Six minutes of meditative practice with a finger labyrinth and alternate nostril breathing. You will need a comfortable place to sit and a pen and paper. It can be done sitting at a table. Once you are familiar with how to construct your labyrinth you can make one from fabric, string, beads, pebbles or other… Continue reading Labyrinth Meditation
A love heart on the lawn for Beltane and World Labyrinth Day. It's quite amazing to think we have been physical distancing now for an eighth of 2020. Last time I saw any of my yoga students was at our labyrinth walk for the Spring Equinox. Now we are half way to Solstice.
Today is Mother's Day in the UK so I have been reflecting different aspects of the role of 'mother'. For 'mothering' is not just something done by women with children, but (in my opinion) something much broader. To a certain extent I believe we are all mothers some of the time (yep, men too). And… Continue reading Mother Earth Has Got Your Back
The unicursal (one path) labyrinth is an ancient symbol found across cultures and across time. It is the perfect way to go travelling when all other travel plans are cancelled! You just put one foot in front of the other and follow the path. It twists and turns in a disconcerting way, but you will… Continue reading Labyrinth Meditation