An Invitation for you…

An Invitation for you…

Welcome to the Labyrinth Path to Light and Peace.  As artist and poet, teacher and founder of Living Labyrinths for Peace, I wish to share the heart of my gifts with your hearts.  I want to invite you on a Labyrinth Journey to the One Heart: a journey not of “Me” but of “We,” on the path of Life, Death and Rebirth. Finding a way to Peace Within yourself, leads to the Peace Among people, animals, nature and the universe.

You can find yourself in a labyrinth, but lose yourself in a maze.  While mazes have many paths, false starts, and dead ends, labyrinths have only one path to the center and back. Many find that the single meandering path slows the breathing, focuses the mind, and induces a peaceful state of being.  Research shows that labyrinths help us physically. They have been known to alleviate high blood pressure and such diseases as autism, dyslexia, and Parkinson’s. Psychologically, they help us to make decisions, resolve conflicts, and to help alleviate anxiety and PTSD by balancing the left and right hemispheres of the brain. In fact, labyrinths have been known to stimulate the pineal gland that connects to one’s higher self.

Today we are having a labyrinth Renaissance. Over 4000 years old and found worldwide, labyrinths are found in such places as churches and museums, schools and hospitals, seats of government and even in backyards.  Labyrinths are also found in the U.S. Capitol; where in the year 2000, I co-directed with Marilyn Larson, the first project of the International Labyrinth Society: a labyrinth walking demonstration for inner peace on the east lawn of the U.S. Capitol.

I invite you to explore the new book…I think you will love it!