The labyrinth is an ancient symbol now universally recognised as a tool to help find inner peace and greater self-awareness through contemplation; Explores the history of the labyrinth across people and time and its related traditions; Explains how to follow the path of the labyrinth and tune in to your inner needs, fears and dreams; Provides tools to help prepare yourself and others to journey on the labyrinth, either ritually or for fun; Learn to make your own labyrinth - from simple line drawings on paper to more ambitious projects with canvas, sand or stones
Table of Contents
Foreword How to use this book Introduction Chapter 1: Labyrinths: a universal symbol Chapter 2: Preparing the Ground Chapter 3: Journey of the Heart Chapter 4: Grounding in the Present Chapter 5: Creating Your Own Labyrinth Resources
Helen Raphael Sands developed her path with the labyrinth from her experiences as a teacher, poet, artist and dancer. She leads workshops, pilgrimages, walks and circle dances across Europe using a depiction of the Chartres labyrinth on canvas. Raphael Sands currently lives in London and works as a special needs teacher.