a Sacred Path (revised and updated).  2006. (194 pages) In reading about labyrinths, we should start with Lauren Artress, who is the driving force responsible for the modern revival of walking labyrinths both in churches and beyond churches. Lauren is trained and licensed as a psychotherapist as…

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Guidelines for Walking a Labyrinth

The labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in all religious traditions in various forms around the world.  By walking our replica of the Chartres labyrinth (laid on the floor of Chartres Cathedral around 1201), you are rediscovering a long forgotten Christian tradition.  The earliest labyrinth in a church…

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Labyrinth Resources on the Internet

The Labyrinth Societyhttps://labyrinthsociety.org Veriditas - the non-profit which has been a prime mover in the labyrinth movement:https://www.veriditas.org Labyrinth Locatorhttps://labyrinthlocator.com Lauren Artress’ websitehttps://www.laurenartress.com Jeff and Kimberly Saward’s website. They were co-founder’s of The Labyrinth Society. Jeff has written a number of books, and the website contains a wealth of information including…

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Finding a Labyrinth near You

In order to have a spiritual practice using a labyrinth regularly, you need to have access to a labyrinth.  The first preference is to find a labyrinth near where you live or work, to which you have reasonable access. The World-wide Labyrinth Locator is a collection of labyrinths which have…

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