Labyrinths from the Outside In 2/E: Walking to Spiritual Insight_A Beginner's Guide (Walking Together, Finding the Way)
Rev. Donna Schaper
, Rev. Carole Ann Camp
, Rev. Carole Ann Camp, Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper, Rev. Dr. Carol Ann Camp
Number of pages: 208
The user-friendly, interfaith guide to making and using labyrinths―for meditation, prayer and celebration―updated, revised and expanded!
A labyrinth is a circuitous path that people have used as a form of prayer and meditation for thousands of years―a path that is being rediscovered as a spiritual tool in our own day. There are now thousands of labyrinths in North America, made of stone, cement, sunflowers, grass or canvas; indoors and outdoors; in Christian, Pagan and even nonreligious settings; and adaptable for use by people of all spiritual backgrounds. This guide explains how the labyrinth is a symbol that transcends traditions, and how walking its path brings us together.
Here is your entry to the fascinating history and philosophy of the labyrinth walk, with directions for making a labyrinth of your own or ﬁnding one in your area, and guidance on ways to use labyrinths creatively for:
Prayer • Stress reduction • Meditation • Commemorating personal or
family milestones • Faith rituals • Celebrations of all kinds
Labyrinths―a twenty-ﬁrst century method of approaching the sacred―are a spiritual practice more ancient than Stonehenge or the ruins of Troy. This practical and inspiring guide will help you to explore them.Rev. Donna Schaper, Rev. Carole Ann Camp, Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper, Rev. Dr. Carol Ann Camp
Forthcoming: Order it now. This product will be available on the 2013/04/15.