During a recent walk with my Charlotte Labyrinth Walks Meetup group, I noticed that one of the walkers did something unusual:  he entered the labyrinth and walked straight into the center, where he remained for quite a while.  He then walked out of the center, following the path outward.  Shortly thereafter, he turned around and, Read More

The labyrinth is a beautiful way to slow down.  Following a single path as it winds toward the center and back out, the mind gets usually becomes quieter.  Our pace often changes.  Whatever happens, we’re changed a bit for having walked. If you’ve never walked a labyrinth before, here are some resources to get you, Read More

I spend lots of time talking with people about what their best lives would look like.  On the surface they’re searching for things like a new career, or a new home, or a new relationship. Some want to write a book or build a new company.  Others want to volunteer for a worthy non-profit., Read More

“…walk with love and reverence.”  I love that. What could the world look like if we all walked with our divine selves in love and reverence, starting right now? What if we stopped creating straight-ahead, never-to-be-veered-from paths for ourselves and our thinking? What if we just accepted that our paths are sometimes narrow, sometimes crooked,, Read More