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Myth and History of Labyrinths. Design and create your own Pavement Labyrinth for under $10! © Kathy Doore for The Hopi Indians of North America had a symbol for Mother Earth known today as the "Classical Seven-Path Labyrinth.

Myth and History of Labyrinths. Design and create your own Pavement Labyrinth for under $10!

" It was this symbol of the Mother which identified the sacred in nature - that spiraling form found throughout nature. Labyrinths were woven into objects to personify man's connection to his source and were often placed at sacred places in nature to remind him of this union. When one walks the labyrinth it is in recreating this very ancient expression of thanks and remembrance of the divine in all things. Revelations Revelations from nature are a part of humankind's connection to the creative nature of the Universe.

Ancestors Our ancestors knew that the divine in nature was an extension of their own humanity and depended on this relationship to support their very existence. The Labyrinth is a beautiful form of this gifting process between man and his environment -- a precious spiraling pathway uniting us with our natural habitat. The Cathedral Shop at Saint Marks. Exploring the Labyrinth: A Guide for Healing and Spiritual Growth by Melissa Gayle West $15.95 Paperback Exploring the Labyrinth blends the timeless wisdom and meaning derived from labyrinths along with practical advice, divided among three sections: What is a labyrinth and why does it have such astonishing contemporary appeal?

The Cathedral Shop at Saint Marks

You'll be introduced to walking and working with this ancient archetype. Learn to construct a temporary or permanent, indoor or outdoor labyrinth from rocks, rope, canvas, and a wide variety of other materials. Discover specific ways to use the labyrinth for rituals, meaningful celebrations, spiritual growth, healing work, creativity enhancement, and goal setting. About Earth Symbols. What Are They?

About Earth Symbols

Earth Symbols is a company that creates sacred space in the form of small or large walkable earthworks, that are also spiritual symbols and unique interactive gardens. These earthworks are labyrinths, and other other complex geometric symbols, which are based on the first or archetypal patterns of Nature. They are similar to rose windows, medicine wheels, crop circles, and stone circles.

Earth sculptures are created with sunken paths and elevated earth mounds, which are the signatures of EARTH SYMBOLS. An earth symbol is an interactive art piece, that is walkable, allowing an individual to be inside the symbol, where you get a novel and more complete experience of it, as compared to viewing from the outside.

LABYRINTHS, EARTHWOKS & GEOMETRIC SYMBOLS. Blog. Links & Resources Labyrinth Websites Canvas Labyrinths Another great site about labyrinths.


Great source for canvas walking labyrinths of all sizes and kinds. Healing Reiki William Rand's site, honouring all Reiki traditions. Spirituality Science & Spirituality Bruce Lipton is a celebrated cell biologist who brings spirit into matter. Hypnosis & Personal Transformation Yoga. The Labyrinth. A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. El Rancho Merlita Ranch House Blog - Part 2. Labyrinth. Labyrinths have a history that reaches far back into ancient times.


They have been built by various cultures around the globe and seem to represent a universal pattern in human consciousness, regardless of the culture in which they were used. Labyrinths have long been used as meditation and prayer tools. Scandinavia, Crete, America, Sumeria, the British Isles, Italy, India, France, Egypt, and Iceland are a few of the places in which they have been found. They are still used in the sacred ceremonies of the Hopi and Papago tribes in Arizona, as well as by a growing number of people on all continents in this time of a changing millennium. Labyrinth Builders. Resources. Resources The Resources pages of the TLS website contain educational information to help you integrate labyrinths into your life.


Learn about, experience, and create labyrinths. ABOUT LABYRINTHS - Educational material and basic information. Labyrinth Types - A guide to the many kinds of labyrinths found all over the world. Sacred Geometry - Three different ways to relate Sacred Geometry to the labyrinth. EXPERIENCE LABYRINTHS - Opportunities to use labyrinths. 365 Club Daily Walkers - Learn how you can join people all over the world who have made the commitment to walk the labyrinth every day for a year!

Activities for Kids - This page has labyrinth information and activities created for young enthusiasts. Artline Project - This project is focused on building labyrinths along the 39th latitude. The Sacred Labyrinth ~ Ancient Meditation Tool. "Let the beauty you love be what you do.

The Sacred Labyrinth ~ Ancient Meditation Tool

There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the earth. " -Rumi Sacred Geometry buffs and friends, welcome! I would like to share with you the basic history and information on building your own labyrinth. Labyrinths have been around for over 4000 years and are found in just about every major religious tradition in the world. During the crusades, they were used to symbolically represent the pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Another more recent examples can be found at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco and Christ the King Lutheran Church in Torrence, California.

Many people make the mistake of thinking a labyrinth and a maze are the same. When you walk a labyrinth, you meander back and forth, turning 180 degrees each time you enter a different circuit. Myth and History of Labyrinths. Design and create your own Pavement Labyrinth for under $10!