2015 Labyrinths

Take a look at Midwestern and Eastern Labyrinths. At first I thought I had walked and connected with only a few labyrinths in 2015.  Then, while selecting them, I realized the year was rich with experiences. Hover on each image for some information.

The farthest west was Nebraska and southeast was Knoxville, TN. North we roamed to the Twin Cities.  All kinds of weather from a broiling hot introduction to labyrinths at the OWAA conference in Knoxville to cold as we installed a stone lined labyrinth with
Denny and Lisa Gidlow Moriarty. A lovely contribution to my Pecha Kucha on Labyrinths at The Gathering at Waycross Retreat Center in Indiana, was the gift of feet from Clare Wilson of South Africa whose son, Sean captured the essence of her labyrinth with two entrances and a center for walkers to come together in reconciliation.  And the sweet, gifts from Teri Petrzalek, and Amy and Mark Ackman of hand crafted labyrinths.

So the memories revive with pictures and reflection.  A good year of connecting, reflecting and discerning.

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About marionpatterson

From the Heartland: Marion is a master educator, writer, Veriditas Trained and Certified Labyrinth Facilitator, creator and workshop promoter, and environmental educator. A Holy Fire II Usui and Holy Fire II Karuna Reiki Master Teacher, Healing Touch Spiritual Ministries Certified Practitioner (HTSM-CP), Advanced Integrated Energy Therapy practitioner she seeks to connect with others in their knowledge and spiritual quests. She leads Healing Talking Circles using the principles embraced by indigenous populations and in Restorative Justice Circles. She and her husband, Rich, co-own Winding Pathways LLC and live in Eastern Iowa. "Encouraging people to create wondrous yards." Go outside and Play!
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2 Responses to 2015 Labyrinths

  1. Twylla says:

    Hi Marion,
    I really enjoyed this posting of all the labyrinths you visited in 2015! Thanks for referencing my presentation, which you were SO helpful with. I, also, visited the one in Nebraska and interviewed the Sister who was instrumental in its creation. I love the painting of the fireflies, too!

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