In 2013, I had the opportunity to build a labyrinth on Martha Beck’s North Star Ranch in Central California.  With the help of some friends on her ranch, I laid out a pattern and my helpers and I laid stones we’d gathered from all over the ranch as well as the surrounding area.  I, Read More

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

Last week, I hosted a labyrinth walk in Austin, TX.  Twenty-two people made their way along the winding path of my portable labyrinth. Some were walking slowly, some backwards, some dancing, some twirling.  Some were crying, some were laughing.  All were moved during their pilgrimage in JW Grand Salon 3-4 at the JW Marriott, Read More