Chartres!

Chartres is so much more than its labyrinth. It is devotion, community, tradition, and beauty, all woven into a glorious whole. The art throughout the cathedral is magnificent; each image  and treasure has its dedication[…]

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Weaving My Worlds Together

Sometimes synchronicity and grace weave a cosmic occurrence that manages to feel so completely personal that it affirms one’s place in the Universe. Today is World Labyrinth Day; people around the world are making it a point[…]

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Revisiting

Visiting Saffron Walden with a dear friend yesterday  gave me the chance to see the familiar labyrinth with fresh eyes and an open heart. We walk together following the old pathways, peace blows in the[…]

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Attention to the Path

Meandering paths crisscross the planet, always leading home to Self. One of the deepest gifts we can give in this world is our attention — our full, open-hearted attention. And yet, it can be a[…]

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Spring in our Steps

England seems to have lost its Spring this year, but my calendar tells me it is May despite the weather. My foot is healing, and today we are off on a long-awaited adventure. We will[…]

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A Little Labyrinth Magic

My ankle must be healing…. I am beginning to think clearly and care about things again. Last night as I was looking through the photos on Jeff’s camera, I found the one I’ve been wishing[…]

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Thanks for the Magic!

Magic doesn’t always happen of its own accord… sometimes a lot of behind-the-scenes commitment and hard work goes into its creation. And such was the case with last week’s Saffron Walden Maze Festival. Make no mistake,[…]

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Performance Art

To my mind, there is no doubt that the labyrinth symbol invites and thrives on creativity. As always seems to happen when labyrinth enthusiasts gather and scheme, the Saffron Walden Maze Festival grew beyond its[…]

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Running the Maze!

Saturday’s Knitted Maze at the Saffron Walden Maze Festival gave way to more traditional activities on Sunday. Having spent much of Saturday afternoon researching historical documents about the turf maze and the way it has[…]

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Maze Knitted!

It was a-maze-ing! I know that the Knitted Maze was only one of the attractions of Saffron Walden’s weeklong Maze Festival, and as a knitter I might be a bit biased… but I was profoundly[…]

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