Feature Article for the Labyrinth Community Network of Ontario
Take your time, pace yourself,
there are healing powers within and without.
Spontaneously, these words spring to mind like an ancestor chanting, as I walk the curves of a labyrinth on the side of a windswept hill. The stone-set triskele pattern that my partner and I designed recalls our Celtic origins, and fills me with the triple joys of heritage, our home in the Otonabee watershed, and the panoramic scenery stretching for miles in all directions. Accompanied by birdsong and sheltered by a green canopy, entering the labyrinth is to find a zone beyond normal time and space, where cares and worries are left behind. And however the magic works, I always leave the winding trail with a new feeling or direction, and sometimes, with the answer to a question I don’t remember asking. Read full article
The Labyrinth Community Network of Ontario (LCNO) is a collective who value the experience of walking or tracing diverse labyrinths. In our modern, often chaotic times, labyrinths provide an opportunity to step into an oasis of calm. Access the LCNO website for events, articles, resources, and directories for Ontario Labyrinths and Labyrinth Facilitators.