Monthly Archives: December 2012

Labyrinths and Reiki

The book from Sandi Ohlen, Way of the Winding Path: A Map for the Labyrinth of Life,” more eloquently connects what I have long thought and realized and only clumsily tried to put into words.  “Realizations don’t necessarily happen at … Continue reading

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Cold Labyrinth

Wow!  from rather mild temperatures to clearing skies and a steady NW breeze that cuts right through you, in just a few hours. The Laughing Labyrinth was not very funny today.  Pretty cold but “cool” to see different face of … Continue reading

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Lessons Under A Rising Gibbous Moon

King James Bible:  Isiah 40:3. “The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the LORD, make straight in the desert a highway for our God.” Wondering why I bothered, This verse repeated through my … Continue reading

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Bottleworks Under Snow

Managed to walk on top of the densely packed snow and create my own version of Bottleworks Labyrinth downtown before taking in Erin Owen’s talk at NewBo Books. Left a feather in “my center” of the labyrinth. Wonder what the … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice 2012

Clear. Crisp. Alpine glow just touching the tops of trees.  Still.  Snow clinging to trees, shrubs, wires.  The encrusted bell sounded a dull thunk, until I brushed off the snow, then a hollow gong.  Sort of how I felt initially.  … Continue reading

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Instruct

Oh, when I am in a super receptive mode….holy cow!  Last night I finally got up after tossing and turning, freezing and boiling,  and enduring images and colors floating across my mind’s eye.  Typed two messages to two people.  One … Continue reading

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Reflections in the Labyrinth

Also posted on Marion Patterson blog. The writing is not polished.  They are simply my rough notes. I decided to stay home late afternoon after day two of an invigorating and interesting workshop.  Initially, I felt pretty guilty of breaking … Continue reading

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