Thinking Allowed: Walking a Sacred Path (Rev. Lauren Artress) (2001)
Explore this powerful spiritual tool and deep intuitive practice: the Labyrinth. Once a ubiquitous phenomenon, it was lost to the ages when we began mistrusting our intuition. The labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral in France has not been used for 200 years.
Reverend Lauren Artress, Canon for Special Ministries at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, founder and president of Veriditas an organization devoted to spiritual wholeness, and author of Walking A Sacred Pat, finds the labyrinth is enjoying a renewal in our modern lives for centering and walking meditation.
The opposite of a maze, which is designed to cause you to lose your way, a labyrinth is designed so that you can find your way. It comprises a sacred spiral, an intricate circle laid in careful stonework for you to follow attentively as your mind muses.